The great thing about throwing an Outer Space Party is that there are spheres-waiting-to-become-planets and cylinders-waiting-to-become-rockets everywhere! Gumballs, donut holes, paper lanterns and bouncy balls all become, you guessed it, planets. And soda bottles beckon to become rocket ships.
You will need: soda in glass bottles, silver tissue paper, washi tape or other tape, card stock
Directions: Get a soda bottle ready for blast-off with this diy rocket ship. Cut a length of silver tissue paper, a few inches tall. Fringe the bottom edge. Wrap around the bottom edge of the soda bottle and tape in place. Print out a cardstock bottle wrap (a little circle in the middle looks like a portal window). Wrap around the soda bottle, above the fringed silver paper. Then cut out a circle (a few inches in diameter), cut a slit from the outside edge to the center, and then overlap the cut edges (making a cone) and tape in place. Secure the cone to the bottle cap with tape. Done–ready for blast off!
Photography, design + styling by Kirstin Gentry.