Looking for a safe alternative to fireworks this 4th of July? Our DIY confetti poppers are a great way to keep kids entertained without the risk of danger. Plus, they’re super easy to recreate and double as party favors. Here, we show you how to make your own kid-friendly 4th of July poppers.
- Push-up pop containers
- Star-shaped confetti
- Confetti popper labels
- Double-sided tape
Step 1: Fill push-up pop containers with confetti.
Step 3: Cut out labels and affix to poppers using double-sided tape.
Step 4: Display poppers on a festive platter or arrange in personalized party pails like the ones found here, which were made using red tin buckets and chalkboard tags.
The 4th of July is a great time to experiment with DIY crafts. With kids out of school, they’ll be more than happy to take on a fun project like this.