Autumn and Thanksgiving
A Thanksgiving Party
I love creating party
favours for family get-togethers and when I saw these mini tin
buckets in the dollar store, I knew I'd found something that could
be the basis for my latest Thanksgiving party favour. I wasn't
sure what it would be at the time, but that's part of the fun.
Here's how to make
your own pumpkin-in-a-bucket thanksgiving party favours.
Your will need:
mini tin buckets -
Dollarama (pkgs. of three)
raffia - on hand
or dollar store
fudge squares or other small
candy treat - discount store
plastic wrap - on
paper - dollar store
green pipe cleaners
- on hand or dollar store
skewers - on hand or
labels for printer - on hand
paper tags - on
hand or dollar store
To make it manageable, cut the raffia into two to three-inch pieces and fill
the buckets about three-quarters full.
Wrap the fudge squares individually in plastic
wrap to keep them fresh and clean.
Wrap each fudge piece in orange tissue paper,
twist it and hold it closed with a small piece of green
pipe cleaner. Leave one end of the pipe cleaner sticking out to
represent a leaf. Cut the top of the tissue paper short.
Print a Thanksgiving greeting
on a sheet of address labels and attach them to the paper tags.
Cut the flags to size using special craft scissors, if you have
them. Of course, special scissors aren't necessary.
Break the skewers into about
five-inch pieces and glue them to the back of each flag.
Sit the "pumpkin" and
the flag in the buckets and you're done!
See more autumn crafts: Autumn