Happy (DIY) 4th of July!

Happy fourth of July!

If you live in the states and are celebrating July 4th with sparklers, fireworks, and maybe even a small party, I hope you have an awesome time! I’ll be spending the day catching up on work, doing a little bit of driving (we should be in Atlanta tomorrow for those following along), and hopefully squeeze in a couple of hours at Six Flags tomorrow evening.

For now, I am popping in to share a few last-minute holiday DIY ideas for Independence Day…

1. (above) Red, white, and blue cupcake topper idea (by Kristin Eldridge)

2. DIY Tie Dye Fourth of July Manicure (by Maegan at Love Maegan)

3. How to style a summertime picnic (by Chelsea Fuss for Project Wedding)

4. An easy way to reuse paint chips (by Rebekah at A Bit of Sunshine)

5. Security envelope sparklers (by Brianne at The Ravenna Girls)

P.S. I am driving cross-country this week and am documenting my trip. If you want to follow along, you can check out the hashtag #brittsroadtrip on twitter to get the scoop. Or follow me on Instagram (my Instagram username is brittnimehlhoff).

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Happy 4th to you too Maslinda.


i love the nails and the cute flags on the cupcakes!! really nice work!! Happy 4th July!!


Loved your project Brianne! So clever. 🙂 I’m going to have to make some. Happy 4th of July! Hope the fireworks in Seattle tonight are awesome.


Thanks for the linky! Great little round up, I love Rebekah’s banner from last year, meant to make it this year but ran out of time!


Happy 4th to you Little Empty Room and Kristen. By the way, I love that diy nail design too. One of my favorites.


Happy Fourth of July! I’m seriously loving those tie dye nails! That stars and stripes banner is so cute, even if you didn’t have pain chips, it would be cute with card stock.


I love the picnic table idea. Its so simple and beautiful.

Little empty room

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