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DIY Party Poppers

25 December 2012 2,914 views 5 Comments

by heather

DIY Party Poppers

Want to create some special party poppers for New Years' Eve (or any other special occasion that calls for a celebration)? Over at Homemade Simple, I am sharing instructions for how to make your own party poppers using toilet paper tubes. Fill these crackers with paper crowns for New Years' Eve, and throw in a few dollar store party favors for good measure. [how to make party poppers]

Project Materials:

  • Empty toilet paper or paper towel tubes, on hand
  • Tape (regular and double-sided), on hand or $1 each
  • Colorful tissue paper, on hand or $1
  • Confetti, small trinkets, toys and candy, $1 and up
  • Curling ribbon, on hand or $1
  • Patterned gift wrap, on hand

Total: $1 and up

p.s. I love crafting with toilet paper tubes! Here are 30 ideas for crafting with cardboard tubes!

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5 Comments »

  • Alex M said:

    I decided to bookmark this one because there are so many occasions throughout the year where these could be useful!

    Also, I was pleased to find out that we are both from Salem, Heather!
    2011 graduate from McKay!

    Alex

  • heather (author) said:

    Nice to meet you, Alex M! :) I went to high school in Portland, though!

  • JDaniel4's Mom said:

    JDaniel loves poppers. We will have to try yours.

  • Ways to Celebrate New Years Eve with Kids - Formula Mom | Texas Blogger said:

    [...] Toilet Paper Party Poppers – I have a cabinet full of toilet paper rolls that I think are going to get some use! [...]

  • Erin @ The Great Indoors said:

    Great and cheap idea! I bet these would be fun!

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