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Trick or Treat Jack-'o-Lantern Bucket


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A costumed child holding a bucket.After two years of being trapped at home due to the pandemic, we can finally go out and this time, the city is organizing trick or treat for kids.

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The kids were excited. Problem is, we don't want to spend so much on costume and props. One thing I made a DIY is the bucket to be filled with goodies later.

Supplies:

The clear plastic container.
 

Steps:

  1. Neatly cover the bowl with orange craft paper.
  2. Covering plastic container with orange paper.
     
    Covering plastic container with orange paper.
     
  3. Draw the jack o lantern face (triangle eyes, nose, zigzag mouth) using the black craft paper. Cut them out.
  4. Cutting out Jack-'o-lantern faces.
     
  5. Stick into place. I used double sided tape because it's neat and less messy than glue.
  6. Adding the face to the bucket.
     
    Adding the faces to the buckets.
     
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  7. Make a hole on two sides of the bowl and attach the chord (for the handle).
  8. Adding a handle to the buckets.
     
  9. Voila! Trick or treat jack o lantern bucket is now ready!
  10. A person holding two decorated buckets.
     

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