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The Ultimate Wonka Party


All you need to know to throw a memorable party

Table of contents:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Decorations/Invitations...pg 2 Games...pg 9 Activities...pg 14 Cake/Food/Drinks...pg 16 Printables...pg 19

How to make Lollipops:


Purchase a large piece of foam from the hardware store (or put 2 paper plates back to back). Cut out circles with a sharp knife or exacto. I made mine about 10 in diameter with a 2 depth. Carve or drill a hole on the bottom underside of the circle (2 side) and glue an empty wrapping paper roll or dowel into the circle creating a lollipop stick. Wrap in colored basket wrap (found at dollar stores) and secure with curling ribbon.

How to make a Wonka Bar:


Purchase a large piece of foam from the hardware store (approx. 2' x 6' with a 1-2 depth). Break off pieces on one side to look like someone has taken a bite of the chocolate. Paint this edge brown. Wrap both ends in foil or silver wrapping paper, leaving it peeled open a bit on one side to expose the bite. If you prefer to skip this part, simply wrap both ends in foil. Attach fuschia or red wrapping paper or paint to the 2 edges and about 2 around the bar to make the chocolate bar border. Attach 2 pieces of black bristol board (or wrapping paper) side by side on each side of the bar with straight pins to cover the entire bar, minus the red border you see pictured. (tape or glue won't hold) Cut out and attach Wonka Bar letters with glue or pins. (letters on page 19) If desired, cut out and attach the wording on the back of the bar: Print white letters with a black border. '5 LUCKY WINNERS WILL FIND A GOLDEN TICKET INSIDE GOOD LUCK! NEW WT 3 OZ PRODUCED BY THE WILLY WONKA CHOCOLATE FACTORY INC'

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How to Make Nerds:


Wrap an empty cereal box with 2 different colors of wrapping paper, bristol board, or construction paper on each side. Tape. Glue on Nerds logo and Nerd pics. (logo and pics on page 22)

How to make Bubble Gum:


Wrap an oatmeal sized box or shoe box with pink wrapping paper, bristol board or construction paper. Glue bubble gum logo on.(logo on page 23)

How to make Double Bubble Gumballs:


Purchase a bag of medium sized styrofoam balls from your local dollar store. The bag usually comes in a long, thin bag. If not, you can use clear basket wrap for the wrapper. Paint each styrofoam ball a different color. Place them into the bag and seal the ends with tape or glue. I cut the ends of mine jagged to look like a crimped edge. Glue on logos. (logos on page 24) Alternative to styrofoam balls-colored plastic ball pit balls.

Invitations:
The best idea for a Wonka invitation would be to wrap a chocolate bar in colored paper, print or write Wonka Bar on it and print the information onto a gold piece of paper to slip inside the bar. Don't want to make your own? You can purchase the customized wrappers and golden tickets @ www.custompartyplace.com

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How to make a Kit Kat Bar:


Purchase a piece of packaging foam that is thick and chunky (about 15x10x6) from the hardware store or use a piece from a purchase you may have made containing packaging foam. Wrap the bottom half with foil and wrap in red paper. Peel back a bit to resemble an opened bar. Pick out a chunk off of the opposite end to look like a bite. Carve out ridges to look like wafers sticks and paint this end brown. Paint Kit Kat across it in black paint. Paint the bite in beige and light brown stripes to look like a wafer. Glue on logo. (logo on page 24)

How to Make an Aero Bar:


Purchase or use a piece of packaging foam that is thick and chunky. Wrap one end in foil and wrap in white wrapping paper or bristol board. Peel the foil down a bit to make it look unwrapped. Carve out squares to look like Aero squares on opposite end. Paint this end logo and brown circles to resemble bubbles. 25) brown. Glue on (logo on page

How to Make Peppermint Sticks:


Wrap a foam pool noodle (dollar store) in red streamers on an angle and secure with tape desired, poke floral twigs (dollar store) into to resemble the crazy candy cane trees in If pool noodles aren't in season, you can out of wrapping paper tubes or purchase and white at both ends. If them randomly the movie. Tipmake mini ones plastic tubing

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from the hardware store.

How to make Wrapped Candies:


Wrap a soccer ball, foam circles with basket wrap and curling ribbon. Tip: see the ball wrap, cover it first wrapping paper or basket wrap that translucent. basketball, balloon, or colored secure with If you can through the with craft or use the foil isn't

How to Make Candy sticks:


Wrap empty wrapping paper tubes with multicolored streamers on an angle and secure at both ends with tape. Insert a dowel, skewer, chopstick or rolled up thick craft paper into the bottom to resemble a candy stick.

