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Old 09-03-2006, 04:13 AM   #1  
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Hi all and good morning,

I was wondering if anyone had any great ideas or thought on a kids workshop for halloween. It would be targeted for the 6-8 age group. I was thinking about either wooden picture frames or a clip board but both seem a little complicated. any thoughs.....
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Old 09-03-2006, 06:32 AM   #2  
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I did one last year with halloween cards...used the set in last years holiday mini, although I cannot remember the name. It had a mummy and witch, etc. I used the little booglie eyes from the craft store. We also made a candy bar wrapper and I brought full-sized Hershey bars. That was a huge hit!

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I did a Girl Scout one last year. The parents were supposed to help but by help apparently they thought I meant sit at a different table and watch, LOL.

We did 3 projects:
*bottlecap pins (that they could use for trading)
I had the bottlecaps already hammered so the edges were rolled down. They stamped the jack-o-lantern face from Carved & Candlelit and punched it out and glued it in teh cap and glued pinbacks on. They made 2-so they could keep 1 and trade 1.

*Pumpkin Poop-I had the poem typed and saved and they mad a cute tag/card with Web Wishes

*Lollipop holder-I used Pocket Fun since there were all girls. We made a little pocket with brads to hold it down and they put 2-3 lollipops inside.

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There was a thread not too long ago posted by someone who wanted to do projects for 4-7 year olds at a birthday party. I can't seem to locate it right now, but I know there were quite a few cute ideas suggested. I'll try to locate it and post the thread for you unless someone beats me to it.
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Here is a link to Halloween treat bag toppers that may be easy fun to make:
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...=&way=&cat=all
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Another link for more Halloween treat bags, bookmarks and pouches:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...=11&y=7&limit=
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thank you so much that is a great idea!!!
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This is the thread I was thinking about - it is in the Stamping 101 board. You can probably adapt any of these ideas with a Halloween theme:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...ad.php?t=31224
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The lunchsack scrapbooks are a great project for kids. I did it this past summer with our grandkids (girls 16, 14, and 9 and a boy 6). They really enjoyed working on them. They used two lunch sacks for the project, which made 8 pages and two pockets.
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