Red, White and Blue Confetti Popper

Red, White & Blue Confetti Popper from Cupcakes and Crinoline

A Confetti Popper is so much fun.  I made this one with my little guy as Part of the Red, White and Blue Ultimate Roundup.  Check out all of the links below ~ over 100 bloggers came together to share crafts, recipes, projects and more to celebrate the 4th of July or any Holiday that requires a little Red, White and Blue!

How To Make a Confetti Popper

Supplies:

Confetti Popper #UltimateRedWhiteAndBlue water bottle

Empty Water Bottle

Scissors

Confetti Popper #UltimateRedWhiteAndBlue Fine Cut Confetti

Construction Paper

Balloon

Washi Tape 

Confetti Popper #UltimateRedWhiteAndBlue bottle cut

1.  Cut the top 2 1/2 to 3 inches from a clean plastic bottle. You will only need the top part for this project.

Confetti Popper #UltimateRedWhiteAndBlue with Washi Tape

 

Confetti Popper #UltimateRedWhiteAndBlue #WashiTapeOverRim

2.  Cover the cut edge with washi tape.

Confetti Popper #UltimateRedWhiteAndBlue #ConfettiPopper

3.  Stretch the mouth of a balloon over the bottle opening and pull it snugly as shown.  

4.  Cut construction paper into small pieces ~ smaller is better and place into the bottle top jiggling the confetti so that it fills the balloon.

Confetti Popper#UltimateRedWhiteAndBlue #ConfettiFlying

5.  Hold onto the bottleneck with one hand and pull down the very bottom of the balloon with the other ~ then let go to launch the confetti!


Sharing at:  Tidy Mom, Weekend Retreat, Link Party Palooza, Best of the Weekend, Inspire Me Monday

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Comments

  1. Great idea, Mary Beth! My boys would go nuts with these! :)
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  2. What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing on the Monday Funday Party!

  3. Such a fun project and he is just adorable!!!

  4. These are perfect for our family reunion in a few weeks. Thanks for sharing Mary Beth. You are awesome. Pinned :)
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  5. Hey Mary Beth,what a great idea and so fun! Just wanted to let you know it will be my featured fave at Cook it! Craft it! Share it! tonight at 8:30!
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