Australia Day Jelly Cups


*Did you click here expecting to find a 4th of July recipe? Okay, I cheated a little. I’m in Australia and we celebrate ‘Australia Day’ in January. But we have the same colours on our flag as the US – we even have some white stars and red stripes! So I think this crafty recipe can travel abroad. Now, when is Bastille Day?….*

These are very simple to make, but you need to start preparing them 2 days in advance so that the jelly layers have time to set. I found the star sprinkles in IGA. The plastic shot cups can be found at party supplies or discount stores such as Red Dot.

Click here for recipe (Pdf)

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7 Responses to Australia Day Jelly Cups

  1. Emma says:

    Found you from dollar store crafts :)
    I was thinking with these jelly cups you could do them with green and yellow jelly :) Because green and gold is also very australian :)
    And I’m super excited to find an exciting australian craft website :)

  2. Carolyn says:

    They look fabulous. I don’t think we in Australia make enough fuss about Australia Day. I think next year, I’ll do more of these activities, as they are just as appropriate for us here in Australia. Thanks for the post.

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  4. I know you made this for Australia Day but it is so perfect for the 4th of July too; I had to share it! You’ve been featured this week on It’s Playtime: July 4th Edition. Thanks for sharing and don’t forget to grab a “featured” button :)

    Rachele @ Messy Kids

  5. Vanessa says:

    These look so cute! Love it!
    Thank you so much for linking to {nifty thrifty things} last week!
    I hope to see you again tomorrow!

  6. karen says:

    Thanks for sharing this at WorkShop Wednesday!

  7. Bronzi says:

    I like this recipe. I will make it for the fourth of july. Found you from blog hop. Can you follow me. THX

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