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Pirate Party diy Hook To begin, stack three pieces of tin foil. Fold in the edges an inch or two (this takes care of any sharp foil and assists in holding the sheets together). Starting on an edge, roll the tin foil into a snake-like roll; squeeze tightly so it becomes creased and sturdy. Gently bend into a candy cane shape, creating a hook with extra length on the straight portion to form the handle. With the cup upside down, use a craft knife to slit an X.

Game/ craft. Pirate theme party ideas. Jake and The Neverland Pirates. DIY sword - maybe have the kids decorate their own at the party?

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Pirate Crafts - DIY Telescope

Idea for Investigation Destination VBS...Spy "glass" for kids • Paper cup (the bottom of the cup has to be bigger than a tp roll) • Toilet paper roll • Paint and brush • Construction paper • Scissors • Glue • Black marker

"Hook Toss" game for a pirate party *Website has lots of other pirate themed party ideas. Idea centered around Jake and the Never-land pirates!


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Birthday Party Ideas

display of fruit for pirate party, really cute idea to use tiny swords for fruit kabobs for pirate party

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Pirate Birthday Party

Pin the eye patch on the pirate game

Kids Pirate Birthday Party with pirate themed games #pirateparty #partygames #pirates

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{Part 2 of 2} Ahoy! Pirate Party Details

Perritos calientes para una fiesta pirata... Qué divertido! / Fun hotdogs for a pirate party!