We hope everyone had a great Father’s Day this weekend! Let us know how you celebrated with your dad in the comments below!
We’re back this week with more 4th of July posts! There are 3 more weeks to prepare for one of the nation’s biggest holidays of the year. Are you ready?
One way to start off 4th of July right is with a patriotic breakfast! In today’s post, we’re going to share our favorite USA themed breakfast pancake ideas to try.
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Via Rebecca J Carlson Blog
Via Real Mom Kitchen
Via Today’s Creative Blog
These look so delicious, they’d be fun to have all year long. What other 4th of July breakfast foods would you like us to feature? Let us know in the comments below! More 4th of July themed posts coming up soon!
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HomeSeasons would like to wish all fathers out there a Happy Father’s Day! If you’re celebrating with your dad this weekend, check out our Father’s Day round up with posts we made!
Awesome Father’s Day Cupcakes
Tie Inspired Gift Ideas for Dad
Father’s Day Gift Series: From Cards to T-shirts
Again, we hope everyone is having a fun time celebrating with family, and we’ll be back next week with more 4th of July themed posts!
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We’re always thinking of ways to DIY holiday decorations with items we carry, and today we found a project that is quick, easy, and fun to make for 4th of July. We’re going to share with you a DIY idea to make your own patriotic pennants!
All you need are red, white, and blue colored bandanas. Using these bandanas, you can make a fun patriotic pennant banner to hang up for 4th of July, or any other patriotic holiday. It really doesn’t get easier than this! Here are two ideas to try!
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4th of July Patriotic American Flag Bandana
All you need to make a similar American flag pennant banner are American Flag bandanas. We carry a 20″ American Flag bandana on HomeSeasons.com that would be perfect for this project! To make the pennant, fold the bandana at a diagonal from the corner with the stars. Tie it with another to make a long line of banner.
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Don’t have American flag bandanas? You can also use other types of bandanas in red, white, and blue, like this idea from Hoosier Homemade! Using the same tying method as the DIY idea above, alternate colors of red, white, and blue to make a different 4th of July pennant!
This is definitely one of the easiest ideas we have found for 4th of July, and also one of our favorites! We love using pennants for decorations because you can decorate a large area without spending a lot of money.
4th of July Patriotic Pennant Banner (24 ft)
We also carry a pre-made 4th of July pennant banner from HomeSeasons.com that is just as easy to use! It comes with 24 ft of large patriotic pennants that is perfect for indoors or outdoors. Check out our website for more 4th of July decor!
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My dad would pick a sweet treat over savory any day. When I was thinking of possible treats to make him for Father’s Day this year, it was quite an easy choice. Cupcakes, of course!
Honestly, he would’ve been fine with plain ‘ole vanilla cupcakes from a box, but since it’s Father’s Day, I wanted to surprise him with something a little bit more fancy. We looked up many Father’s Day inspired cupcake, and found a bunch of ideas that we thought would be fun to share with everyone. If you’re baking cupcakes for your dad this Father’s Day too, this post will be a fun one!
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Does your dad have a sweet tooth, as well? If so, cupcakes are a great idea to make for Father’s Day, especially if they look as fun as these ones! We’re definitely inspired to make some this weekend, what about you?
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