Celebrate the 4th of July with these Rocket Confetti Poppers!
I had some left over cake pop holders from a NYE post I did several years ago. Figured I could do something cute to revive them for 4th of July!
This is an easy holiday craft that requires no cutting machine!
Supplies to make Rocket Confetti Poppers
- Cake pop holders
- Scrapbook paper
- Hot glue gun
- Washi tape (optional)
These rockets are similar to the ones I used to create the Firecracker Rag Wreath. You can use that tutorial to make candy filled rockets!
Start by wrapping the cake pop holder with scrapbook paper. I measure the length of the holder and then cut a strip of scrapbook paper that wide. Attach to cake pop holder with washi tape or hot glue.
Wrap the strip of scrapbook paper and secure with washi tape or hot glue.
To make the pointy rocket top, cut a circle out of scrapbook paper. Four inches seemed to be the perfect size.
After you cut out the scrapbook paper circles, cut a slit from the edge of the circle to the middle of the circle. Pull the edge around and glue in place.
Add hot glue to the lid of the cake pop holder and attach the cone you created from your scrapbook circles.
Fill the cake pop holder with confetti and secure shut with cone/lid.
These Rocket Confetti poppers are so much fun! Plus they are little kid safe and mom approved!
If you don’t have cake pop holders, use empty toilet paper rolls! You can create the push mechanism with a kabob skewer and piece of cardboard! Get creative!
If you make these Rocket Confetti Poppers, hop over to our Facebook page and share a pic! I love seeing your creativity through your eyes!