Build your kids’ excitement for Independence Day with these 4th of July fireworks crafts. They are simple and quick to make.
After decorating the house with a beautiful patriotic flower wreath or a painted stick flag, creating and wearing your own DIY patriotic shirt , let’s end the day with a few fireworks crafts – before going out to see watch the actual fireworks.
I used to dread the 4th of July fireworks when my boys were little. They would wake up in tears and I would have to spend a lot of time soothing my babies and trying to put them back to sleep.
Now, that they are older, the fireworks are the highlight of the day. They look forward to the sun going down so we can hop in the car and drive to the closest park to watch them. As fourth of July is coming up soon, I thought of putting together a nice collection of fireworks crafts for kids.
Fireworks crafts for kids
You will discover many different techniques to create the fireworks, from painting to using shaving cream. Have you ever used a toothbrush or a fork to paint? If not, you will get a chance now.
- Handprint fireworks | Avas Alphabet
- Painting fireworks with paper rolls | Happiness is Homemade
- Fireworks craft using straws | Crafty Morning
- Glitter and glue fireworks | Kids Activities Blog
- Painting fireworks with a dish wash | Mom Inspired Life
- Firework salt painting | Busy Mommy Media
- Cupcake liner fireworks craft | A Little Pinch of Perfect
- Drawing fireworks with wet chalk | Mamas like Me
- Painting fireworks with a fork | Crafty Morning
- Shaving cream fireworks| I Can Teach My Child
- Q-tip fireworks | Crafty Morning
- Painting fireworks using a toothbrush | Crafty Morning