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These DIY bowling pins are great because they’re made out of things we always have in the house so they’re practically free to make. I used 10, 20oz Pepsi bottles and peeled off the labels. Then filled them with left over Easter egg dye. I mixed colors or added less coloring to create different shades for all 10. After you’re all done the kids can decorate them with stickers too! These were a huge hit at my daughters 2nd birthday party.
Tip* I found that filling them completely full was too heavy for a soccer ball to knock over so we filled them about 3/4 and it was perfect. If you’re using a soft ball I would recommend filling them halfway.