Fireworks Bracelets for the Fourth of July


Fireworks Bracelets

When you attend a Fourth of July parade, picnic, or firework show, you must dress the part. These red, white and blue fireworks bracelets are just the thing to show your patriotic spirit. Your kids will love making them too.

Fireworks Bracelets 

Fireworks Bracelets Supplies:

  • 1/4″ clear PVC vinyl tubing
  • 3/8″ clear PVC vinyl tubing
  • Painter’s tape
  • Different color glitter
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Optional: Ribbon to cover the connecting tube

Step 1: Measure your wrist. Cut the ¼” tubing to the length of your wrist measurement. Cut a ½ inch piece of the 3/8” tubing. This is your connector piece.

Step 2:  Cover one of the ends of the ¼” tubing with painter’s tape. Insert the funnel in the opposite end.

Fireworks Bracelets

Step 3: Carefully pour glitter into the funnel.

Step 4: When you are done adding glitter, take the 3/8” of tubing and put a ring of glue around the inside.  Slowly insert the ¼ tube into the 3/8.  Carefully remove the tape from the other end and insert into the connector.

Fireworks Bracelets

Step 5. Optional: Tie a bow around the connector.

Step 6: Wear your bracelets on the Fourth of July!

Fireworks Bracelets


  1. Great idea! I see the vinyl tubing at Home Depot and Lowe’s but I can’t find the connectors. Suggestions?

  2. Hi Linder- step 1 has you cut a a ½ inch piece of the 3/8” tubing. This is your connector piece. I hope you enjoy making the bracelets!

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