How to Make Craft Stick Fireworks ArtJune 30, 2017 / byMelissa / Categories : Feeds
Independence Day is just around the corner! Craft Stick Fireworks Art is the perfect 4th of July craft for kids. It’s easy, sparkly, and fun!
Craft Sticks Fireworks Art
Are you excited to watch the fireworks with your kids? There is nothing better than watching their eyes widen with wonder at the magnificent colors, shapes, and sparkle of fireworks.
Bring the fireworks home with this easy and frugal 4th of July art project for kids! Using craft sticks to make fireworks art develops fine-motor skills with a beautiful end result.
To Make This Craft You Will Need
- wooden craft sticks
- paper plate
- black construction paper
Squirt several different colors of paint onto a paper plate.
Invite kids to dip the sides of their craft sticks into the paint.
Press the side of the craft stick onto the paper, creating a fireworks shape.
Sprinkle the paint with glitter while it is still wet.
Shake off excess glitter, then allow the painting to dry completely before hanging it up.
Isn’t it pretty? It’s fun to make in a variety of colors…especially red, white, and blue!
More Fourth of July Art for Kids
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