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  • Victoria Johnson

    Halloween bowling using soda bottles and basketballs.

  • Betsy Jacobs

    Ghost bowling Halloween game

  • MSB Designs

    Creative Party Ideas by Cheryl: Halloween Party Games

  • Lori Wiggins

    Ghost Bowling Halloween Party Game: An HGTV-exclusive idea for kids' party planning. Materials and Tools: 10 empty 2-liter soda bottles with caps, sand, white craft paint or spray paint, black craft paint, 1 mini basketball, sponge brush, small detail paintbrush, permanent marker. Steps: 1. Remove labels from empty soda bottles and wash with soap and water. Allow to thoroughly dry. Paint 2-liter bottles and caps white with a sponge brush or white spray paint. 2. Fill bottles, about a quarter full, with sand. This will give weight to the bottles so they can better stand during game play. 3. Add a jack-o'-lantern face to the mini basketball and ghost eyes to the painted bottles with black paint and a small detail paint brush or permanent marker. 4. Set ghost pins up as they would be at a bowling alley and have fun knocking them down. This project is a great Halloween party activity, and kids can help create the bowling set before playing with it.

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