How to Make Candy Disks:


Cut out pieces of from leftover boxes into Paint swirls and lollipop onto them and hang or light fixture. cardboard circles. designs tape to a

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Candy Shoppe:
This is a great idea if you have the room to set up a candy shop. You can use a pantry, closet, tent, playhouse or small area of your home, or even a baker's rack will do. Place a sign above or on the door saying Candy Shoppe and stack the shelves or bins with assorted candy, candy apples, gum, chocolate, etc. Label each one with a price sticker or put up price signs. Wonka Bucks (play money-see page 25) can be used. Give each child some play money or have them earn it through winning games and allow them to purchase the goodies in the shop.

Decor:
Hang garland with lollipops or candies attached. Hang purple, gold and black streamers. Attach candy dots to the tablecloth with icing. Turn colored plastic plates inside out and glue or tape to each other back to back to form an M & M candy. Write M & M's onto them. Make flowers out of colored craft foam or tissue paper and hang around the house. Flowers are also good to attach to skewers and place them into a small pot of jelly beans for table decor. Decorate the plates with giant Hershey's Kisses (in stores during Valentine's Day or Easter). Punch balloons are great to have lying around for kids to play with. They look like giant gumballs. Make several wrapped lollipops, candies, and chocolate bars and place around the house. (instructions shown above) Wrap pool noodles with red and white streamers to resemble candy canes and place around the house. (instructions shown above)

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Fill kiddie pool with cotton candy or popcorn. Purchase pinwheels from the dollar store to place in your garden or along the walkway as colorful candy spinners. Use a kiddie pool as a chocolate river by filling it with chocolate milk or colored water. (green and red food coloring) Cocoa added to the water will work as well. Get creative and add a small fountain tho the water to have it moving and scent the room with chocolate. If indoors, you may want to use a brown blanket to resemble the chocolate in the pool. This is great for the fishing game. Use top hats as snack bowls (found at party stores). Hang streamers across the driveway like a grand opening ribbon. Hang candy canes or candy sticks around the house. If you have a bubble machine, this is fun to have going either in the yard or outside the front door to set the mood for the guests. Purchase a pinata in either a flower shape for your candy garden theme or buy a round paper mache ball and paint it to resemble a gumball or gobstopper. These are always a hit. Fill baskets, vases or cups with candy and create a centerpiece using candy sticks, giant lollipops and Wonka candy. These can be won as a prize. Cut out the word Wonka in purple and black in large letters and hang from the ceiling (letters on page 19). Make a jellybean wreath out of construction paper and attach jellybeans with icing or glue and hang. Hang a Wonka contract for the kids to sign. Print or write the Wonka contract (available at www.custompartyplace.com) or simply 'I promise to be a kid, act like a kid and eat all the candy my little heart desires and have everyone sign it as they arrive. You can tape it to a door and tape an erasable marker-writing board underneath the contract to hold the marker in place. Purchase peppermint balloons (found in party stores or ebay) and hang. Print out character pictures and attach them to the chairs or around the room. Print out Wonka coloring placemats and put some crayons on the table. This is a good ice breaker and something for the kids to do while waiting for the guests to arrive.

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Set up a red carpet or make one out of a blanket or red construction paper as a grand front door entrance. If you have a gumball machine, this would be great to have up for fun or as a decoration. Purchase some plastic purple loot bags or clear ones at the Dollar Store. Print out a Wonka topper that says, I survived (name of child) Birthday Party Attach chocolate coins to your trees or the twig branches if using them for the candy cane sticks. Hook your video camera up to the TV so when the kids walk by the , they can see themselves on the TV. WONKAVISION- They will love this! Purchase a green wig, orange face paint (optional), crazy sunglasses, an orange t-shirt with white masking tape criss-crossed in the front to resemble an Oompa Loompa, black pants, a top hat and cane, black or purple jacket, etc. to set up a photo prop station. Play Wonka or candy themed music in the background. Good candy songs: Lollipop, Sugar, Sugar, My Boy Lollipop, or magical songs are also good, such as a lot of the Disney songs. Set up a play tent or playhouse and decorate it as the Oompa Loompa's house. Insert candies into clear balloons. Print out labels for bubbles, candy bars, candies prizes etc. Line the bottom of the walls with craft/packing paper rolls or wrapping paper and paint or draw candies onto them to decorate the room. If you only have a few children attending, name tags of the movie characters would be great for each child to be. Giant popcorn bowls. Purchase giant plastic bowls from the party store and hang one handle onto the door knob so it's tipped and the other bowl underneath it so when it's filled with popcorn, it looks like it's overflowing. Hang character prints around the room.

