I love these large goodie balls. The best part is they are so large that if you wanted you could put a small lunch right inside. We had My sons party at a bowling ally so we could only do take home treats but I can see using them for mini sandwiches with chips and drink right inside. What a super fun way to feed a group!
Its very cheap and simple to make.
I bought the 99 cent plastic balls at Party City and spray paint for plastic. I then sprayed 2 light coats. I had 2 that the paint crackled on where the sicker residue was not fully removed but other than that they looked great. They were also bumping into each other and being rolled around by the kids and the paint stayed on.
If you stop here you have great cannon balls for a pirate party!
We however were making bowling balls so we needed one more tough. I had Avery circle stickers left over from a past project so I just placed 3 on each they stayed on wonderful and were the perfect size.
Now you can tell just how large they are each had a Capri Sun, Oreos, Goldfish crackers and 2 Air Heads.
I saw this wonderful idea on Pinterest here is a link to the original. I just did the holes different but they turned out great! She also has some other cool ideas you could check out. http://www.dukesandduchesses.com/2013/03/a-bowling-party-bowling-ball-goody-bags.html .