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For the last 8 years we have had the prime viewing spot for the 4th of July Fireworks. In fact, people used to flock to our building from all around the county because it was their “secret spot.” It was so nice never having to go anywhere which meant that we could have an extra cocktail (or
Now that we have finally moved, we have no idea where to go. I’m thinking that we may be able to see some from our backyard, but not sure if we want to risk not being able to see them. However, the thought of driving on the 4th scares me to death! This will be the first year where we have a yard large enough for a party and we really want our guests to stay the whole evening and not have to rush off for fireworks!
The 4th of July is pretty much the only time of year that I make red velvet. It fits so perfectly with the iconic red, white and blue theme. Since cake decorating is not my forte, I turned to my favorite candy, Twizzlers Twists. They add such a cute finish! Not to mention, everyone loves eating them.
I unfortunately was not able to find the special 4th of July Twizzlers Pull N Peel at my local Walmart, so I had to buy 6 rainbow packs in order to get enough blue for the cake, so I turned to my best inspiration friend, Pinterest. Pinterest suggested I make a cute Twizzlers Twists wreathe and use the remainder in a vase for a flower bouquet. What would you do with extras?