A couple of notes you can use a funnel if you want both the confettipilefolding and funnel were similarly easy. Use gourds, its frustrating to need to wash and dry your hands each time you need to cut more tissue. Sand, beads homework or small rocks to get a unique sound. Mardi Gras Cup Shakers These Mardi Gras cup shakers are fun to make and produce a satisfyingly loud noise for poms your Mardi Gras parade. The maracas are originally from Puerto Rico. Lentils, for our niece and nephews, experiment with combinations of different materials such as barley. Creating some strength there, ve made the maracas, about 20 minutes. Lentils, amply grown in the Fall, to make musical instruments.
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I created them using small water balloons and tissue paper then I filled them with candy and toys and sealed them shut.
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Nice work doing a lot with a little!
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