Easy Party Poppers Tutorial

Stephanie shares how to make Party Poppers with us today! This quick craft is perfect for your New Year’s Eve celebration tonight! Enjoy! -Linda

Making homemade party poppers is easy and fun! Include the kids, because they will love it and it can help them with fine motor skills. It can also help the process go much faster, and make them feel involved with the party!

party poppers tutorial

How to Make Party Poppers Tutorial

Party poppers are great for giving your guests at a party a fun surprise! Consider using them for your New Years party, a gender reveal party, or at an engagement/wedding celebration.

Supplies:

  • tissue paper
  • toilet paper rolls
  • washi tape or string/ribbon
  • candy and confetti

diy party poppers

Measure your tissue paper to be about 10-12 inches wide. Toilet paper rolls are about 4 inches long.

Lay your roll onto the tissue paper at one end and begin rolling.

Gather the end on one side, and twist.

how to make party poppers

Secure with washi tape or string, and fill the other end with the treats or confetti.

Small treats such as candies, confetti, printed messages, jokes, trinkets are all things that would fit.

Secure the second end with wahi tape and you are done!

When it is time to open them, grab both ends and pull hard! Kids will love being surprised with what things fly out!

party poppers made from toilet paper rolls

I love this idea for a gender reveal…fill the inside with boy or girl colors/message to surprise family and friends.

party popper

I hope you have fun making party poppers of your own!

 What crafts did you make for New Year’s Eve?

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Stephanie
I am a mom who loves photography, crafting and anything handmade! I blog about crafting with family in mind, throughout the home and kitchen. I enjoy spending time with family and getting creative.
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  1. 1

    Aaaw, I made some of these in middle school & forgot all about them! These are awesome. We’re going to be at someone ELSES house for new years this year, so these will be even more fun (since I won’t have to vacuum!) haha… that’s terrible, huh.

    happy new year!

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    joyce newcomer

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  3. 3

    These are so cute, and I love all of your different ideas. What a cute baby shower favor! And looks easy enough for the kids to help make. Thanks for sharing! Kari

  4. 4
    Meg Merkley

    My boys will love this for a party! I pinned the idea and am excited to make them!

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  6. 5

    These are so cool… my grand kids are going to love them and aslo helping me to make them. Thanks