Send your guests to the moon with these lively rockets. They make playful favor packages for an Independence Day bash or a child's summer birthday. And making them is a snap -- no rocket science required.
These cute favor packages are in the new July issue of Martha Stewart Living.
Perfect for a 4th of July party or any summer party for that matter!
|Martha Stewart Living, July 2011|
Tools and Materials:
- Rocket Crackers Clip Art
- 8 1/2-by-11-inch heavyweight paper, in Matte
- Double-sided tape
- 8-by-5 1/2-inch pieces of white tissue paper
- White twine
- Hot-glue gun
- American Starlights Candy (or any Red, White &/or Blue Candy)
Rocket Favor How To:
- Print the Rocket Crackers Clip Art onto heavyweight paper; cut out the shapes.
- Place the rectangular clip art blank side up. affix double-sided tape to 1 long edge. Fold a piece of tissue paper in half (so it measures 4 by 5 1/2 inches). Place the tissue fold at the bottom of the card stock, pressing it to the tape to secure.
- Roll the card stock and tissue into a tube, and secure with double-sided tape. Cinch the tissue at the bottom of the rocket, and tie it with twine.
- Roll fan-shaped clip art into a cone; secure with hot glue. Place candies inside rocket. Use hot glue to attach cone to body.