Please excuse the poor qualities of the photos. I was using my cell phone camera and running 95 miles an hours to set up the party. But enjoy the games.
|The four carnival games for our office party are displayed here. There was a LINE to play them.|
Here is one of four of the carnival games I am making for the State Fair Rodeo Chili Contest party. I found the fish balls (they are stuffed) on Amazon.com. I didn't want bean bags because they'd be too easy to throw. These little guys are lightweight and make the game more difficult.
As usual, I love to reuse party props. You've seen my wooden wagon at four other party's being used as a serving piece. So, when I needed a target for my "Gone Fishing" game, it seemed perfect. But...it was too big for the space, so I used one of my wicker boats as the target.
I also wanted to reuse my woven boats from the Margaritaville party. I have molded chocolate fish. I also found the mold on Amazon.com. I bought three sheets that mold eleven goldfish each. No carnival is complete without someone winning goldfish.
Here is the individual package. I added some blue cardstock waves and secured the little cellophane bag with a topper. If you look carefully, the blue dot has a tiny company logo on the left.
|We got the bracelets in the tube to glow. The guests loved throwing the light rings. This game was very difficult.|
|Flinging frogs with a net. Small basket. Hard to do, but fun.|
|Each gun held FIVE rubber bands, so you got 5 chances to hit the targets in order. See the whole bucket of rubber bands.|