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Pin the Face on the Pumpkin




For a festive Family activity, we played Pin the Face on the Pumpkin!

I had a big piece of poster board that was orange on one side and black on the other. I drew a pumpkin shape on the poster and cut it out. Then I cut out the eyes, nose and mouth from the black side.

We used sticky tack to put it on the wall, and to pin the face pieces on.
One at a time we would be blind-folded and try to make the best pumpkin face we could! 
The boys loved it!

P.S. Do you need some craft supplies? Check out our post on the best kid-craft supplies for great prices on Amazon! We've got some good recommendations. :)

Happy Halloween!

Comments

Shelly Lynn said…
I love this idea! Thanks for sharing! :)
abbie said…
Super cute! Linking up to you tonight.
JDaniel4's Mom said…
What a great idea! Would you link it to my Halloween Traditions link up?
this is a great game! We played it last year when I made it for my community Halloween party and all the kids loved it! We blindfolded them for extra fun!

Thanks for linking to the Sunday Showcase! Can't wait to see what you have in store for us this week! :)

Bern
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Jenna said…
Such a cute and festive way use of poster board. I might have to copy you for next Halloween at my house!

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