Fireworks painted with a fork ~ Quick and Easy craft project for kids #July4th #USA

06/28/2016 4:00 am · 48 comments

by Sarah A Thrifty Mom

Fireworks made with a Fork and craft paint, quick and easy craft ideas for kids, 4th of July art projects #JULY4th, #fireworks, #KidCraftsMy kids are out of school, summer is here and they LOVE craft and art projects.  Today we made fireworks with a fork for a quick and easy craft project.  I know it sounds a little strange but they had a BALL doing it, and it kept them busy for well over an hour.  If you are looking for a fun patriotic craft idea for the 4th of July then you might want to give this idea a try.

Fireworks made with a Fork and craft paint, quick and easy craft ideas for kids, 4th of July art projects #JULY4th, #fireworks, #KidCraftsAll you need is:

A fork, plastic or metal, both work

A paper plate for the paint

Craft Paint

Paper

Fireworks made with a Fork and craft paint, quick and easy craft ideas for kids, 4th of July art projects #JULY4th, #fireworks, #KidCraftsStart with one color of paint, dip the back of the fork in and then “wipe” the back of the fork onto the paper.  Do this over and over and make a circle pattern.  Clean your fork off and then go to another color.  Do this over and over until you have used all the colors.  I used red white and blue but you could use any color.  They turn out rather pretty and appeal to a broad age group  my 4 year old and my 12 year old both had fun making these.

Fireworks made with a Fork and craft paint, quick and easy craft ideas for kids, 4th of July art projects #JULY4th, #fireworks, #KidCrafts

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Rosemary Long- Leon
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So cute!

Nicole Rago
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We did this last yr, and all the younger ones kept trying to eat the paint….thinking hmmmm fork to mouth, fork to mouth!!! Lol thanks girl!!! 🙂

Sarah Bender
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I’m doing this

Jamie O'Leary
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Nicole Rago cute

Kim Naumann
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Lindsey Hess

Karina Santos
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Beth

Debbee Marsh Tomczyk
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Sweet!!

Kimmie Baker Ortiz
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Debbee Marsh Tomczyk

Misty Nelson
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Cute !!

Robbie Hardesty
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Misty Nelson

Marilyn Meehan
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Thanks, Jess. Going to use this for sure.

Julie Arndt
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Emily Wright here’s another fireworks craft.

Jessica Meehan
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Marilyn Meehan easy activity for you today

Kimberly Hagan
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Chris Huey Garrison

Amanda Barr
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Alicia Garrett-Kenner

Laura Bishop Mabry
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Noelle Bishop these are cute

Vanessa Macias
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Kelli Wilcockson ck this out 🙂 xx

Michelle Davis
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Rachel Nelson
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Samantha

Brandi Hicks
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Lacey Zeiler
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Tonya Thomas this would be cute for the kids. 🙂

Amy Espinoza
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Oh I like that

Nora Bowen
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Check this out

Toni Myers Goff
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Kaycee Wolfsheimer

Candy Edwards Lovins
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Amber Oldham. Rosie Lovins. Brandi Lovins Guidry. Fun fun

Yuri Reyes
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Jasmine Franco

Brittney Burtsfield
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Jeremy N Anna Gonzales

A Thrifty Mom
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A Thrifty Mom
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Fun project to do with the kids this weekend

Craftspo
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Now it just needs some glitter for a bit of sparkle 🙂

Natasha Beverly Pratt
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Natasha Beverly Pratt

Kris Hinote Pierce Allison Brewer Schuler

A Thrifty Mom
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Thanks my kids had a blast making them

Cindy E. Williams
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Cute idea

Suzanna Marie
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Liss Ramirez

A Thrifty Mom
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SUPER easy to make….but fun

A Thrifty Mom
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A Thrifty Mom
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Oh that is a fun idea!

JoAnne Barrand
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You could decorate a picnic tablecloth.

Mandy Eberle Hall
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Kristi Schepmann Leckband

A Thrifty Mom
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Thanks, all 4 of my kids had fun making these

Makenzie Sue
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Rose Langwell
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Sue Langwell

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Chelsea Judd

A Thrifty Mom
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All you need is paint, fork and some paper 🙂

A Thrifty Mom
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My kids had a blast making these

Barbara Kennick Kane
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Super cute idea!

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