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Lollipop Cone:
Purchase a large styrofoam cone shape from the craft store or dollar store and poke several lollipops into the cone to look like a lollipop tree. Great centerpiece idea.

Sign Ideas (hang around the house):


Oompa Looma's Only WonkaWash (for the washroom) Top Secret Feed Your Sweet Tooth This Way (for Candy Shop) Sweet Shoppe Open for Business

games-Fish for Augustus Gloop:


Purchase small rubber ducks, etc. or anything that floats. Usually found in the baby section of the dollar store. Purchase wedding rings (dollar store). If you are unable to find them, you can use paper clips. Glue the rings/clips onto the top of the ducks. Purchase a play fishing rod or attach a piece of rope to a pole (I used my Swiffer pole because it had a loop on the end). Then tie on a wall hook to hook the rings on the ducks. Note: This can also be substituted by attaching a magnet to the pole and metal to the ducks. Glue small pictures of Augustus Gloop onto the bottom of the duck (Augustus pictures on page 25). Set up a small kids poll with a brown blanket to resemble a chocolate pond OR use cocoa and water if you prefer real water. If this method is chosen, you must print the Augustus pictures with a laser printer or laminate them or the ink will run when wet. When each child has fished their duck out of the pond, you tell them who won by the Augustus picture you chose to be the winner.

Release Augustus from the Tube:


Fill a cup of chocolate milk for each child.

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Add a floating baby (sold in the baby shower section of the dollar store). If you cannot find them, you can substitute it with anything that floats. (ie. blueberries) The first person to finish drinking their chocolate milk and sinks Augustus (the baby), wins.

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Release Veruca Salt from the Blueberry:


Purchase several purple balloons. Put folded pieces of paper into each purple balloon with one having a picture of Veruca Salt and blow them up, painting a simple sad face design on each balloon to look like Veruca.. At GO, everyone will start sitting on the balloons to pop them. Whoever finds the balloon with Veruca Salt in it turns her back to normal and wins the game.

Pass the Hat OR Veruca's Golden Egg Game:


Similar to Hot Potato, except using a top hat (party store), like Willy Wonka's. OR use a golden egg (gold painted plastic Easter egg, hard boiled egg painted gold or paper mache egg sprayed gold). Play this to the song 'I Want it Now' (or song of your choice) from the Wonka movie and every time the song says 'now', the child holding the egg is out. The last child remaining, wins a prize.

Golden Egg:
Paint a hard-boiled egg gold. Wrap it in several layers. Pass it around to music. When the music stops, the person holding the egg unwraps a layer. Whoever ends up with the golden unwrapped egg in the ends wins the game.

Everlasting Gobstopper Hunt:


Hide gobstoppers (or gumballs if the child is young) around the house/yard. All the kids search for them and either keep the ones they found or whoever gets the most, wins a prize.

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Wonka's 5 course Meal Game:

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Purchase little baggies in the dollar store. Choose 5-10 flavors of Jelly Bellies for each bag. Make sure you write them all down. Each person has to eat them and write down what they think the flavors are. The first person to get them all or the most right wins the game. GREAT FOR ADULTS as well.

Candy Face:
Cover several small candies on a paper plate with whipped cream. Give one plate to each person. On GO, the first person to uncover all of their candies from their plate without using their hands, wins the game.

Wonka Trivia:
Everyone likes a bit of trivia. You can use these 25 questions and answers. You can print out each sheet for each guest and the first one to answer all or most of the questions right wins a prize. GREAT FOR ADULTS. Questions & Answers are listed on page 28.

Pin the Golden Ticket on Charlie:


Print out the picture of Charlie Bucket. (see page 26) Mount it on a piece of bristol board so the kids don't mess up the walls. Print out the mini tickets (tickets on back pages) and attach a piece of tape to each one. Each child will get a turn taping their ticket on. The closest child to Charlie's hand wins a prize.

Gobstopper Throw:
This game is simply just setting up a large bucket or bowl and purchasing colored balls to represent gobstoppers OR simply use actual gobstoppers. Each child will take a turn trying to throw the ball/gobstopper into the bucket. The child with the most wins gets a prize.

