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6 Collections of Free July 4th Printables for your Parties

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How are you celebrating July 4th next week? Well, if you need free July 4th party printables to use to decorate your parties, you are in luck! We've got six amazing collections with everything you could ever want to make your party sparkle: banners, cupcake toppers, invitations, paper chains, even sparkler holders.

Also, if you need inspiration and ideas for your party, check out these July 4th parties on our site!

FREE 4th of July Party Printables by Designs by Serendipity

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My daughter, Lainey, started camp this week, so summer is definitely in full swing! To help you get ready for your upcoming July 4th parties, we're giving away this collection of FREE "Let Freedom Ring" July 4th printables from Melanie at Designs by Serendipity.

The collection includes: cupcake toppers, cupcake wrappers, party signs, food cards, pennant flags (large and small), water bottle labels, straw flags, tags, and a "Happy 4th of July" banner.

DOWNLOAD THE HIGH RESOLUTION FILES FOR PRINTING HERE!

Here are the individual files...

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Thank you, Melanie! I love all the patriotic patterns you used!

To learn more about Melanie and see all of her designs, visit her Designs by Serendipity Etsy shop and check her out on Facebook and Twitter.

And for more inspiration, take a look at these incredible July 4th parties on our site!

FREE Patriotic Party Printables from Printabelle

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With Memorial Day and July 4th on the horizon, I wanted to give away some printables to help you celebrate this year. Michelle at Printabelle designed this fireworks set that will look fantastic at your parties and BBQs!

The collection includes: invitations, party circles, banner, mini candy bar wrappers, welcome sign, thank you and menu/place cards, treat toppers and water bottle labels.

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Here are the individual files...

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Thank you Michelle, for such a explosive collection! Sorry, I had to. :)

If you’d like any of these printables personalized, Michelle will do it for $3 per file! To learn more about Michelle and see all the printable collections, head to Printabelle and the Printabelle Facebook page.

FREE Oscar Party Printables from PartyChic

If you are thinking of throwing an Oscar party this year, wait until you see these free Oscar party printables PartyChic designed just for us... very Hollywood! Plus, it's even got a printable ballot so your guests can vote for their favorites!

The collection includes: invitations, cupcake toppers, tented cards, and a nominee ballot!

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For more inspiration, check out all these great Oscar parties on our site.

 

Subway Art and "I {Heart} my State" Art Prints for your 4th of July

I was sent these three pieces of July 4th subway art and thought they were so perfect for a July 4th buffet table, I couldn't wait to share them. Just print them out and place in a frame and... voila, instant decor.

This one is from Wanessa from WCC Designs and comes in two sizes. Download the 5x7 here. Download the 8x10 here.

This one is from Laura at Eye Candy Event Details and is 8x10. Download it here.

This one is from Carol from Partylicious Events and is 11x14. Download it here.

Also, Wanessa created these amazing 8x10 "I {Heart} My State" art printables to download and display at your celebrations. Here are some of my favorite states:

Aren't these fantastic?! For the entire collection and to download the file for your state, head to her blog, Wanessa Carolina Creations.

Also, if you need any last minute July 4th party ideas, we've got them, and if you need more July 4th decorations, check out all our free printables collections.

Recipes and Tips for Throwing a Fantastic July 4th!

TIP 1 -- I had to start with the most mouth-watering dish... pulled pork sandwiches with Asian slaw. Since our grill still isn't hooked up, I wanted to come up with an alternative to typical July 4th BBQ food that was equally fun and equally delicious. That's why I thought of pulled pork! Who doesn't like pulled pork?! :)

You will find the recipes at the end of the post. The pork and slaw are both very easy to make, but the pork does take 6-8 hours to cook, so plan ahead if you're considering it.

TIP 2 -- Another recommendation for July 4th is to serve some delicious red, white, and blue strawberry shortcake. I posted this recipe a few months ago. It is so light and fresh and simple to make.

My tip is to set it up as a strawberry shortcake bar, putting out the cakes, whipped cream, and fruit separately, and letting your guests create their own.

TIP 3 -- For centerpieces I have two ideas. My first is candy skewers. I used wooden skewers, picked out red, white, and blue candies at the local candy store, and had a lot of fun putting them together.

My daughter went nuts over these and almost came to tears when I told her she couldn't eat them until I took pictures.

The second idea is to buy some red, white, and blue flowers and arrange them in simple vases or tin cans. I don't like my flowers to look too styled, so I used a simple cylindrical vase and made them look like fresh picked wildflowers (by placing them at varied heights and using lots of green leaves) rather than flowers I bought at the grocery store. :)

TIP 4 -- Anyone who knows our site knows what a huge fan I am of free party printables. That's why we give so many away.

For those of you who don't know, party printables are files you download, print, cut out, and use to decorate. You can really get creative with them, and you can never run out because you can always print more.

Take a look at the 6 full collections of July 4th party printables we're giving away this year! There's bound to be a style that speaks to you.

