I absolutely love party poppers! Who can resist the brightly colored confetti that spills out when you crack them open? And that loud crack is the best part; it surprises me every time, even when I’m expecting it!
So when I realized you can make your own party poppers, complete with cracker snaps (the things that make the loud bang when you pull them apart) I was SUPER excited! If you love party poppers too, check out this super simple video tutorial showing you exactly how to make them in under ten minutes!
They’re perfect for New Year’s, Christmas, Fourth Of July, birthday parties, graduation parties, or any fun celebration!
The coolest part about this project is that I teamed up with Take & Make to create a kit for these party poppers, which comes with all the materials you need to make eight confetti-filled party poppers! The kit even includes the cracker snaps, which is awesome, because I haven’t been able to find them at any craft stores near me!
Just click here to get your kit, then come back here and follow along with the step by step video tutorial to make your very own ornaments!
How To Make Confetti-Filled Party Poppers
Here’s what you need for these awesome party poppers. All of these supplies come in the craft kit:
- card stock paper
- confetti tissue paper
- curling ribbon
- confetti stars
- cracker snaps (these are the things that make the loud bang when you pull the party popper apart)
Ready to get started? I made a step by step tutorial video for you!
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If you love the idea of saving time and money with a pre-built craft kit that comes with everything you need to make awesome crafts, you’re going to love this next option! These party poppers are one of three craft kits and tutorial videos I’ve created with Take & Make, and Take & Make is offering a great price on a monthly subscription if you want to get all three craft kits! Check it out! (There’s also a discount code for the subscription kit! Use the code JESSI15 at checkout to get 15% off of the price of the subscription!)
I’ve already posted the tutorial for one of the other kits, North Pole Christmas ornaments here.
And for all my international friends, don’t worry, you’re not left out! You might not see an international shipping option on the Take & Make website, but just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before you place your order and they will get you hooked up!
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Disclosure: I partnered with Take & Make for this project and was compensated by them in exchange for creating this craft kit. But this craft is super awesome and some of these materials are hard to find, so having the option to have the supplies shipped to you is a win for you! All opinions in this post are 100% my own; I would never write a post about something I didn’t think was useful or interesting for you guys, and Practically Functional will only publish sponsored posts for companies or products I love and believe in!
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