Create this super easy Fourth of July craft using your Cricut. I love the streamers and the pop of color it adds to this festive holiday.This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support.
I've been seeing these confetti poppers around for years and I've been wanting to make them for something special. What better time to have confetti poppers than the Fourth of July? This project takes less than 15 minutes and it's the perfect Fourth of July craft.I've joined up with other bloggers for Craft Lightning again and this months project is Fourth of July. That's the best thing about this project, nothing needs to be perfect and you can go as small or large in the confetti bits as you'd like. I found my metallic shred at Dollar Tree but if you don't have one, I've included the Amazon link below.
- Metallic Shred
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- Wilton Treat Pop holder
- printable vinyl
- Sticker design from Design Space
Mix all the metallic fringe together and place it into the treat holder. Add the lid on top and cut away any stray fringe. Adhere your sticker to the front and pass around for everyone to make the largest mess in history but also one they'll always remember. Follow this tutorial for the Print then Cut feature with the Cricut.To pop them you just push the stick hard and it'll spray all over. The less pressure you use then the less spray you'll get. Push hard to get that awesome effect for this Fourth of July craft.To see more easy Fourth of July craft ideas, check out the Craft Lighting. I always love seeing what other bloggers come up with. See what I've done in the past too!
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Angie Holden says
Brilliant! Thanks for joining!
I always love the Craft Lightning challenges. Thanks for putting them on! XX
I’m always looking for quick and easy crafts to do with the kids and this looks perfect!
They’re so fun to pop! Perfect for wild kids!
Sandra L Garth says
My grandkids are going to love this! Thank you for sharing with us at Celebrate Your Story, and I hope you’re having a great weekend.
Tiffany Haywood says
This is so fun!! I love crafts that are not only easy to make but fun to use!! Thanks so much for sharing this fun idea with us over at Turn It Up Tuesday!!
Fiona Cambouropoulos says
A great idea and it could be used for any occasion really #InspireMeMonday
What a fun patriotic craft idea! Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. We’re featuring this at today’s party. Hope to see you there!