Children’s Fireworks Arts and Crafts Competition!

bonfire night crafts - painted firework explosion

Bonfire Night is the perfect opportunity for you and your little ones to try some arts and crafts! The great news is we’ve turned it into a fun competition.

As you know we love encouraging your kids to get arty. There are no rules about what you and your children make for this competition, just as long as it is related to Bonfire Night, be that fireworks, rockets, bonfires or anything else you can think of!

Ideas For Bonfire Night Crafts

We’ve asked some lovely parents for their simple Bonfire Night crafts and ideas that you can do with your kids, read on for some easy inspiration . . .

Tip One – get your hands on some black paper or black card. 

bonfire night crafts - a picture of a paint splat rocket

With the help of an enthusiastic little person, we decorated this rocket. Depending on the age of your child, you might need to cut out the shape of the rocket.

Then they get to decorate it with fluorescent paint using brushes, fingers or another painting implement of their choice.

If you prefer to keep the mess to a minimum, mum Liz Tamplin suggests drawing fireworks on black paper or card using chalk.

Tip Two – be ready to try some experimental painting

There are lots of ideas around for firework painting. Take a look at this video from craft blogger School Runs and Shopping Trolleys it shows you how to try Firework Splatter Painting.

You could also try firework painting using straws just like this.

How To Enter Our Bonfire Night Crafts Competition

Once you and your child have made your craft, painting, or drawing, post a photo of it on the uni-ball Facebook page under the link to this blog post.

Good luck and please stay safe this Bonfire night!

Terms and Conditions

Share your family’s spectacular firework pictures or crafts and you could win 1 of 3 of our ‘Sparkling’ Ink pen packs!

UK residents only. 18 + to enter. The competition closes on Sunday 5th November at 11.59pm.

The winners will be selected at random and announced on Monday 6th November at 10am. This competition is in no way sponsored or endorsed by Facebook.

 

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