Here’s how to make your own:
- Red plastic cups (blue could work too)
- Patriotic ribbon with wire edges
- Duck Tape (red, white, or blue)
- scissors (small, very-pointed cuticle scissors work best)
- 1-2 Tissues (or similar – toilet paper, paper towel, etc)
- Something for the inside—popcorn kernels are what we used (and they sound great). Rocks, dry beans, dry pasta, etc. could all be used also.
Start by cutting 5 pieces of ribbon about 6 inches in length. Knot one end. Use the scissors to punch 5 holes in the bottom of the cup (1 in the center and 4 around that). Lace the open end of the ribbon up through the holes. Start covering the open end of the cup with the tape. Make sure the tape comes up over on to the cup just a bit (don’t worry too much about how it looks yet, you can cut the excess off later). Place a piece of tissue on to the stick part of the tape so that the noisemaker insides don’t stick to it. Continue taping across the cup mouth until you have just a small opening left. Place a handful of your chosen noisemakers inside. Then, tape shut. Cut the excess tape on the cup, making the edges look nicer (but still making sure you have about an 1/8” stuck well all the way around). Then, just shape the ribbons how you like and go play. The kids can have fun being loud with their fireworks noisemakers! In fact, the boys had enjoyed a lovely Nebraska evening, showing off their two new patriotic crafty creations – their red, white, & blue ombre tie dye shirts and these firecracker noisemakers! The noisemakers got put to the test and held up nicely! 🙂 Fun, huh?! Now…on to the awesome giveaway! With $200 you can craft/DIY up some serious fun of your own!
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$200 to Joannes oh the fun woul d have with that!
The shakers are great. Pretty ribbon you used.
I’d use 40% off scrapbooking products to make a 4th of July card
I’d use the 50% off select red white and blue savings coupon to get even more great supplies. 🙂
I would use the 40% off of one item coupon.
For home depot, I would use the save 50% of from the red, white and blue sale.
For JoAnns I would use the 40% off scrapbook supplies!
For Home Depot I would use the coupon off the red, white and blue.
40% off coupons are great
i’d check out all the after july 4th clearence items at home depot for sure
for jo ann i’d use the Save 40% Off One Regular Priced Item!
for home depot i’d use the Save 15% on select small appliances
always use the forty percent off,,,,always! love joanns
i just got an email coupon from home depot for $5 off…going to use it soon!
$200.00 gift card to Home Depot would be grand. I need to make a sand box for the grand kids and that would come in handy.
I would use the Shop the July 4th Sale for Incredible Deals Sitewide
or the 40% off coupon
I would use the Home Depot code for Free Shipping on most orders $45+ I would love that giftcard to Home Depot seeing as we are moving next year and we’ll need new curtains (being military we move to houses with all different window sizes). We also need to keep the icky Texas animals/insects away from my house!
What a super idea for the wee ones! xo
I’d use 40% off at Joann’s
I’d use Save 15% Off Select Small Appliances at Home Depot
I would use the Save 40% Off One Regular Priced Item
for the home depot I would use the Free Shipping to Store or Home on Over 300,000 Items
I would use the 40% off code : AE831
I would use the 30% off overstock for Home Depot
40% off one reg. price.
home depot..free shipping
I would use the 40% off one regular prices item, I always use these.
I would go for the free delivery from Home depo
The 40% off coupon is great.
I would use the 4 cent shipping on entire order coupon code from Joann’s.
I would use the 30% off of overstocked items at Home Depot.
I would LOVE to win $200 gift card to Joannes for my daughters to get fabrics for sewing projects!!!
I would use the 40% off one item coupon for fabric for my daughters to use for a sewing project(like shorts/dress or apron!)
I would probably use the 20% off overstock items for the Home Depot one…not too much I get from Home depot living in an apt but still love the store!
I’d use the Save 40% Off One Regular Priced Item to make a festive tablecloth.
I’d use the Save $5 Off 1-Gal Paint Cans & $20 Off 5-Gal Buckets so I could paint our kitchen.
sure could use the $200 Joann’s fabric for making quilts for my granddaughters loves the 50% off
From Joann’s I would use the free shipping coupon.
From Home Depot I would check out the 4th of July sale.
Thanks for the giveaway!
I would use the 40% off coupon for fabric.
@ Home Depot, I would definitely use the 15% off small appliances. We are in desperate need of a new toaster.
Ooh, Home Depot! Just what I would need! I would use the “Save $5 Off 1-Gal Paint Cans & $20 Off 5-Gal Buckets” for the kid’s room or our living room and possibly the 30% overstocked items to start some gardening projects with my daughter (she’s obsessed with planting things at the moment…).
Oh, and if I went with JoAnn’s, it would definitely be the 40% off a single item… I could use some creative storage ideas and a few new tools. 🙂
I would use the 40% off the regular price of one item.
I would use the Save $5 Off 1-Gal Paint Cans & $20 Off 5-Gal Buckets at home depot.