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Sink the Blueberry to release Violet:

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Fill a paper cup up with water or juice for each child. Top each one with a blueberry and give a straw for each one. At the count of 3, each child must sip the drink through their straw until the liquid is gone. The first person to sink the blueberry to the bottom of the cup by drinking it the fastest wins a prize.

Balloon Pop:
This is a simple and quick game of filling balloons with little pieces of paper stating different prizes or several ' try agains' and one winner. The person that pops the winning balloon claims the corresponding prize.

Burping Contest:
The person with the loudest, longest or most burps in a certain time frame wins a prize. This is a great and hilarious game to be played after drinking the fizzy lifting soda drinks. Be sure to have your video cameras rolling!

Mike Teavee Shootout:


Gather the kids into teams of 2. Apply whip cream to one team members face in each team. The partner without the whip cream face will shoot the team members face with a water gun until no whip cream remains. The first team to clear all the whip cream from the partners face, wins a prize. Another fun, hilarious game. GREAT FOR ADULTS.
IF YOU HAVE SOMEONE WILLING TO DRESS UP AND BE WILLY WONKA, THEY WOULD MAKE A GREAT TOUR GUIDE FOR THE PARTY. THE KIDS WOULD LOVE IT!

Laffy Taffy Pull:


Purchase 1 Wonka's Laffy Taffy for every 2 children. Gather them up into teams of 2. At the count of 3, the teams must tug on each end of the taffy until it rips. The team with the longest stretched out piece of taffy wins a prize.

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Augustus Gloop Relay:

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Gather the kids into 2 teams. Each team must take turns putting on a t-shirt, blowing up a balloon, crawling through a tunnel, touching the wall, crawling back through the tunnel, popping the balloon, removing t-shirt. The fist team to get all its members through the course wins a prize. GREAT FOR ADULTS.

Violet's Bubble Blowing Contest:


Whoever makes the most bubbles or the largest wins. Good to play after making bubble gum. Tip-use sour gum-great for pictures!

Guess How Many Gumballs:


Fill a tall vase or jar up with several pieces of gum. Each child takes a guess. The one with the closet number wins a prize or the gumball jar.

Candy Ring Toss Game:


Purchase a large piece of foam or wood slab. Paint round syrofoam balls from the Dollar Store to look like gumballs in different colors. Purchase a sturdy candy cane-found in dollar stores around Christmas time or a large candy stick. Stack the gumballs on top of each other to make a gumball tower. Insert a wire or skewer through them to keep them together-glue may not hold it. Glue the stack onto the board and on the other end of the board, poke or glue the candy cane or candy stick in the board or foam. Use plastic lids from baby formula, coffee, etc. and cut out the centers to make rings. The child who gets the ring onto the gumball tower or candy cane once or most times wins a prize. Another ring toss game could be done with 2 litre soda bottles and rings. You can add your own labels to the bottles as Fizzy Lifting Drinks.

Violet's Blueberry Pop:


Blow several purple or blue balloons up with a piece of paper inside each one and stating a winner or picture of Violet in one. Tape the balloons onto the wall or a large piece of cardboard. Have each child

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pop a balloon of their choice and the one that finds the winning paper wins.

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Outdoor Candy Ring Toss:


If your party is outdoors, you can push small dowelled lollipops into the ground in different distances for different points. Each child must toss the ring over the lollipops to win. Rings can be purchased at the Dollar Store as velcro ball and catch sets. Just remove the rings that hold them together.

CANDYLAND GAME:
A quite activity would be to play the Candyland board game or replicate it in life sized pieces. Activities: ALL OF THESE ARE GREAT IF YOU HAVE A WONKA INVENTING ROOM SET UP IN YOUR HOME OR WOULD RATHER ACTIVITIES INSTEAD OF GAMES.

Inventing Room Ideas:


Set up a table with Sprite and Cola. Have some bowls of pop rocks, mentos, sour straws and jello cubes beside the drinks. Allow the kids to invent their own fizzy lifting drinks by adding the fizzers to the liquid. Watch them light up in amazement as their drinks fizz and pop. The jello cubes are just for fun and look great in the Sprite.

Edible Bubble Gum:


There are kits available in toy stores and teacher/learning stores for creating your own bubble gum. This is a great inventing activity for this type of party. Recipe to make your own: See page 27.

