INSIDE: Cupcake Liner Fireworks Craft is a beautiful and creative craft for kids of all ages. Make colourful fireworks using cupcake liners to celebrate New Year’s Eve or the Fourth of July in the US or Canada Day in Canada!
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Cupcake Liner Fireworks for New Year’s Eve and Fourth of July
Gather your supplies.
Take a larger cupcake liner and flip it inside out so that the colourful design is on the inside. Cut slits along the sides of the cupcake liner to make it look like fireworks.
Take a smaller cupcake liner and do the same.
Take a sheet of black construction paper and glue down the cupcake liner fireworks. You can overlap them similar to the way real fireworks burst in the night sky.
This activity is good for kids 3 years and up. My kids are 3.5, 3.5, and 7 year old.
Supplies for Cupcake Liner Fireworks for New Year’s Eve and Fourth of July
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