No July 4th holiday is complete without patriotic decorations. Martha Stewart has festive ideas for decorating your home as well as lots of ideas for creating festive red, white and blue desserts. All of the patterns for the crafts can be found on the Martha Stewart website.
Continue reading "July 4th Party Decorations" »
flag cake takes about 30 minutes to cook and yields 20 to 24
servings. This festive cake made with a cream cheese icing,
blueberries and strawberries will be a hit with friends and family at
your July 4th
Continue reading "Patriotic flag cake for July 4th celebration" »
With its day-long beach parties, afternoon parades, nightly concerts, and dazzling fireworks, July 4th isn't your everyday holiday. It's the birthday of the good ol' US of A, and everyone's invited to the countrywide party. Whether you're into paying tribute to American history or just enjoying traditional American summer pastimes, Sherman's Travel has created its list of the top places to celebrate July 4th. You'll find the obvious places for saluting the nation - like DC, Boston, and Philadelphia - as well as the unexpected. Look for coastal cities, offshore islands, an inland mountain, and . . . one of the finest ships afloat.
10. Washington DC
9. US Virgin Islands
8. San Juan Islands
7. San Diego
6. Queen Mary 2
4. Mount Rushmore
2. Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard
Continue reading "Top 10 Places to Celebrate July 4th" »
When preparing for your July 4th festivities, don't forget to dress your adorable dogs in patriotic collars and clothes to help them celebrate Independence Day too!
Sources: www.thepet-boutique.com; www.poshpetglamourboutique.com; www.trendypuppy.com
Guy Fieri's Fourth of July Cocktail is easy to make and so colorful! What a perfect way to beat the heat on July 4th!
Continue reading "All-American Cocktail" »