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Pumpkin Shake-ups DIY

I have created these cute Pumpkin Shake-ups. They are really easy to make and really fun to play with. A great craft to make with the kids, my daughter couldn't wait to make her own. 

Materials:

  • Aqua Ball (empty)
  • water
  • food coloring
  • dish soap
  • glitter
  • black vinyl (cut with a Cricut machine or with scissors)
  • paint (optional)

Directions:

Wash out the Aqua Ball then add 2-3 tbs water, 3-5 drops of dish soap, 2-3 drops of yellow food color, 1 drop red food color, 1/4 tsp of silver glitter. Replace the top of the bottle and give it a good shake. If there isn't enough soap foam to fill the bottle, add a bit more dish soap. 

Decorate the front of the bottle with black vinyl faces. You can use this svg file to cut on a personal cutting machine or just use scissors. [pumpkin faces]

I opted to spray paint the tops of the bottles. Mine started out as pink. You can paint them, spray paint them, cover them in decorative tape or just leave them be. If little hands are going to play with the Pumpkin Shake-ups, you may find that you need to super glue the lids in place.

Enjoy them as a fun toy or fall decor.

Thanks to Craft Lightning for challenging us to create quick Halloween crafts
that can be completed in 15 minutes or less. 

This post is a part of the Creative Crafty Blog Group October Challenge with the theme Halloween.
Check out these fun DIY projects from my partners.

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