Watch your guests light up as they receive their own pack of sparklers. Tuck a box on top of a napkin, then tie together with a colorful ribbon. Come dusk, watch as the party favors add a warm glow to your holiday. Be sure to gift sparklers to adults only—little hands can be easily burned by the flames.
Give 4th of July party favors that are both sentimental and practical. Set out buckets of cheap rubber flip-flops in hues of red, white, and blue for guests to grab as they leave. Bonus: Every time guests slide on their new sandals, they'll think of your exciting party.
Don't let guests show up to the fireworks show empty-handed. Decorate store-bought takeout boxes in red, white, and blue, then fill with popcorn mix. These DIY 4th of July party favors are sure to be a hit when the show starts.
These DIY coasters are a cute, inexpensive reminder of a fun day. To make, print Page 4 of our free 4th of July patterns on cardstock, then cut out the designs. Spray chipboard coasters with spray adhesive and press cutout designs to adhere. Spray with clear finish and let dry.
Kids will appreciate the effort once they receive their red, white, and blue party favors. Buy small tote bags—or decorate white paper sacks—and fill with sweet treats. The bags can also be used to collect candy and mementos during the 4th of July parade.
These holiday party favors are so simple to make. Print Pages 2 and 3 of our free 4th of July patterns on cardstock, cut out the designs, and use a crafts knife to cut slits along the white dotted lines. Slide four sparklers through the slits so the words show on top of the sparklers. Be sure to remove the sparklers from the paper holders before lighting.