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Who’s ready for a fun 4th of July holiday weekend? Today I’m sharing a fun July 4th Party Kit that you can use in your backyard BBQs or take it on the go! I think it would be especially fun to bring camping! I’ve put together a fun package that adults and kids will both enjoy that just happens to be all of my favorite things to have on hand for 4th of July! You really can’t go wrong with sparklers and s’mores!
July 4th Party Kit
- Party Tin
- Glow Sticks
- S’mores supplies (graham crackers, chocolate bars and marshmallows)
- S’mores sticks (I bought mine at Target but you can get them on Amazon too!)
- Soda (how cute are these mini Coca-Cola cans)
- Photo Prop Printables
- Treat Bags (these are from Target) Inside:
- Red, white and blue candies
These printable photo props are a fun way to snap photos for the holiday! Print your 4th of July Photo Props here!
Let’s talk about the print and cut feature on Cricut. I absolutely LOVE IT! However, with all things technical, I needed to get my bearings with it first. I’ll give you my tips on how I made these stars for the July 4th Party Kit!
- Cricut Explore
- Cricut Sticker Paper
- My Printer
- This printable (you can load this image into Cricut Design software and resize as needed)
It really is truly easy to just print from your computer then feed it into the Cricut. Your Cricut will scan for the print lines and will know where to cut! I loaded the image above into the software and sized it just right for my treat bags. I then set them to print and cut on the software and had fun sticker stars in minutes!
Tips for using the Cricut Print and Cut feature:
- Make sure you are feeding your paper in the right way as this will vary for different printers.
- Do a test page before printing.
- Let your printer know it should print highest quality and that it is a photo. For some reason, it wouldn’t print correctly without me marking this on my HP.
- Be sure that the bleed checkbox is marked before you print as well as the custom dial being set to sticker paper on the Cricut and in the software.
- The sticker paper is heavy, be sure to use a Cricut mat with good adhesive on it.
If you don’t have a Cricut, check out my Cricut tips and tutorials!
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