Hand Over the July 4th Decorating to the Kids (Here's Why!) by Holly Budde

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7 years ago

Hand Over the July 4th Decorating to the Kids (Here's Why!)

Having a July 4th party this year? I found an easy and cheap way to show off our patriotism and have a festive party. I bought American flags in various sizes, each on a tiny wood stake. I gave them to my kids and told them they were in charge.

The kids placed them along the sidewalk, by the mailbox, in the flowerbeds and pots and a few along the back fence. The girls had a ball and my yard is showing our spirit. Add a few lights and an outdoor centerpiece and voila – you're ready for guests! Save the flags and other decor for Labor Day and Memorial Day celebrations, too!

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Toni B
Love it, Holly!
Meredith Schneider
Awesome idea Holly Budde ! Love delegating fun stuff for the kids to do. :)
Holly Budde
me too! Meredith Schneider keeps them involved w me plus less work for yours truly! Happy 4th to you !!
Elisa Schmitz
Such a wonderful idea to get the kids involved and let them have fun. You have the most fun and patriotic spirit, Holly Budde !

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