Party Tips for Your Fourth of July Celebration

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Get ready for the fireworks! Jeanne Benedict is at it again providing us with great ideas to throw the ultimate patriotic get-together. While Americans take the time to celebrate our country’s birthday, Flings Bins is helping families make their celebration truly sparkle.  Simple to set up, these bins will make your clean up at the end of your party quick.  You can make sure that you’re doing the most for our environment too, by having a Recycle Flings Bin close by for your guest to use too.

Fourth of July Party Planning Tips from Jeanne Benedict and Flings Bins

  • Pull menu items into the party décor to create a patriotic buffet. Elegant red, white and blue scrapbook paper is one of the easiest and most cost effective ways to accomplish this.
  • A decorative tower of patriotic-themed cupcakes, which can double as a centerpiece and a sweet treat for guests – can be easily created with boxes covered in scrapbook paper.  Add stylish cupcake wrappers made by wrapping pre-trimmed, patterened scrapbook paper around the base of cupcakes.
  • Dress up the food with patriotic touches such as mini American flag posts on hamburgers and paper cones made of stars and stripes scrapbook paper to hold sides, like chips.
  • Set out additional recycling and trash bins at the party so there are no unsightly overflowing cans and guests are reminded to separate recyclable items. Flings Pop-Up Trash and Recycling Bins are available in several stylish designs and are extremely strong and leak-proof.

Here’s another video Jeanne has prepared to bring some bang to your party.

Flings can be purchased at leading retailers across the country and online at  Buy one or two for a single occassion or puchase them in a package of 4 so that you always have one on hand.  These are so great for parties since they are attractive to leave out,and are simple to clean up and dispose of.  They can be used for every day though too, we keep a Recycle Flings Bin in our kitchen all the time, it’s wonderful for collecting all our plastics and paper in one place.

DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL CONNECTION:  I wrote this post as part of a blog campaign by JHS&A Public Relations on behalf of Flings Bins.  I received no compensation for posting the information above.  

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