Hocus Pocus Inspired Patch

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Put a spell on your girls with this oh so fun patch! Make sure run amuck and come up with spooktacular drinks, snacks and activities all your guests are sure to love. There is no activity program for this patch but I’ll list a few ideas to get you started. See below. 

- Iron on backing

- Laser cut edges 

- Expected size 3”-3.2”

1. Leaders decorate for your event. Start by making and displaying  a “I put a spell on you” banner. This website has more de orating ideas to help you go the extra mile. https://www.fun365.orientaltrading.com/article/kids-hocus-pocus-craft-spell-halloween-party
2. Have girls decorate witch hat sugar cookies for fun. 
3.  For the perfect snack have each girl volunteer to bring ingredients to make a Magic Munch Mix.

  • 1 {8-9 cups} bag microwave popcornpopped {I like kettle corn}
  • 1 1/2 cups candy corn
  • 4 cups bugles snacks
  • 1 cup pumpkin seeds {I like Trader Joe's pumpkin spice flavor}
  • 5 oz bag dried cranberries
  • 4 cups Halloween shaped mini pretzels {Utz brand}
  • 1 cup fall colored M&Ms
  • orange colored candy melts {vanilla flavor}
  • 1 oz pkg gold star sprinkles
  • In a large mixing bowl add the first six ingredients.
  • Melt candy melts in the microwave on 50% power for one minute. Stir then heat for another 30 seconds. Repeat until smooth and melted.
  • Pour candy melts over the snack mix and stir to coat.
  • Sprinkle on M&Ms and star sprinkles.
  • Spread on a lined baking sheet to harden and cool slightly.
  • Serve in bowls for movie night snacking or package in snack bags for a spookily delicious treat!

4. Offer girls a Hocus Pocus Halloween Hot Chocolate. 


  • 1 1/2 cup white chocolate chips
  • 4 cups milk
  • 1 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • orange food coloring
  • whipped cream for topping
  • Halloween sprinkles for topping
  • Halloween themed candy for topping
  • marshmallows for topping
  • chocolate drizzle for topping

Activity ideas


For this game you will need various brown paper bags with different things inside it can literally be anything from a rotten banana to smelly sneaker. old gym shoes. To give it that girl scout twist aadd ingredients found in gs cookies.  Such as Chocolate, Marshmallows, Peanut Butter to name a few. You are going to label each bag with a number and line up your guest. The guest will need to have a blind fold on and get a chance to smell in each bag and write down their guess on a piece of paper with the corresponding bag number. After everyone has smelled in each bag reveal what's inside each one and the person who smelled the most right wins.

This party game is a relay race for it. You will need two brooms, a start line, a finish line, and an even amount of players. To play the game you will need to create two even lines as the start line. Each line will have a broomstick each person will hold the broom in their legs with no hands then go to the finish line and return back to their line with the broom and pass it off to the next person in line and they will repeat until everyone in the line goes. The first line to go through all their people without dropping their broom wins.

3. Have girls make their own Hocus Pocus magic potion. Display these colorful potions on a display tray at the upcoming Hocus Pocus movie night! 

• Glass Potion Bottles any size works!
• Baby Oil
• food coloring bright colors work best
• Glitter fine glitter works better than chunky
• Water
• string and labels optional

• Fill bottles half way full with baby oil.
• Add 1-2 drops of food coloring to your bottle.
• Replace the cork/lid and shake well to mix.
• Open top and add glitter.
• Finally, fill almost to the top with water.
• Replace the cork top again and shake well to create your potion.
• Optional add a tag and potion name!


4. Pumpkin Sweep

Grab some pumpkins and brooms, and divide players into teams. The first player to sweep their pumpkins all the way to the finish line and back to the next player in the line wins!

5. Ghost Face

You'll need paper plates, candy corn and whipped cream to play this silly (yet delicious) game. Players use their mouths to find the candy corn hidden in the whipped cream.

6. Pumpkin Carving Contest

Pumpkin carving is a classic Halloween activity that will keep everyone engaged and active! From silly faces and unique designs, there's no limit to the ideas they can come up with!

7. Halloween Movie Trivia

It's not Halloween without a night of scary movies. Brainstorm trivia questions for kids to answer after watching and hand out a trophy or prize to motivate them throughout the night.

8. Pumpkin Tic, Tac, Toe

This game is as easy as drawing Xs and Os on your little pumpkins and creating a tic, tac, toe board on a table with tape.

9. Halloween Heads Up

Everyone has to write down a Hocus Pocus word on a post-it. Then, one person picks a word from the pile (without looking!) and tries to guess what it is based on the clues. 

10. Pumpkin Relay

Celebrate Halloween and work on kids' gross motor skills all at the same time! For this relay race, take a mini pumpkin (or an orange ball, or an orange balloon, depending on the kids' ages) and come up with a series of physical challenges for them: walk with the "pumpkin" between their knees, move the pumpkin with their feet etc. First team to complete all challenges win!