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Kids Frugal Fun: Edible Pirate Ship + DIY Pirate Hook

Each week I bring you a craft that is fun, educational, and frugal. Talk Like A Pirate Day is September 19th and since my sons are pirate fans, I just had to do some pirate crafts!

If you’ve missed any previous crafts, check out Momondealz’s Kids Frugal Fun page. Just a side note, I laminateas much as I can when doing games such as this-it really helps preserve the pieces!

Remember, if you love any of my crafts, be sure to Pin them on Pinterest!

Edible Pirate Ship

Materials:
Ice cream bowls
Ice cream or sherbert
2 Toothpicks and 1 Straw
Marshmellows

Directions:
1.  Fill the bowl with ice cream or sherbert.
2.  Put one marshmellow on each toothpick.
3.  Cut the straw so that it is longer than the toothpicks.  Put 2 marshmellows on the straw.
4.  Insert the toothpicks and straws into the ice cream or sherbert and you have pirate ship sails!

DIY Pirate Hook:

Materials:
Tin foil
Butter container, solo cup, any object that can go over your child’s hand (we used old Easter egg dying cups)
Sharp knife

Directions:
1. The adult should cut a hole in the container for the hook to go in.

2.  Roll up the tin foil into a long roll.

3.  Insert the tin foil into the hole in the container and then shape the top of it into a hook.

Don’t forget about FREE Krispy Kreme donuts for Talk Like A Pirate Day!

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One Response to "Kids Frugal Fun: Edible Pirate Ship + DIY Pirate Hook"

  1. [...] Mackenzie on September 25, 2012 TweetEach week Sharon at Mom on Dealz brings you a craft that is fun, educational, and frugal. Here is a fun and tasty project that the [...]

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