Are you guys getting excited for Independence Day?

Today I’m sharing a super fun way to serve your treats or ice cream

during your 4th of July celebration.

 

That’s right they look  like firecrackers

 

…but they actually have an explosion of sweetness inside!

 

We filled these 4th of July treat pops with white chocolate covered pretzels…

 

…and also with M&Ms but you can fill them up with anything really:  cupcakes, cookies, ice cream.

 

 

You’ll need…

treat pop containers – you can find them at WalMart;

patriotic  scrapbook paper, red card stock, red glitter poms

scissors, glue and staples.

 

Cut the paper 3.25″ x 6.25″ and glue it to the cylinder.

  
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1. For the top use a CD to trace a circle and mark the center of it.

2. Cut the circle and make an opening right to the center.

3. Roll it and staple it together.

4. Put hot glue around the lid and right away glue the top to it.

  
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You can decorate them if you want.

I added a glittered red pom to the end of it and silver string to make them look more festive.

 

To this one I also added some Washi Tape.

It is all about the red, white and blue decorations.

 

Festive and yummy!

 

 

I hope you like them… To decorate choose one of these 4th of July patriotic free printables.

You can find this one here.

 

…and this other one here.

4th of July Free Printable from the36thavenue.com Pin it now and print it later!

 

Also I love these decorations from my dear friends Amy and Jen.

Festive paper medallion free printable at Tatertots and Jello.

 

Super cute 4th of July soda bottle labels at The idea room.

 

I hope you enjoy all of these projects and our 4th of July treat idea.

 

We are almost there!

Have a beautiful day my friends… Love you to pieces.

Desiree

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8 Responses to 4th of July Firecracker Treat Pops

  1. Love your firecracker treat pops! I will actually be featuring them tomorrow on my 4th of July roundup :)
    ~Katie @ Upcycled Treasures

  2. Too cute! I love this idea. I am so going to have to try it out. =)

  3. I love this project Desiree! It i s so pretty and perfect! You are so creative! Wishing you a lovely weekend! Angie xo

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