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My sister Ashlea loves nautical theme decor, jewelry, handbags etc. If it’s nautical she loves it! I had so much fun putting together a nautical Fourth of July theme party and it made me think of her the whole time I was putting it together. In my household, we are big fans of all things Twizzlers. My personal favorites are the Twizzlers Pull N Peels and the Rainbow Twizzlers. My boys love the traditional strawberry Twizzler Twists. I decided to add a fun buffet to our nautical party centered around treat ideas you can make with Twizzler products.
When hosting birthday parties and family gatherings I like to keep things simple. “Less Mess, Less Stress” is my motto when party planning. Adding simple details to your table is what really brings a party together. The pops of red and blue not only fit perfectly with my nautical theme but with a Fourth of July theme as well. I found these adorable texture red plates, napkins and my other supplies including the Twizzlers products at Walmart.
These little nautical knots are the perfect little favor for your guests plates and they couldn’t be easier to make.
All you will need is some Twizzler Pull N’ Peels. First you will pull two strings from the group and lay flat. Bring the right side over to the middle of your strings and create a small loop.
Take the top of top piece of the loop and place it behind the left hand piece.
Now take the bottom piece and string it through the loop. Carefully pull it it tight, adjusting the knot as needed until your form a knot.
I also added some fun sea creatures to the dessert table. You can find the tutorial for the Oreo Crab HERE. I decided to add some simple Twizzler Octopus that were also made with the Twizzler Pull N Peels.
Twizzler Pull N’ Peel
Melting Candy Wafers.
First take one cherry twist and cut it into thirds.
Carefully pull apart the cherry strings one by one but leave about 1/2 an inch left.
Melt your candy melting wafers according to the package instructions and use a small amount to adhere the eye to the top of the Twizzler Pull N’ Peel. Place in refrigerator for 3-5 minutes until chocolate hardens. Place on a pile of graham cracker crumbs for a fun way to display them.
I also put together a really quick grab and go snack of cereal, marshmallows, fish candy and Cherry Bites. You could also swap out the Cherry Bites for the traditional strawberry Twizzler Twists. You just need to cut them into small pieces and then add them to the mix. YUM!
This party was so fun to put together and the Twizzler treats were definitely my kids favorite part.
Do you like to plan Fourth of July parties? What’s your favorite part of the Fourth of July? I just LOVE the fireworks!
You can find all your needed Twizzler products to create these treats at your local Walmart. I found mine in the candy aisle and in the end cap!