The toys here were made with old boxes for wooden matches. You can find them at flea markets, or just buy new ones and cover them with colored paper, gift wrap, or children's drawings if you don't like the label. Then proceed as shown below.
A ball-in-the-hole party game doesn't necessarily have to depict a scene: Patterned papers, old and new, also make good backgrounds. The more beads you add, the more difficult the challenge.
Ball-in-the-hole party games in plastic cases can be bought at most party stores. To redesign them, open the lids and replace backgrounds with scraps of gift wrap, art paper, or children's drawings.
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