Every birthday needs confetti! That’s like a law right? Well it is in our house! I love all kinds of confetti poppers and they’re super easy to find and cheap to pick up so that’s always a fine way to go (plus you can dress those up super festive with these free popper wrappers!) but this year I decided to make the confetti a little more interactive and personal and whipped up these super simple (and even cheaper than poppers!) confetti blower horns!
I’ve seen confetti wands (which I love) but these are even better because you can use any paper that matches your event and we’ve included a free pack of four cute and party-perfect digital papers for you for free! Featuring bright colors, glitter, scallops and confetti, use these papers for anything from these poppers to gift wrap to invitations to party hats!
You can hand these poppers out to guests and everyone can blow confetti all over the place! It’s like party horns except no annoying noise (win!) and then confetti everywhere (another win!) and then everyone can keep a cute little paper horn and fill it with candy from the party or make mini party hats from. So many possibilities! Click through for instructions and the free printable. And feel free to follow me around with these all day tomorrow :D
- copy paper //
- printer //
- template //
- free patterns (or use scrapbook paper) //
- scissors //
- glue stick //
- tissue paper //
- tape //
- confetti (foil works best) //
Grab the free papers here:
1. Print out patterns or use scrapbook paper.
2. Then re-insert the paper in your printer and print the template.
3. Cut it out then roll the cone up and tap it closed. Leave a hole in the bottom of your cone to blow in to.
4. I used a few different confettis to fill these with and one of those was the streamers from inside normal party poppers so I used the little cardboard circles from the poppers and placed them in the bottom of the cones so the confetti wouldn’t fall out the bottom.
5. stuff confetti (lightly) inside each cone.
6. Cut squares out of matching tissue paper (I trimmed the corners off as well but this isn’t necessary).
7. Glue around the edges of the tissue paper squares but just enough to stick it to the cones. Not too much or they won’t blow off.
8. Attach to cones!
When you’re ready, just blow! And watch confetti fall all over the place. Feel free to jump and clap.
Monique | WritingMonique says
Such a lovely idea! I really like them!
Thanks!! They’re so fun!!