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Here is a hot party tip for you. Bobbing for apples is really kind of grows, but what are you supposed to do when it comes to having fun holiday party games? Well, I'll tell you, what you are supposed to do. You are supposed to makeup your own ghost bowling, one of my favorites and the way we do this is, we use a few 2 liter bottles and a basketball. Now first, you want to gather up the bottles. You can dig to your recycling, maybe your neighbor's recycling or go to the recycling center and just gather a bunch of them.
The next thing you want to do is unscrew the lid, put in a few pebbles, maybe some sand. What you are doing is you are just trying to give a little weight to the bottom of your bottles. So once you've got them weighted down, come over here and grab you some acrylic paint and just paint your bottle. And I take a couple of coats, let it dry all the way, in between you are just trying to get it in nice opaque white, so that it mimics a bowling pin.
And to make it more ghost like, we took our small sponge brush and our black acrylic paint and put two little eyes on this guy. So he looks like a bowling pin/ghost and that's seems like we are going forward. So we've got our pins, but now we need our bowling ball and that is where, this little basketball guy comes in.
Now we gave him a little Jack-o-lantern face we did that with the same little small sponge brush and white acrylic paint that we used to give this guy eyes. Paint them all up and let him dry. So all that's left to do is take these on the yard, set it up like a little bowling alley, let the kids go and I guarantee this game is sure to be a strike.
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