The 4th of July is this weekend and, amidst the crazy fun of our vacation this week in Las Vegas, I am celebrating the holiday with the help of our own little firework explosion. We are taking the kids to see real fireworks for the first time! And I’m excited to introduce a new friend and contributor to the blog today, Marie-Laure. She created these firework explosion printables for us that can be used as cake toppers, favor tags, and all around fun 4th of July badges.
I’m thinking of sticking them on bunches of balloons for the kids to carry around so I don’t lose them on Saturday. Because holidays, and busy outdoor celebrations, and little kids – that combo makes this mom’s heart jump.
To make the printable 4th of July fireworks download the printable firework PDF.
Cut along the circles. The fireworks can be made into tags by punching a hole at the top of each tag and stringing it with twine. Tie them onto favor bags and fill with poppers, sparklers and confetti for a kid friendly party gift.
Instead of punching holes in the tags, turn them over and glue the backsides to lollipop sticks for a cake topper that will turn any treat into a fantastic 4th of July celebration.
PS. These would be most awesome topping our s’mores party cake for the 4th!
(Photography and graphics ©A Subtle Revelry by Marie-Laure).