These DIY confetti poppers are a fun quick and easy 4th of July craft for kids and adults alike (and they’re perfect for New Year’s Eve, too!). Launch confetti high up into the air with a satisfying “POP!”
The weather is heating up, and 4th of July will be here before you know it! These easy DIY confetti poppers make a fun and safe alternative to sparklers – perfect for no-burn areas and younger kiddos! We made our confetti poppers for 4th of July, but they’re also great for New Year’s Eve, weddings, birthday parties, and more! DIY confetti poppers are an easy way to jazz up your next celebration!
How to Make DIY Confetti Poppers
What You’ll Need:
- 9″ Balloons
- Empty Toilet Paper Tubes
- Packing Tape
- For Decorating – patterned paper, stickers, glitter, etc.
- For DIY Confetti – metallic tissue paper and/or gift bag filler and Fringe Scissors OR Pre-Made Patriotic Confetti
Use patterned paper, stickers, markers, glitter, etc. to decorate the tubes. For these tubes, we simply wrapped them with 4th of July scrapbook paper, secured the paper with tape, and added a few star sticker embellishments.
They’re SO much fun!
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