Candy Necklaces &Bracelets:


Purchase skinny licorice strings and some hollowed out candy, such as lifesavers, gummy rings, or you can use froot loops or cheerios. Let each child string their candy or cereal onto the licorice strings until they've created a necklace to take home. Note: If you can't find

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licorice strings, you can purchase elastic string at dollar stores in the sewing section.

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Edible Clay:
Recipe:1/3 cup margarine OR 1 c peanut butter 1/3 cup light corn syrup* 1 c corn syrup 1/2 teaspoon salt* *** 1 1/4 c powdered sugar 1 tablespoon vanilla extract*** 1 1/4 c powdered milk 2 pounds confectioners* sugar Food coloring****MIX ALL INGREDIENTS TOGETHER FOR A DOUGHY CONSISTENCY and let the kids make their creations.

Chocolat e Paintings:
Give each child some paper or coloring pages and paintbrushes. Let them dip their paintbrushes into the melted chocolate and paint their pages. To melt chocolate, use 1/2 c of vegetable oil to every 4 cups of chocolate chips to thin out the consistency and to prevent burning the chocolate while melting.

Decorate Cupcakes &Cookies:


Give the children pre-made cookies or cupcakes and several toppings, icing and candies and let them decorate their treats.

ice Cream Shop:


Set up a table with different ice cream flavors, toppings such as nuts, sprinkles, chocolate, caramel or strawberry sauce, etc. and let the kids create their own ice cream bowls.

Ice Cream Ball:


Several stores now carry an ice cream ball maker. Add the ingredients and let the kids toss, and roll the ball around until the ice cream is firm enough to eat. Kind of like playing ball.

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Lickable Bowties:

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Cut out some paper bowties and attached sticky velcro to the backs of each one. Melt Jolly Ranchers (45 sec per candy in the microwave) or any hard candy into liquid and allow the children to paint it on the bowties with a paintbrush. When they are dry and harden, velcro them on the kids shirts. Also great to sell in the candy shop!

Edible Sand Art:


Purchase small bottle from the dollar store or sealable baggies and give the kids a bunch of pixie sticks in different colors. Let them layer their bottles with the different colors of pixie stix to resemble sand art. A creation they can take home with them to enjoy.

Food &Drinks:
Fizzy Lifting Drink-Soda with mentos or pop rocks to fizz. Giant Popcorn bowls. Pool full of cotton candy. Sprite with cubes of jello. Never melting ice cream cones-the marshmallow stuffed cones you buy in the party store. Candy apples. Chocolate fountain with cut up fruit, marshmallows, cookies, etc. If you don't have one, you can melt some chocolate in a fondue or small melting pot with a candle and allow the kids to dip their fruit into. Chocolate dipped marshmallow skewers. Soft candy skewers. Bouquet of fruit skewers. Attach skewers into a foam piece inserted into a bowl.

Cake Ideas:
The easiest cake idea for this theme party would be an edible scanned image of the movie onto the cake. This can be done at your supermarket that sells cakes. Another idea would be to simply decorate the whole cake with candy. You can also have a tiered stand with cupcakes instead of cake with Wonka cupcake wrappers on

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each one or if you want to get really creative, you can decorate the cake with green icing to resemble grass, pour warm chocolate pudding down the middle or warm chocolate icing to form a river and decorate the sides of the cake with lollipops. If you can find a small boat, this would be great in the river (you can even make one out of colored paper) You can also use a gummy bear as the driver or print out a small picture of Willy Wonka and glue him in the boat . If you are really creative, you can mould a lot of characters, mushrooms, candy trees, etc. by using fondant or marzipan to form them. Candles that would look great would be the colored swirl ones sold at most Dollar Stores. You can place them to look like candy trees. Another neat cake idea would be to make a round cake, decorate it like a lollipop with icing swirls and add a paper towel tube, wrapping paper tube, or flat piece of cardboard to the bottom to look like a lollipop.

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Some inspirational cake ideas for beginners and artists.......

