Let Freedom Ring: July 4th Parade of Treats

It's Bettijo and Aimée again from Paging Supermom to continue our "Let Freedom Ring" party for the Fourth of July. Let's take a look the cool toy instruments we used to create our harmonious tablescape.

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We stacked up four wooden Tambourines and hid an inverted clear glass inside as a pedestal for our "Let Freedom Ring" party sign (download here). A clear vase corrals plenty of Slide Whistles where they'll be on hand for any impromptu parades. Be sure to get your free coordinating "Let Freedom Ring" door sign here.

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We're sure party guests won't be able to resist thumping out a beat while they fill their plates with the goodies stacked on the red bongo drum. We hung a party punchable star with twine from the lid's handle for a ba-da-BOOM of color!

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That darling, red miniature piano is the perfect perch for classic apothecary jars filled with patriotic treats.

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A short stack of Tambourines, with a glass cup hidden, is a fun way to serve licorice. The colorful Accordion was the kids' favorite, and we couldn't keep it on the table. Every time we turned around a new child was marching around with it!

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Send guests home with a few musical instruments of their own. These shiny silver Harmonicas from Land of Nod will resonate even with adults. We love the old-fashioned look of the harmonica's box. Plus be sure to have plenty of the classic Kazoos for all the kids.

How to make July 4th Party Favors: We dressed up the party favors with Patriotic Party Punchables. Download and print the free template, cut out with a 2-inch scallop circle punch then hole punch and tie on. The free Printable USA Banner is up next. Be sure to check back tomorrow!

FREE PRINTABLES

"Let Freedom Ring" Party Sign

Patriotic Party Punchables

Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry, the amazing ladies from PagingSupermom.com.