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Fireworks Painting with Forks

Fireworks Painting with Forks

July 2, 2021 Sarah Coggins

My daughter was so proud to bring home her fun fireworks painting during the last week of kindergarten. It really is a neat and simple craft perfect for celebrating the 4th of July! Just grab paints and a fork, and you’re ready to make this red, white, and blue artwork.

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Supplies

  • Red, White, and Blue Paints
  • Paint Tray or Paper Plate
  • Forks (plastic is fine if you don’t want to use your normal dinnerware)
  • Black Construction Paper


Instructions

Step 1 Pour a small amount of paint into a paint tray or paper plate.

Step 2 Dip your fork into one of the paint colors. Press the fork prongs to the paper to stamp the paint on. Dip into more paint as needed.

Step 3 Repeat previous step with each color. Until all 3 colors of paint have been used.

Fireworks Painting with Forks

Remember, there is no wrong way to complete your fireworks painting. You might spread out the stamped fork impressions like shown or perhaps form tighter circular shapes with them. Just have a fun creating your own unique fireworks!

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Sarah

Hi! I'm a DIY and craft obsessed mom to 2. I have my hands covered in sawdust or paint any given day. My husband and kids join me in many of our projects. When we aren't creating at home, we're creating memories in our many adventures. Join along! Read More

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