ITEMS TO PUT IN cling WRAP BALL GAME
To create your cling wrap ball you’ll need several rolls of saran wrap (I used the red holiday variety) and prizes of various values. You might want to save money and skip buying multiple boxes of cling wrap and instead buy one of these food service size cling wraps instead! You’ll want to put the BEST prizes towards the middle of your ball, but spread them out. Here are some ideas of cling wrap ball game prizes I included in our saran wrap ball game (for kids and adults):
- Tic Tacs mints
- Target gift cards
- dollar store toys
- candy and gum
- makeup brushes
- sponges (cool ones like these)
- memo pads (these are fun seasonal ones and these are super trendy)
- tissue packs
- headbands, hair accessories (like these or these)
- coffee gift cards
- erasers (we like fun shapes like these animals)
- chapstick (this is a big pack for inexpensive)
- travel sanitizers
- Makeup eraser cloths (My sisters and I love these!)
- Matchbox cars
- Card games (like this or this or this)
- Fuzzy socks (these are cute!)
- small screwdriver set
Once you have your supplies you simply start wrapping one item up and keep wrapping the saran wrap around and around in various directions, adding prizes randomly to it as you go. You can make yours as big as you want!
Cling WRAP BALL GAME RULES:
- To play the cling wrap ball game you’ll need your completed cling wrap ball, a pair of dice and a pie plate or bowl. Begin by sitting everyone in a circle and giving one person the saran wrap ball and the person to their left the bowl/pie plate and dice.
- To play you must keep the ball on your lap at all times and unwrap it as fast as you can while the person to your left keeps rolling the dice until they get doubles. Once they roll doubles the dice will pass to the person on their left and the saran wrap ball will pass to the dice roller. Once the person to their left rolls doubles the ball gets passed again.
- Keep unwrapping the cling wrap ball as fast as possible the entire time the person is rolling, until they roll doubles. You get to keep any prizes you unwrap. The ball must stay on their lap as we discovered that without this rule someone can easily set it on the floor and unroll it in no time.
We discovered that it would be even more fun to let the kids have their own cling wrap ball game and the adults get their own so the prizes would all be age appropriate. It’s a TON of fun and it’s really easy too so any age can play.
* Excerpts from www.MustHaveMom.com