It’s 4th of July week for us here in the States. A time for picnics and barbecues, fireworks and family, and all things red, white, and blue.
You all know by now that I am a big fan of all the holidays, and rarely let one go by without a little seasonal home decorating. Today I wanted to share one of my DIY home decor projects with you, 3D paper firecrackers. And if you are on Photo Play Paper’s email list, you would have received all the how-to’s for constructing these in your inbox last week. If not, keep reading for more details on that.
Photo Play’s Red, White, & Blue collection is perfect for creating that vintage Americana look that I love so well. I kept the vintage style going with a bit of ruffled crepe paper and lots of shabby brown ink around the edges. Reminds me of old paper ornaments and decorations from years gone by.
I am always happy to find projects that require very few supplies, and better yet, can be made from things you already have on hand. These paper firecrackers are super simple, and that’s a big plus, too. And they are easy enough to make in bulk to dress up a holiday table or give away as party favors… even last minute as it is.
The key to these is strong adhesive! Score-tape or red-line tape, and lots of hot glue. If you missed out on the directions, and would like to give these a try, you can download the complete instructions HERE.
Thanks so much for stopping by, friends. Hope you have a wonderful week! Any big holiday plans for the 4th?
The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:
White Crepe Paper
Wooden Chopsticks, Skewers, or Sticks
White Acrylic Paint