In the tradition of Saint Sparky:
fireworks for those needing adult supervision

Dislodged contents.
This contents display was inserted into each bag

Last year, for New Year's Eve I helped Saint Sparky bag up and hand out some of the fireworks left over from summer. New Years is, after all, the original and largest fireworks occasion on the planet. This year, in 2006, I have acquired enough fireworks to create Saint Sparky handout bags for the Fourth of July and for next New Years. The Fourth of July handout--featured here--is heavy on firecrackers and other fireworks easiest played with in warm weather. Saint Sparky has asked me to save most of the showering cones and colorful tubes for New Year's--easier to light and play with in the cold and more festive on a long winter's night.

Saint Sparky's helper bagging the fireworks.
Round and round we go.

The finished product.
This year Saint Sparky asked us to put the fireworks bags in brown paper sacks.

Front of ziplock.

Back of ziplock

The contents display.

© 2007