I'll be heading to Park City to watch rugby with my hubby. We'll probably BBQ, too.
I don't know about you, but I'm always looking for fun activities to do with my 2 year old. These firework pens from FAMILY FUN (dot) com are fun and pretty easy to assemble.
Celebrate the Fourth of July with these festive writing instruments
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Modern John Hancocks will enjoy signing their important documents with these jangly pens, whose starry arms are reminiscent of bursting fireworks.
- Wired star garland in various colors (available at craft and party stores)
- Duct tape
- Small jingle bells
For each, cut the wired star garland into nine pieces, each 6 to 8 inches long.
Trim the tinsel stars from the last inch of each piece. Line up the trimmed ends on the sticky side of a 1-1/2-inch length of duct tape. Leave 1/2 inch of tape free on each side, as shown.
Wrap the tape around the top of a pen. Slide small jingle bells onto the ends of the garland lengths, bending the tips around the bell loops to secure them. Splay the garland to resemble exploding fireworks.