So those are my tips for throwing a fantastic 4th, and as promised, here are the pulled pork and Asian slaw recipes:

PULLED PORK

Ingredients:

  • 1 bone-in pork butt (6 to 8 pounds)
  • 1/3 cup kosher salt
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons paprika
  • 2 teaspoons chili powder
  • 1 tablespoon dry mustard
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder

Directions:

Prepare the rub by mixing together the brown sugar, salt, paprika, chili powder, garlic powder, and dry mustard.

Cut through the fat on the top of the shoulder in a 1 inch crosshatch pattern. Cut through the fat, but try not to cut into the meat.

Rub the mixed seasoning on the entire shoulder and into the cuts on the top.

Wrap tightly in plastic wrap and put in the refrigerator over night (at least 12 hours). We put ours on a cookie sheet to catch any drippings.

When you are ready to cook, preheat the oven to 325 degrees and lower the rack to its lowest position.

Unwrap the shoulder, and wipe of any excess rub off that hasn't been absorbed into the meat. Place the shoulder on a greased rack in a roasting pan with 3-4 cups of water in the bottom to keep the drippings from burning.

You can baste the shoulder a few times with the liquid during the cooking process. We refilled the water once about half way through.

Cook until the internal temp is at least 190 degrees. If you take it out too soon, the meat won't be tender. A probe thermometer is very helpful as the cooking time can vary depending on the size of the shoulder and the over. Our 7lb. shoulder took 8 hours to reach 190 degrees.

Here it is right out of the oven.

Let the shoulder rest for an hour, then use two forks to pull it apart. It should shred easily.

SPICY ASIAN SLAW

Ingredients:

Slaw

  • 2 cups napa cabbage (about half a head)
  • 2 cups radicchio (about half a head)
  • 1 grated carrot
  • 1/4 cup chopped cilantro
  • 1/2 cup chopped green onion
  • 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds
Dressing
  • 2 teaspoons dry Chinese or English (Coleman's) mustard
  • 1/4 cup rice wine vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoons light sesame oil
  • 2 tablespoons peanut oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon chili oil
  • Salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper

Directions:

Quarter the cabbage and radicchio, and cut out the hearts. Slice thinly and mix with the onions, cilantro, and carrots.

Mix together the dressing ingredients.

Add the dressing to the chopped vegetables.

Toss with the sesame seeds to taste.

And here's the final product again... Yum!!

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Need a Super Easy July 4th Centerpiece?

Well, I just made this one in about ten minutes with some free printables from the HP Summer Celebration newsletter. I love these mini paper flags. I can think of so many uses for them.

I also made this cool retro garland. It makes me think of an old-fashioned couty fair.

And finally, I printed out this mad-libs-type sheet about July 4th for my daughter to fill out with her friends, great for a quick family-friendly party activity.

The HP Summer Celebration newsletter has tons of great summer entertaining ideas, free printables, recipes, crafts, and photo tips. It's definitely worth a look!

FREE July 4th Printables from WCC Designs

Wanessa from WCC Designs has been very busy lately. :) Not only did she design our set of FREE Canada Day printables, but she also designed this FREE collection of "Independence Day" July 4th printables. If you want something a little more modern, less traditional for your BBQ, this is the set for you.

The collection includes: drink wraps, mini party logos, party logos, blank tent cards, pendant banner, and cupcake wraps.

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Take a look at how fun these are...

Thank you, Wanessa, for your playful designs.

To learn more about Wanessa and see more of her designs, please visit her blog, Facebook pageand Etsy shop.

For more July 4th inspiration, check out these Independence Day parties.

FREE July 4th Party Printables from Frog Prince Paperie

Paula from Frog Prince Paperie is not only a superstar designer, but has been a friend since the beginning of Catch My Party. You can only imagine how excited I was when she agreed to design a set of July 4th printables exclusively for us! Thank you, Paula.

This "Celebrate America" vintage collection includes: 2" party circles, 4" party circles, tented cards, straw flags, an 8x10" welcome sign, favor tags, and my personal favorite... paper chains to add a fun touch to your decor.

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Take a look...

How super cute are these paper chains...

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Straw flags...

Tented cards...

Paula, thanks again, I love the "Americana" feel of this collection!

To learn more about Paula and see all of her fantastic designs, check out Frog Prince Paperie.

 

FREE July 4th Printables from Sarah Hope Designs

Woo hoo! July 4th, one of my favorite holidays, is in a little over two weeks!

I'm excited to be giving away our first set of free July 4th printables. This "Liberty" collection was designed by Yulia at Sarah Hope Designs and makes me love what our country stands for!

The collection includes: cupcake toppers, tented cards, a party sign, patterned paper, water bottle wrappers, cupcake wrappers, mini food/straw flags, napkin rings, mini cake/food banner, and mini candy bar wrappers.

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Take a look at how festive...

Thanks, Yulia, for another great collection. The fireworks and Lady Liberty are my favorite parts.

To learn more about Yulia and see all of her designs, visit her at Sarah Hope Designs.

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