Article: 4 Simple and Safe "Sparklers" for the 4th of July

I remember having these little hand held sparklers made on a metal wire that you lit when I was a child. It was fun. We probably have only had them once with our children and I don't think we were the ones to buy them. We watched our old town's the fire works from our bedroom for years. We tried going out one year but the traffic and parking was horrendous. It was much simpler just staying at home with a bunch of little ones.

This article shares some fun, kid safe sparklers that any child would love!

Do you do sparklers (homemade or otherwise) or fire works at home for the 4th of July? What will you do this year?…

8Theresa GouldChicago, Illinois
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    8Theresa Gould
    We are not doing much tomorrow but will be attending a corn boil on Sunday with a few other families, which should be fun!
    8Theresa Gould
    The sparklers in the article were craft ones out of paper, curly ribbon type things and pretzels. :)
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