pirate ship craft

Pirate ship craftFor your next pirate bash, make your very own mini ships as table decoration or even as placecard holders with this fun recycle project from Kaboose!

What you’ll need:

  • 3 cardboard egg cups (or open walnut shells)
  • Brown acrylic craft paint
  • Paintbrush
  • ¼ cup modeling clay or play dough
  • 6 toothpicks
  • 1 sheet white paper
  • Scissors
  • White craft glue

For the step-by-step how to, hop over to Kaboose and get crafting!

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crispy pirate pops

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My oldest is celebrating his fourth birthday this week and we’re hosting a swashbuckling pirate party. I thought I would share a few of the baking ideas I’ve got cooking.

The first is a crispy pirate pop. These will not only be in the goody baskets we’re giving to his buddies, we’re also taking them to his preschool class on Friday. Here are the ingredients, a tools list and simple steps on how to make them for your matey!

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pirate flag how to

Pirate flag craftNo respectable pirate bash is complete without a pirate flag flying!

And don’t let the number of steps keep you from trying this cool craft. It’s actually very easy and is a fun addition to the celebration. Plus, this craft can be repurposed for play or even bedroom decor after the party is over.

Here are all the details including a materials list, tools list, templates and step-by-step instructions.

Happy crafting.

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