With the Independence Day already upon us, we bet you're scrambling to get everything in order for your patriotic festivities. Of course, we're of the opinion that your party embellishments shouldn't cost a thing. So scroll below to find twelve free printable decorations that are sure to make this 4th of July the best one yet.
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These adorable medallions can used by to decorate almost anything! They certainly snaz up this delicious-looking beverage and will also add a little flair to hamburger wrappers and food containers. Photo by By Stephanie Lynn.
What a great idea! We love these twizzlers wrapped in flag-patterned paper. These festive wrappers would also look cute around red, white and blue paper napkins! Photo by By Stephanie Lynn.
These tiny flags are great for putting in desserts, fruit bowls, or as an accent to a holiday centerpiece. Photo by Nifty Thrifty Things.
We love this fun medallions. When added to little candy bags, they really make the perfect holiday party favors! But adding them to anything that needs a little decorating will do the trick. Photo by No Biggie.
Cheers! This straw decor is sure to put a smile on the face of your party guests (They definitely have us grinning). Photo by Twig And Thistle.
We can't think of a better way to decorate a matchbox then with these adorable printables. Hand them out (to responsible grownups!) at your party to light sparklers with. We love the medallions that will hold skewers, incense, or those sparklers we mentioned! Photo by Twig And Thistle.
These charming cupcake toppers add the perfect touch to these already festive treats. We love the fireworks one and the flag-patterned heart! Photo by Tweedle Dee Designs.
These mini-water bottles are perfect for gatherings and cute all their own, but adding these precious holiday labels make them even more party-appropriate! Photo by Tweedle Dee Designs.
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