The Dolloween Carnival must have games…and we’re not talking just your average bob for apples kind of games! In Part 2 of the Dolloween Carnival series I will show you how to make four adorable Halloween games for your dolls! These style of games would also be perfect for any street fair scene. I have several printables for you to use to easily create these games on your own. Happy Dolloween!
Kit wants to welcome you to The Dolloween Carnival Games…right here on Boo Boulevard! I love Kit in this aviator costume! Dolloween Carnival Sign Printables can be found here: dolloween-carnival-and-boo-boulevard-signs-printable
This sign was made by using black foam board and Foamwerks Channel Rail and Straight Cutter. You can purchase these tools on Amazon.
I’m crushing on these adorable game signs! You can find the Dolloween Carnival Game Signs Printable here: dolloween-carnival-game-signs-printable
I purchased 2 sets of black formboard. Each pack contained three 16×20 sheets. I wanted the back drops tall. I cut off 6 inches from the 16 inch side to make each back drop 10 inches wide. The remaining 6 inch piece was put in front of each board to act as a lane. Each board was held upright with two large bulldog clips. The reason I chose to use the bulldog clips is because I wanted to be able to remove the stand for flatter storage. Coordinating colors of card stock paper were used behind printables to make the display pop with color.
You can find the Dolloween Carnival Pin the Boo Ghost Printable Here: dolloween-carnival-pin-the-boo-game-printable . I did laminate this printable because the little boo signs would be used and reused with poster putty and I wanted the ghost to remain in good shape.
You can find the Dolloween Carnival Pin the Boo, boo signs here: dolloween-carnival-pin-the-boo-signs-printable. Attach these to the ghost with poster putty.
My daughters loved the idea of shooting slime at the skeletons. These were found stringed in 4 packs at our local dollar store. They were hot glued in place.
A mini squirt gun was found at the dollar store. You can find the Dolloween Carnival Slime Printable here: dolloween-carnival-squirt-the-skeleton-game-slime-printable. Attach to skeleton with poster putty.
Pumpkin Bowling has been a long holiday tradition in this house. We decorate 2 liter bottles for our pins. You can find the Dolloween Pumpkin Bowling Printable here: dolloween-carnival-pumpkin-bowling-game-printable
For the doll pins I recycled travel bottles. I covered the bottles with paper tape found in the dot bins at Target. Mini pumpkins were found at Michaels.
For the Zombie Eyeball toss I found plastic mini cups / shot glasses at our local dollar store. I attached them to the backboard with poster putty. I chose not to glue them in place so they could be removed for flatter storage.
The round plastic eyeballs were also found at the dollar store. They fit perfectly in the cups.
Now for the Dolloween Carnival Prizes. A prizes display was created by stacking mini crates. I filled shelves with plastic Halloween finds from the Dollar Store. A display was put in between two sets of games. You can find the Dolloween Carnival Game Prizes Signs here: dolloween-carnival-prizes-signs-printable
My friend Amy H from Facebook Group, Miss M Doll Talk, brought to my attention a fabulous find that was the perfect addition to the Dolloween Carnival. Amy found Halloween themed tickets on Pinterest. These Tickets were pinned from the website called Scrapperia and can be found here: http://scrapperia.blogspot.com/2012/09/halloween-tickets.html . Amy found that if you scale and print them four per page you can get a perfect doll size! I have scaled them for you and you can find the printable here: dolloween-carnival-tickets
And the Dolloween Carnival is open and the dolls are off for a spooky good time! Stay tuned for tomorrow’s favorite Carnival Game…the Cake Walk.
Looks like Elsa didn’t get a strike! Time to rack them back up!
I see one eye made it in to a cup! Keep on tossing those zombie eyes!
Hermione is no where close to pinning her “Boo” near that ghosts mouth!
My youngest paired her favorite Wellie with her favorite Dolloween Carnival Game! Mollie is trying to teach Kendall how to aim! Poor Kendall is so excited to get slime on a skeleton that she slipped right our of her shoe!
Time to count their sweet prizes! For information on the doll costumes please see part one of this series here: http://brandyshappyhome.com/dolloween-carnival-part-1-costumes/
I would love to do this life size! Do you have the documents saved like that at all?
Love your games, will try it this year.
Laur W. says
The link is gone for the “realistic tombstone craft” instructions. I’ve seen other ways to do it and there are plenty of instructions and videos online but I was very curious to see your ideas!
There was not a tombstone craft with this post or series. Thanks for checking 🙂
This is so cute! Thanks for the inspiration
You did such a great job. The carnival games are so so cute. All the costumes are so cute and designed so well. You can tell a lot of work went into them.
I absolutely LOVE your dolloween carnival!! You’re so inspiring, I can’t wait to see if my daughter wants to try and do her own. Thank you so much for sharing!
Hey MoMo! Thanks so much! I hop your daughter does want to make one too! Send me pics if she does!
I absolutely will!
TINA HELM says
THE LINK IS GONE. I DONT UNDERSTAND HOW A SQUART GUN SHOOTS THE PAPPER SLIM PIX AT THE skeletons.
Then guns do not squirt slim; these are for fun display only. The is meant for doll play and display. The slime is cut-outs. You use poster putty to attach the paper cut-outs to the skeletons.