4th of July Confetti Poppers

I love confetti. It’s is all the rage right now and is so fun and festive. With the July 4th holiday coming up in the U.S. confetti is the perfect way for kids to celebrate without the risk of fireworks and sparklers.

We R 4th of July Confetti Poppers by Aly Dosdall

You can use the Candy Box Punch Board to make confetti poppers for any occasion or holiday. I made these red, white, and blue poppers and embellished them with dies, washi tape, and baker’s twine.

We R 4th of July Confetti Poppers by Aly Dosdall_close

I created jumbo confetti ( about 1”) easily using several small Punch Dies (Circle, Square, Star, Pennant) and some red, white, blue, and black papers from the Farmers Market collection. I added a small tag with basic instructions to open the popper and toss the confetti.

We R 4th of July Confetti Poppers by Aly Dosdall_confetti

Jumbo confetti is not only fun and different, but it’s easier to work with and clean up after the celebration. You could also die cut shapes from colorful crepe paper for lighter weight confetti.

Stay tuned for some more 4th of July inspiration this week!



Candy Box Punch Board
Farmer’s Market Paper Pack
Punch Dies (Circle, Square, Pennant, Star)
Tag It Kit
Washi Tape—Onyx
Sew Easy Baker’s Twine—Red

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