Independence Day: Popular Parenting Pinterest Pin Picks


Red White and BlueJean Wreath

Independence Day, the Fourth of July, July 4th — Whatever you call the day, July is the federal holiday in the United States that commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776 that declared independence from England. For my Popular Parenting Pinterest Pin Picks of the week, here are my top pins inspired by Independence Day.

Popular Salad Pin

Red, white, and blue are the colors of Independence Day. Instead of the same old boring red, white, and blue salads that you usually serve, try the blueberry, strawberry, and jicama salad from Two Peas Their Pod this Fourth of July.

Blueberry, Strawberry, and Jicama Salsa

Popular Dessert Pin

A red velvet crust with a red, white, and blue cheesecake topping? Sweeten up your Independence Day with delicious and festive red, white, and blue cheesecake bars from Bless This Mess.

Red, White, and Blue Cheese Cake Bars

Popular Cake Pop Pin

Cake pops are always a popular addition to any holiday. For the Fourth of July, try the popular patriotic cake pops from Party City.

Patriotic Oreo Balls

Popular Drink Pin

Red, white, and blue drinks are a popular addition to any Fourth of July party. For a fun drink that is safe for the kiddos, try the patriotic drink made with cranberry juice, blue sports drink (or Kool-aid), citrus soda, and ice cubes from Food.

Patriotic Kiddie Drink

Popular Craft Pin

Wreaths are a popular craft and decoration for every holiday. For the Fourth of July, try the popular red, white, and blue jean wreath from Family Home Life.

Red White and BlueJean Wreath

Do you have a favorite Fourth of July pin? Share in the comments below.

Read more from Heather Johnson at The Parenting Patch.


Heather Johnson
Heather Johnson is a writer, librarian, linguist, wife, and mother. She earned a BA in English studies with a minor in creative writing from Illinois State University in May 2007, an MS in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in May 2009, and an MS in English studies with an emphasis in linguistics at Illinois State University in December 2011. Her websites include The Parenting Patch and Linguistics Girl.

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