Bee Crafty Kids #16–Party Popper Art

Welcome to the 16th Bee Crafty Kids here at To the Moon and Back!
I’m Ashley, from Life with Moore Babies, and I am thrilled to be sharing here at Bee Crafty Kids!  Every year we buy fireworks, the only thing is we wait until after the July fourth! You see we always go to a professional display on the fourth, and we have found that fireworks going on sale significantly a couple days after while stands are attempting to reduce inventory. It is really not uncommon for us to have fireworks left over the next year. Such is the case with these little Champagne Party Poppers. These little guys were just sitting in a bag at Grandma’s for one or two or three (we really don’t know how many) years.
My kids enjoy these little party poppers and all the pretty papers that come out of them. But then we have paper all over and it has to be thrown away which sometimes causes meltdowns. So I came up with a way to keep them (a little longer at least).  I set the kids up with contact paper, sticky side out, on the easel. They were then instructed to shoot the party poppers at the easel. Viola! They stick! 

After they each had a turn. they tried doing one at the same time! 
After they had enough on each sheet, they took the time to rearrange them how they liked and then I placed a second sheet on contact paper on top.

Now they can hold onto their pretties or hang them on the wall or in the window or use them as place mats at the table!

A classic strong-willed child, Ashley, fulfilled her lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian in 2005; only to realize a new dream had formed, having a family with her husband (another strong-willed child). After much heartache, they were blessed with two daughters and a son, who are all proving to be just as spirited as their parents! Though she is still working part-time, she fills her days off with fun activities and lots of learning with her three kids. And this is where the blog comes in. Life with Moore Babies is where she documents the activities they do and the places they go in hopes that someone might be inspired to do some “fun learning” with their kids.You can find Ashley on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Google +.
Now it’s time for YOU to share what you and your children have been crafting!
Feel free to grab a button so others can find us and also take a moment to check out what crafty fun is going on at my co-host’s sites: Melanie @ Our Crafts ~N~ Things, Jolene @ Monsters Ed Homeschool Academy, and Selena @ Look! We’re Learning!

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  1. Oh that is so cool!!! I would never have thought of that 🙂

  2. haven’t seen one of those poppers in so long, i know my kids would love them

  3. Hello, thanks for the party. I posted it on my party page. I am following on Facebook and Pinterest. Also took a look around your Pinterest pages. 🙂 Gosh, a person could get lost in there and not get anything done. I’d love to have you stop over and link to What to do Weekends Party, also. Best wishes, Linda

  4. That looks like fun.

  5. This looks awesome!!! We would love it if you would link up at our linky party:
    Live every Wednesday to Sunday.
    Hosted by: Parrish @ Life with the Crust Cut Off Dana @ This Silly Girl’s Life
    We hope to see you there!

  6. This looks like so much fun! Stopped by from Pin Me link party and pinned!
    Corey from

  7. Wow, great idea! This would be so much fun to do with my son.

  8. What a fun idea!

  9. Super fun activity! Thanks for linking to my Pin Me Linky Party.

  10. Just popping over to let you know I’ve featured this on The Sunday Showcase:

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