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Love the bright lights and big noise of fireworks? Create a sparkling, colorful table runner and matching napkin rings.
Do you celebrate holidays with fireworks? Wouldn't it be fun to see the sparkles of light on your holiday table? Make this fireworks table runner and napkin rings. What a great picnic decoration!
With Crayola® Scissors, cut rolled craft paper longer than your table. Or use a plain paper tablecloth.
Use your imagination with Crayola Washable Markers. Create streaks of exploding fireworks. Cover the runner with cascades of light. Add Crayola Glitter Glue so your fireworks sparkle! Dry.
Cut sections of cardboard paper towel rolls for napkin rings. Color with markers.
On construction paper, draw smaller fireworks to decorate the napkin rings. Decorate with glitter glue. Dry.
Cut out the small fireworks pictures. Glue them on napkin rings with Crayola Glue Sticks. Fill with a Hallmark holiday napkin. Celebrate!
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