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Aquaball #Halloween Craft. @AquaBallDrink #DIY

October has to be one of the busiest months for me. I celebrate both my daughters birthdays which means two classroom parties. And with the new school policy of no cake or candy, I decided I should try a classroom craft that all the kids could enjoy. The best part is unwrapping your craft to find your favorite characters. From Disney, Marvel and Pixar Monsters University, your child will not only love the design but they will enjoy the great natural flavors of Aquaball.

I started off with my materials:

  • Aquaball water
  • Tissue Paper
  • Googly Eyes for crafting
  • Spider rings
  • Small rubber bands or pipe cleaners
  • Glue Stick

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I simply covered one Aquaball water with one sheet of orange tissue paper and tied a rubber band around the neck of the bottle. You can use a pipe cleaner if you want to add a curly design.
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My 5-year-old daughter helped by using her glue stick to stick on the googly eyes. She also added a spider ring as an extra treat for her friends.
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We used a black Crayola markers to create their not so spooky smiles and best of all, there was no candy involved. I think Moms can appreciate that right?
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Fun Mom Fact:

AquaBall was created to provide Moms with a drink they can feel good about sharing with their kids and families.  AquaBall is:

  • Zero Calories
  • Zero Sugar
  • Naturally Flavored
  • No Artificial Colors or Flavors
  • No High Fructose Corn Syrup
  • Good Source of Vitamins B3, B5, B6, B12 and C

What are you favorite candy less options for Halloween?

*Disclosure: This post was made possible by Aquaball.  As always, any personal opinions reflected in this post are my own and have not been influenced by the Aquaball in any way.

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