DIY Hanukkah Confetti Poppers

Confetti poppers are an exciting addition to a Hanukkah table setting. They’re a colorful, cheerful way of celebrating and pretty enough to use as table decor or give to guests as a party favor.

DIY Hanukkah Confetti Poppers

DIY Hanukkah Confetti Poppers

Confetti poppers are an exciting addition to a Hanukkah table setting. They’re a colorful, effervescent way of celebrating, and pretty enough to use as table decor.

Photo by: Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Materials Needed

  • 8 clear push-pop containers with snap lids
  • blue, silver and gold confetti, approximately 8 ounces total
  • push-pop stand (optional)
  • scissors
  • Hanukkah gift wrap
  • craft glue or double-sided tape

Prep Containers and Confetti

Assemble the pieces of the plastic push-pop containers according to the package directions. Pour each type of confetti out into separate bowls to make filling the containers easier.

Photo by: Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Fill the Push-Pop Containers

Remove lids from push-pop containers and place them on the stand, if using, to hold in place while they are being filled. Otherwise hold the container upright in one hand. Fill by hand with layers of the different assorted confetti all the way to the top of each container. Tip: Mylar confetti is prone to static cling and the pieces might stick together so you may need to fluff the confetti with your fingers as you fill the containers.

Photo by: Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Replace Lids

Once containers are filled, replace each push pop's lid securely.

Photo by: Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Cut Out Decorative Elements

Cut out an individual Star of David or other Hanukkah symbol from gift wrap, in a size that fits the lid of the confetti poppers.

Photo by: Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Attach Decorative Elements to Lids

Attach cut-out decorative pieces to the center of each confetti popper's lid with craft glue or double-sided tape. Tip: Hanukkah-themed stickers in a size that fits the lids can also be used.

Photo by: Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Place Finished Confetti Poppers on Stand

Place all confetti poppers on the push-pop stand until they are ready to be given to guests as a favor or added to the Hanukkah table as decor.

Photo by: Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Display Confetti Poppers on the Tabletop

Display confetti poppers along with Hanukkah-themed English crackers on your tabletop for guests to enjoy at the end of an evening meal during the Festival of Lights.

Photo by: Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Make Your Party Pop

Remove the confetti popper's lid. Hold the popper by the tube with one hand, and strongly tap the plunger from the bottom, sending confetti flying.

Photo by: Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

Heather Baird, SprinkleBakes.com

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