With Halloween so ushers in the long three months of super holidays: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years! And with all those times there inevitably will be a ton of parties going on.
Block parties, house parties, dress up parties and more!
And sadly with all these holidays also come the downside…colder weather.
Colder weather around here often means hats and gloves, sniffly noses, and a lot less time frolicking in the downtime. Which also means less usage of bikes, scooters, and wagons. But do not fret! There are plenty of ways to Repurpose your Step2 Wagon and a few bloggers and I (we are all on the Step2 Blogger Team Program) have come to the rescue with some fun ideas to help before you store up the final summer fun into the garage.
Ideas to help you Repurpose your Wagon
First up, my own repurpose!
Turn your wagon into a fun drink station. You can decide if you are having an adult or child drink station (for example purposes I have added adult only beverages and child beverages but never mix them at the same time to prevent confusion unless you have a monitor. Please drink responsibly). Because many wagons have drainage holes in the bottom, it’s wise to put a collection bowl underneath for melting ice or block off the hole with a taped down plastic bag.
Also I suggest wiping out your wagon prior to putting down the ice.
Nothing like getting some of your kids grass and left over fruit snacks into the ice!
We added some spooky spiders, graveyards, a skeleton and some ripped gauze for effect.
I also wanted to show off some of the other amazing re-purpose wagon ideas my fellow friends have had!
Please visit each blogger to see how they created their project. All pictures were used with permission.
Fantastic Step by Step instructions for a Halloween Party Favors Station.
So adorable! What a perfect way for a Princess to be carted around all night long!
Click to read more on how to never put away your wagon. Take it from an outside toy to an inside inspiration.
I adore how perfect this is! Step by step instructions on how to take your wagon into a firefighting truck for your lil firefighter.
If you have re-purposed your wagon, please let me know in the comments what you are doing with it this winter.
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All wagons in this post were provided by Step2 to facilitate this article. Opinions are of the bloggers own and pictures respectively belong to each blogger.