So I needed a fun little party favor for my daughter’s class party next week. I can’t believe it’s almost Halloween already! I had been trying think of some kind of craft that I could make into a party favor instead of some kind of food. That’s when I came up with a Make Your Own Jack-‘O-Lantern that I think turned out really cute and the kids will love making.
Snack size baggie
These are really easy to make, basically, you are just going to put all the supplies in a baggie for them to create during the party.
I started out by dividing one package of Crayola Model Magic into thirds. So you can make three out of one package. They also sell this in tubs so if you got a large tub you could do a bunch out of that.
The pipe cleaners will be the stems. I was able to cut four stems from one pipe cleaner to include.
Then I include a small square of black paper so they can cut out a Jack-‘O-Lantern mouth and nose. You could also do the eyes out of this if you don’t want to include google eyes.
To deliver them I took a large orange tub I found at Party City and added some fun curling ribbons and orange ribbons to make it looks fun and cute.
Supplies for Tub:
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