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  • Hillary Staring

    Pop Goes the Pumpkin- make a fun game out of this, all kids love popping balloons! Halloween party idea.

  • Sarah Becker

    Halloween Party Games. I did this for a birthday party in the shape of the green lantern sign. My problem was the tape did not keep the balloons on and alot of them fell to the floor. The kids had a great time popping them.

  • Megan Humphreys (Wheatley)

    Halloween Games: Pop Goes the Pumpkin. Put candy inside the balloons and have the kids throw darts. "This version of a classic carnival game also makes a festive wall decoration, and bursting the confetti-and-candy-filled balloons in this Halloween party game will make everyone explode with laughter."

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