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Halloween Plastic Bottle Bowling Game

October 24, 2005

I made these bowling pins out of empty 24 oz. pop bottles. I used clear and green bottles. Any sized bottle will work. Weigh them down with some gravel so they're a little harder to knock down. I used old fish tank gravel.

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Here's what you'll need to make them:

Hot glue on bottle items listed by character.

  • Witch: construction paper, black Sharpie to draw on the mouth and nose
  • Mummy: white spray paint, old white sheet torn into strips, construction paper
  • Frankenstein: construction paper, bolts (for the neck) Sharpie for the face
  • Ghost: spray paint, Sharpie for the eyes and mouth
  • Cat: construction paper, pipe cleaners for the tail and whiskers, paint for the face, craft foam for the ears
  • Spider: black spray paint, construction paper, pipe cleaners
  • Dracula: black and white spray paint, Sharpie for the face, construction paper hair, black fabric for cape
  • Scarecrow: construction paper, hay, Sharpie marker to draw on face
  • Pumpkin: orange and green spray paint, construction paper, pipe cleaner
  • Bat: black spray paint, construction paper, craft foam for the ears and wings

Use a real pumpkin, squash, or gourd for the bowling ball. The bumps and lumps make it harder to knock down the pins.

By luv2craft from Normalville, PA

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