It is day 2 of patriotic Craft Lightning and today I thought I would share some BBQ party ideas. You can add this condiment holder to your buffet table and decorate it in minutes. All with a few supplies and the step by step instructions below. Backyard BBQ party ideas do not get much easier than this one! If you have missed any of the Craft Lightning fun, be sure to catch up with the ideas from day 1 and scroll to the bottom of this post for more great ideas.
Supplies for these backyard BBQ party ideas:
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- Mason Jars (4 pint-sized jars)
- Bandanas (in the colors of your choice)
- Rectangle Wood Container (the one I used is no longer sold but needs to fit 4 mason jars)
- Metal Rimmed White Tags
- Hot Glue and Glue Gun
Ideas for BBQ party decorations:
Start by cutting your bandanas into pieces. I cut each into four pieces then trimmed off the edges. Then cut those four squares into triangles as shown below. Just be sure that the long edge will wrap around the top of your mason jar before cutting.
Then add the cut triangles to the tops of your mason jars as shown below. Secure in place with hot glue. Mark your condiments with the metal wrapped tags. Write the contents of the jar on the tag with a marker before you tie around the neck.
Then you just place all of those jars inside the wood box as shown below. I am making these BBQ party ideas in a patriotic theme but you can mix and match the colors if you would like for other parties.
Then just fill each of the jars up with the condiments and add to your buffet table.
Backyard BBQ party ideas do not get much easier than this one!
Your guests will love these ideas for BBQ party decorations and you will love how easy they are to make! So, grab your supplies for these BBQ party ideas and get started today.
Want more quick and easy BBQ party ideas? Try the links below!
Turn a dollar store sign into a mason jar chalkboard in minutes like this one from Mad in Crafts.
Use your Cricut to make this little sparkler onesie from Doodle Craft.
Show your patriotic pride with this USA sign from One Project Closer.
A patriotic twine wrapped mason jar like this one from Our Crafty Mom may be just what your home decor needs.
Americana painted rocks like these from Me and My Inklings are a great way to craft with the kids this summer.
Want to throw a summer party? Don’t miss these patriotic party ideas from Organize and Decorate Everything.
So, use these BBQ party ideas or any of these other patriotic quick crafts to really light up your summer! Stay tuned as we have so many more patriotic craft ideas to show you this week.