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DIY Prize Punch

East Coast Mommy: DIY Prize Punch


smarties pick up (or do it with pom poms and prize for the most pom poms collected?)


Doughnut on a string party game! Too fun! @Toby Mayer Matson I thought of you for the next time the Dirks' come over!!!


punch out prize game attach containers to back that hold a small prize, cover with tissue paper. each child punches though a circle and gets the prize inside. picture could be anything - made to match patry theme! Good idea for the Easter Egg hunt

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Rainbow Punch Pinata

Rainbow Punch Pinata | Pinata alternative to swinging a bat around. Each kid gets a prize and great for rainbow birthday parties

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Monster Bean Bag Toss A colorful take on a carnival classic. Be sure to have prizes available for the lucky winners! Visit Crafty Carnival for the complete tutorial

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DIY Tutorial: Gummy Candy Skewers

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How to make fun floating jellyfish from paper lanterns! Our pictorial tutorial shows clever ways to make the tentacles from 5 different choices of materials.

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"Princess Putty" - a sparkly and fun DIY party favor

diY princess valentines | Princess Putty" - a sparkly and fun DIY party favor | Chickabug

One at a time, each guest at the party stood about 5 feet in front of the board and threw a dart at the balloons, trying to pop one. The balloon would pop, and the candy would explode, and the child got to run and grab all the candy from their balloon. The kids loved it, and even the littlest guys who were 4 and 5 years old could pop a balloon pretty easily.

Instead of a piñata everybody sticks there hand in a dot and pulls out whatever is in it! No more tackling over candy!