If you don’t already have specific plans for them, you’re gonna love the next fireworks projects from Ned Gorski. They can all use your new Rubber Stars.
For Ned’s next act this week, he’s gonna show you how to make two different kindsa mines.
You know, “mines.” Think of a mine as an aerial shell full of stars that fires from the ground UP, vs. the other way around. Mines are fast, easy, and inexpensive to make. So, you can make a lot of them in time for your July 4th display.
Your audience will absolutely love them, and they make the perfect firework to be using your new Rainbow of Rubber Stars.
How about a mine “front” consisting of 30 mortar tubes, with ten different colors all fired at the same time? Or a color-changing palette of colors firing in sequence, one second apart, going from one side of the field to the other?
Slant your mine mortar tubes to the left and right, fire them at the same time and make them cross each other in the sky.
The possibilities are endless.
So watch your emails for this week’s brand new mines project.
If you’ve ever used mines in a fireworks display, tell us how you used them, and how they improved your display. Post a comment down below.