5 ways to make your Fourth of July party POP

Easy DIY projects that are festive and fun

HOUSTON – If you want to add a little sparkle to your Fourth of July party setup, you don't need a lot of time or money. 

Lifestyle expert, Cynthia Sutton, shares red, white and blue crafts, and the best part?  She says you can do it all in one day, and for under one hundred bucks.  


Tic-Tac-Toe Yard Game

Pro Tip: Paint the other side, and you can use it for another holiday.


Burlap Table Runner

Pro Tip: Pull out a thread, and you will have an easier time cutting a straight line.


Bandana Wreath

Pro Tip:  Take the wreath out of storage and hang it back up during Rodeo season.


Red, White & Blue Snack

Pro Tip:  Let the kids eat any leftover cereal you may have.


"Fireworks" Centerpiece

Pro Tip:  Use scrap pieces of wood and cupcake toppers to save on this festive centerpiece.  


To connect with Cynthia and for more information, click here.