Toilet Paper Roll Firework Paintings

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We spent an afternoon with paper and red, white, and blue paint,  inspired by the upcoming patriotic holiday to make some firework paintings.  We first started  out with a classic pipe cleaner print seen here.  Then we moved on to finding other ways to try and create firework paintings.  I decided to try a cut up toilet paper roll and see what happened.  My kids had a lot of fun painting like this.  It was easy to set up and I loved that we already had these materials on hand.  I just love how they turned out.
Toilet Paper Roll Firework Paintings

Toilet Paper Roll Firework Paintings

Toilet Paper Roll Firework Paintings

What we used:

toilet paper rolls

red, white, and blue finger paints

white cardstock

Toilet Paper Roll Firework Paintings


What we did:

I took the toilet paper roll and cut strips down the side with scissors. Then pressed down to fan them out.  They did not really stay out but when the kids got to pressing them to the paper it worked.

Toilet Paper Roll Firework Paintings

I put red, white, and blue paint on a paper plate.  Then I gave paper and the cut toilet paper rolls to the kids.  They dipped them in the paint and then pressed them down all over the paper.  I had hoped for a more “single” print but the collection of paint stamped on the paper looked amazing.  Bright and cheerful just like a night sky filled with fireworks.

Toilet Paper Roll Firework Paintings

Fun and easy to make Firework Paintings for kids.  Perfect for Memorial Day and 4th of July activities.

Toilet Paper Roll Firework Paintings
See more patriotic inspiration here:

Patriotic Activities and Crafts for Kids

Patriotic Activities and Crafts for Kids
 

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