DIY Firework Celebration Treat Cups

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With less than 2 weeks away from Fourth of July, we decided to add “Watch Firework show” to our Summer Bucket Listand we’ll be needing treat cups for that. It will be the last family holidays we will have before GUBbaby so I really wanted to make it special for our kiddos. I found where we will go and I’m bringing Firework Celebration Treat Cups filled with things to entertain them while we wait to enjoy the fireworks.


DIY Firework Celebration Treat Cups

I went shopping to the dollar section at our local Target (I love that section so hard). I was on a mission to find reusable cups, snacks, and things to keep the kids entertained because sometimes waiting for the show to begin takes a while if you want a good view.

I found these cool patriotic tumblers, glow in the dark whistles (I’ll probably hate myself later for that), mini bubble wands, and some mini flags. I also made a stop for these cool patriotic wrapped Hershey’s Kisses and Reese’s Miniature Cups and some nuts because they came in these cute mini packages.


Fill a Cup with Treats

I added everything into the cups until they were filled and they came out so cute! I love that they can also use the cup during the show (I plan to bring some drinks for us) but also that we can use them all summer long!

To make your own add small items that your kids will enjoy and don’t forget to shop around Dollar Tree and 99. cent stores also have great finds!


Does your family watch a Firework Show?

Be sure to pin this to your Fourth of July Board.

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