Edible Pirate Ships & DIY Pirate Hooks for Talk Like a Pirate Day

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Talk Like A Pirate Day is September 19th and since Momondealz‘s sons are pirate fans, she decided to make some pirate crafts!

Edible Pirate Ship

Materials:
Ice cream bowls
Ice cream or sherbert
2 Toothpicks and 1 Straw
Marshmellows

Directions:
1. Fill the bowl with ice cream or sherbert.
2. Put one marshmellow on each toothpick.
3. Cut the straw so that it is longer than the toothpicks. Put 2 marshmellows on the straw.
4. Insert the toothpicks and straws into the ice cream or sherbert and you have pirate ship sails!

DIY Pirate Hook:

Materials:
Tin foil
Butter container, solo cup, any object that can go over your child’s hand (we used old Easter egg dying cups)
Sharp knife

Directions:
1. The adult should cut a hole in the container for the hook to go in.

2. Roll up the tin foil into a long roll.

3. Insert the tin foil into the hole in the container and then shape the top of it into a hook.

Don’t forget about FREE Krispy Kreme donuts for Talk Like A Pirate Day!

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  • What a cute idea. I’m sure all pirate fans will love this ship and hook.

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  • What a fun and unique idea, my daughter and her friends would absolutely love this:)

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  • This is adorable and easy to do. It would work great for a “Jake and The Neverland Pirates” themed birthday party!

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  • Those are cute. I’ll bet the kids loved them.

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  • what a great idea! thank you!

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  • As someone who works at a renaissance faire during the summer and attends other faires throughout the year Talk Like A Pirate Day is very popular among many of my friends. I usually make something pirate related and I think I just found what I will be making next! These are too cute!

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  • The ice cream bowl ships are a great idea. They would work well as a pirate birthday activity.

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  • What cute ideas, I have never heard of talk like a pirate day. Is this nation wide? I wish they had something like that when my kids were little and that elf on a shelf, that would have been fun. Now to get some grandchildren and maybe I can play these games with them. Thanks for the great ideas.

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  • This is so cute, I would have loved to do these when my nephew were young, I will do it next time there’s a family get together, even though they are in their 20′s they will still love it, it will bring back all the memroies of their pirate adventure in the pool when they were young,

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  • This is cute and then you can eat it unless your little one wants to save it!

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  • My 3 year old LOVES pirates! WE will be doing this for his birthday in December :) I am pinning this for later.

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  • What a cute, fun and tasty craft…

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  • This is awesome! Thanks for the tips. My sons are soooo into pirates and they would love this!

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  • What a great idea! I never knew that talk like a pirate day even existed but it would be so fun to celebrate with the kids!

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  • How cute is that? I bet any kid would love a pirate ice cream!

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  • These are adorable and super creative. They look yummy too.

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  • Super cute!

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  • I love the edible pirate ship! Edible crafts are the best :)

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  • I wish i could come up with cute snacks like this! this is so cute and creative!

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  • I’m very excited for Talk Like a Pirate Day (and the Krispy Kreme promotion).
    Thanks for the fun recipe!

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  • I think that this is a really unique craft idea! I like that the Pirate hooks are completely edible! The Pirate craft looks easy to make!

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