Independence Day – Firecracker – Firework Footprints – 4th of July Craft

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For Independence Day the 4th of July. My 4 year old and I made these colorful little firecracker – firework footprints!


  1. Paint the bottom of your child’s left foot with the red, white and blue paint. Stamp it on the canvas pointing toes down, leaving space at the top to add the pipe cleaners.
  2. Repeat with the right foot, stamped next to the left print. Cut
  3. Pipe cleaners to size you like.
  4. Hot glue pipe cleaners in place. 
  5. Write “Happy Independence Day” the “date” and “child’s name & age” in white crayon 

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  1. Madison K.

    Im gonna have to get me some of those sparkly silver and gold pipecleaners! Very cute idea and for some reason the red white and blue make me think of those popsicles 🙂

  2. Gloria Evans

    Love this. I wonder if it would look neat to add some gold glitter glue around it too?

  3. pearl

    Oh yay, I am so glad I found this right before the 4th of July!

    1. Hello Pearl, I am glad you found it too! Isn’t it a cute little craft?! 🙂

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