Canada Day Fireworks

Create a Canada Day craft that is truly dynamite! Use a recycled cardboard tube to paint patriotic fireworks with Crayola Washable Kids’ Paint!

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Supplies:

  • Crayola Washable Kids’ Paint
  • Crayola School Glue
  • Paper Towel Roll
  • Scissors
  • Black Cardstock
  • String

CIY Staff Tips:

Steps:

1
Step 1

Take the paper towel roll and carefully cut it in half.

2
Step 2

Carefully cut the bottom half of each cardboard tube into thin strips all the way around the tube. Fan out the cut strips.

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Step 3

Pour out 3 colours of Crayola Washable Kids’ Paint onto 3 small paper plates. Dip the fanned cardboard tube into one of the paint colours and gently stamp the paint onto a sheet of black cardstock twice, creating two separate firework explosions.

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Step 4

Repeat the previous step to stamp the other colours onto the paper. Experiment with overlapping colours for interesting effects!

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Step 5

Once dry, cut out the two firework explosions to the same size.

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Step 6

Apply Crayola School Glue to the back of each piece of cardstock and place string for hanging the decoration on the back of one piece of the cardstock.

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Step 7

Sandwich the string between the two pieces of cardstock, with a colourful firework explosion displayed on each side.

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Step 8

Once dry you are ready to hang them at your Canada Day celebration!

  • Occasion:

    • Special Occasions,

    • Summer,

    • Canada Day

  • Age:

    • 6+,

    • 8+,

    • Tween+


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