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by Casey Baudoin
For this Fourth of July, tuck the kids in bed, and head outside to enjoy the sunset with sparklers, a fun, summer drink, and some fruit topped dessert!
1. string lights 2. vintage flag 3. summer drink 4. sparklers 5. luminary candles 6. berry tart
June 25, 20138:54 am
I’ve tried doing luminary candles before. Only, we’ve cut out patterns and designs on the bags to add more feel. Thanks for sharing these ideas!
June 25, 20132:50 pm
I used to be afraid of sparklers when I was little, but no longer! I’m glad I like them now because they are so much fun.
June 25, 20135:45 pm
Gosh! I love this flag. Thanks for sharing!
June 25, 20136:15 pm
So lovely. I will be rummaging for mys strings of lights and will definitely make the strawberry lemon ice cubes. Any fun patriotic music you could suggest?
June 26, 20133:26 am
A wonderful treat indeed!
Becky Loose From The Zoo
June 26, 20137:33 am
This is perfect.
June 26, 20138:05 am
Simply lovely! The berry tart looks so delicious – I crave fruit desserts during the summer. I’ve been making lots of fruit galettes using this recipe lately: http://www.plinnovations.com/make-something-sweet-for-your-sweetie-whole-wheat-fruit-galette/
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