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Fireworks are a beloved spectacle for children during festive occasions like Diwali, New Year, and any celebration. However, kids can also find joy in creating their very own adorable fireworks.
Today, I’m excited to share three imaginative ideas that allow you to craft fantastic fireworks in just a matter of seconds using common household items.
Let’s dive right in!
Each of these crafts is made using black cardstock paper, with variations in the painting medium for each craft:
1. Q-Tip Painted Fireworks Craft
This craft is great for fine motor skills development!
– Washable paint
– Black cardstock paper (A5 size)
Start by sketching the outlines of the fireworks on the black cardstock paper. Then, dip a Q-tip into your chosen paint colours and stamp it along the drawn lines. Use a variety of colours to make your craft vibrant and colourful. Your artwork will be ready in no time!
2. Straw Painted Firework Craft
This is the simplest of the three firework crafts and yields beautiful results.
- Washable paint
- Black cardstock Sheet
For this craft, you can create fringes at one end of the straw and dip them into the paint. Press the painted end onto the black cardstock paper. Mix colours and create fun Fireworks art!
3. Salt Painted Firework Craft
This craft is particularly creative and creates a sparkling Firework!
- Black Cardstock
First, draw an outline on the paper and create lines using white glue. Then, sprinkle salt over the glued lines and let it dry. Once the salt is dry, start painting the salt using watercolours.
When painting, you don’t need to use a brush in the traditional sense; simply touch the salt with a wet brush, and the salt will absorb the colours, resulting in a sparkling firework with a burst of vibrant hues. Enjoy the mesmerizing effect!
Get ready for some artistic fun with these firework Crafts! Our Favorite is the straw-painted Firework craft! Which one would you try first?
For more Diwali Craft, check out 20+ Diwali Craft ideas for kids