I love the 4th of July. When we lived in Michigan we would host a huge 4th of July party every year. Relatives from my mom & dad's side along with my husband's family (about 40+ people) would come for the day/evening. Lunch, dinner, snacks, dessert, swimming, boating, fishing ... and then the fireworks. We lived on a lake and shot off our own fireworks along with several other homes. The fireworks seemed to get bigger and better every year. Competition was fierce, which side of the lake had the bigger/better fireworks? ... It all made the day very memorable.
Now that we're in Florida, we still enjoy a yearly party that includes lots of food and games with friends instead of family ... and no fireworks ~ unless we drive to the city park...which we've done.
What do you do for the 4th of July? Since it's a bit away yet, why not stop by the Doodle Pantry store and pick up a few Patriotic sets for your holiday invites and decorations. There's still time to enter the Ants In My Pantry Digital Challenge #6 if you use a digital image on your project (although we'd love for you to use a Doodle Pantry image).
I used USA Star for my card. The DSP is from my stash.
The sentiment is from Patriotic Sheep