Spice up your holiday celebration with these fun Fourth of July Firecracker Soda Pop bottles. This post contains affiliate links.
We’re hosting some friends for the Fourth this year. It’s the first time I’ve had the chance to host a celebration and the Fourth is my FAVORITE, so I want it to be just right. I’ve found that “just right” is often in the details…It’s the little things, right?
When Amy mentioned that she’d come up with an idea that for a fun Fourth of July Firecracker Soda Pop that could serve both as a menu item AND party decor, I knew it would be perfect for the event. I’m excited to share this simple project with you just in time for the Fourth!
Fourth of July Firecracker Soda Pop
Here’s what you will need to recreate this project…
You can remove the label from the soda bottles (eek – that’s a bit time-consuming), or you can simply measure the label and cover it up with a bit of patriotic paper. The patriotic paper we used is from Pebbles.
The bottle looks great already, doesn’t it?
Once the bottle label is covered up, it’s time to embellish the bottle using a bit more paper and our Happy Independence Day print and cut file.
Trim the paper up as desired and create a layered design with the paper scraps.
Aren’t they cute?