Make a Rocket Popper Cracker from a Cardboard Tube to Celebrate the New Year with a Fun Futuristic Activity for KidsFestive Rocket Popper Blaster made from a cardboard toilet paper roll tube is an easy, futuristic craft for kids. Fill this with confetti or feathers for a fun explosion of color. Ours is filled with colorful, recycled silk flowers from an old, recycled craft lei project. It's the perfect children's activity for New Year's Eve, VBS, a rocket theme Birthday, or a Fourth of July Party. Enjoy!
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|Futuristic Rocket Craft from recycled cardboard tube |
fun for New Year Celebrations.
How to make a rocket popper from a cardboard toilet roll tube:
Paint or decorate Toilet Tubes as desired. Set one tube aside. Cut second tube up middle, vertically. Fold over, and tape so it is slightly smaller than the other tube. Attach a large, craft stick to the outside of the smaller tube. Trace the larger tube onto construction paper, and cut out the circle. Glue paper circle with glue-stick to top of tube. Do not use hot glue! This needs to easily pop off.
Cut a strip of paper 2-3" wide and wrap around bottom of larger tube, attaching with glue stick or hot glue. Cut triangle shapes in paper to resemble the bottom of a rocket. Make a cone out of construction paper (measured to fit top of tube) attach with tape. Insert confetti, un-blown balloons, candy, or feathers into tube. Insert smaller tube on stick into base of larger tube.
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