Fireworks Safety Tips + 4th of July Craft Ideas


Fireworks Safety Tips + 4th of July Craft Ideas

You can never know too many firework safety tips or have too many 4th of July craft ideas!


Fireworks Safety Tips  4th of July Craft Ideas
Fireworks Safety Tips 4th of July Craft Ideas

One of the best parts of celebrating the 4th of July is to set off fireworks or to watch the fireworks that your town displays. However, it can be really dangerous particularly if you have young children or people who just don't know what they're doing when they're lighting the fireworks. With our help, you will know all of the best Fireworks Safety Tips and you'll also have a collection of 4th of July craft ideas to keep your guests busy and having fun while still being safely out of the fireworks' way!

Fireworks aren't for everyone; they're loud, dangerous, and they also flash bright lights. If you'd rather spend your July 4th crafting, then we have a list of our ten best 4th of July crafts for you to make, so you can spend your holiday in crafting bliss. Everything is red, white, and blue, of course, so you can decorate your house for the holiday. Your guests won't believe that you made all of your decorations yourself because everything will look so great!

Fireworks Safety Tips


  1. A responsible adult should supervise all firework activities if you're setting them off at home. Never give fireworks to children. 

    Alcohol and fireworks don't mix well. Have a designated person light all of the fireworks and supervise the activity.

  2. Light one firework at a time and then quickly move away to a safe area. For extra safety, wear protective glasses when shooting fireworks.

    Never relight a "dud" firework. Wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water. You never know if it has an extra long fuse and will go off when you get close to it.

  3. Always have a bucket of water and a water hose nearby to put out any fireworks or charged fireworks.

    Dispose of used fireworks by wetting them down and place them in a metal trash can away from any building or combustible materials until a day has passed.

  4. Never point or throw fireworks at another person or building.
    Be aware of sparklers as well; they can burn hot enough to melt some metals which means they can also cause injuries.

  5. Avoid buying fireworks packaged in brown paper. This is often a sign that the fireworks were designed for professional displays and they could pose a danger to casual consumers.

Fourth of July Craft Ideas

Whether or not you light fireworks at your 4th of July party, it's still going to be a fun time. Make your party a complete success with the help of some of our patriotic crafts. These 4th of July party ideas are going to turn your home into a red, white, and blue masterpiece that will make the neighbors jealous. They won't believe that you made all of these patriotic decorations yourself!

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I know a few people I should probably print this list out for. Why do fireworks make people make such bad ideas. LOL

Maybe there's just something in our genetics that is from the cavemen who first discovered fire and we're just still fascinated by it haha


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