Francis Scott Key penned the words to The Star Spangled Banner while witnessing an American flag flying proudly in the midst of firey explosions during the War of 1812.
I thought a little round-up of rocket-inspired crafts would be fun to enjoy as you and your Happy Home prepare for the 4th of July.
I am totally digging the metallic filler stuff bursting out of the back of this happy little rocket from Bic Mark-it.
Use up some of your recycled toilet paper rolls with these cheerfully painted rockets from Preschool Crafts for Kids.
Or how about this fun treat-filled version of the toilet paper roll rocket from Martha Stewart?
Tatertots and Jello crafted this awesome Red Hots and Blue Rocket Wreath for just $4!
These cool rockets blast from I Gotta Create and are made using a recycled Pringles can.
Yum! These healthy Patriotic Rocket Popsicles from Did Someone Say Party? look really out of this world.
Skip to My Lou offers a customizable FREE Printable to help you make the above candy-filled Rocket Party Favors.
Here is another great favor idea from Amanda’s Parties to Go using a FREE Printable and a package of Rolo candies.
Or leave one of these cute, easy-to-make Rockin’ Rocket Cups from Family Fun on a neighbor’s doorstep.
Serve up some Rocket Dogs from Family Fun at your 4th of July picnic.
Lotus Events shows you how to make a rocket using a Pool Noodle!
And, finally, this Rocket Cake from Parenting would be the perfect dessert to dine on while watching fireworks.
Have a blast this 4th of July!
Happy Rocket Craft-ing!