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PRINTABLES (next page):


Wonka Bar Letters...pg 2

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Nerds Logo...pg 3

Cut out logo

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Cut out Nerds

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Bubble Gum...pg 3

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Kit Kat Logo...pg 4

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Aero Bar Logo...pg 4

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Wonka Bucks...pg 6

Fish for Augustus Gloop...pg 9

NEXT PAGE IS CHARLIE FOR PIN THE TICKET GAME...PG 11

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MINI TICKETS FOR PIN GAME...PG 11

BUBBLE GUM RECIPE...PG 14


Materials Needed: 1 oz. package of bubble gum base, 1 tsp. of bubble gum flavor, measuring cup, 2 small cookie cutters(3/4 in.), 1 tbsp. of corn syrup, 1 C of confectioners sugar, microwave safe mixing bowl, wooden mixing spoon, measuring spoons, oven mitt, rolling pin(optional), wax paper. Instructions 1. First thing's first wash your hands 2. If the corn syrup is not liquified, put the bottle in a pot of hot water to liquify it. 3. Put 1 C of confectioners sugar in the microwave safe mixing bowl and make a crater in the center. 4. Empty the 1 oz. package of bubblegum base into the crater and put the bowl in the microwave on medium to medium high for 15 seconds. Wearing an oven mitt, carefully remove the container and press against the bubble gum with the wooden spoon. If the bubble gum is soft and mushy, remove it. If not, microwave it like before until it's soft and easy to mash with a wooden spoon. 5. When the base is soft, add 1 tbsp. of liquified corn syrup and heat again on medium high for another 15 seconds and remove from microwave. 6. With the wooden spoon, mix the bubble gum base, the corn syrup and the sugar until they are about halfway mixed together, then add 1 tsp. of bubble gum flavor and continue mixing until it is blended together. When the mixture has cooled and it gets hard to stir, knead it with your hands. The consistency you should have will be similar to cookie dough. Once you have a soft dough-like lump of pink bubble gum, place it on a sheet of wax paper dusted with confectioners sugar. 7. Now you are ready to shape the bubble gum. You can flatten it with your hands or with a rolling pin and cut it with a cookie cutter in to the shape you desire. 8. After you have cut the bubble gum, let the bubble gum dry for one hour, then lightly dust each piece with confectioner's sugar and store them in a air-tight container. If you want to you can wrap each piece of bubble gum individually in wax paper instead of storing them in a container. If you do, the gum should stay fresh for 2 weeks. 9. When you are cleaning the mixing bowl and the wooden spoon try to wipe off most of the mixture with a paper towel before washing. Then wash them with warm water and soap."

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WONKA TRIVIA:

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1.WHAT I S CHARLIE'S BOSS'S NAME? 2.MR. WONKA OPENS 2 COMBINATION LOCKS DURING THE TOUR. WHAT ARE THE COMBINATIONS? 3.WHAT IS CHARLIE'S TEACHER'S NAME? 4.WHAT COULD TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GOOD EGG AND A BAD EGG? 5.WHO KNITTED THE TASSELS ON CHARLIE'S SCARF? 6.WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE CANDY STORE WHERE CHARLIE BOUGHT THE WONKA BAR CONTAINING THE LAST GOLDEN TICKET? 7.WHAT SECTION OF THE CONTRACT DID CHARLIE VIOLATE? 8.AUGUSTUS FELL INTO THE CHOC-O-RIVER AND GOT SUCKED INTO A PIPE. TO WHICH ROOM DOES THAT PIPE LEAD? 9.WHAT DID CHARLIE BUY WITH I FIRST PAY? 10.WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE MAN WHO POSED AS MR. SLUGWORTH? 11.HOW DID MR. WONKA MIX HIS CHOCOLATE? 12.WHAT DOES AUGUSTUS' FATHER DO FOR A LIVING? 13.WHAT TOWN DOES MIKE TEAVEE LIVE IN? 14.WHO DID VIOLET BEAT TO BREAK THE WORLD GUM CHEWING RECORD? 15.NAME CHARLIE'S 4 GRANDPARENTS. 16.WHAT IS VERUCA'S FATHER'S NAME? 17.CHARLIE'S TEACHER MIXED NITRIC ACID, GLYCERINE, AND A SPECIAL MIXTURE OF HIS OWN. WHAT WAS HE MAKING? 18.WHERE DID CHARLIE GET THE MONEY TO BUY THE WONKA BAR CONTAINING THE LAST GOLDEN TICKET? 19.WHAT IS THE NAME OF MR. WONKA'S BOAT? 20.WHAT 2 MACHINES ARE BOTH REFERRED TO AS 'THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE MACHINE AGE'? 21.WHAT DID CHARLIE'S MOTHER DO FOR A LIVING? 22.ON WHAT DAY & TIME DOES THE FACTORY TOUR BEGIN? 23.WHAT DOES MIKE TEEVEE'S MOTHER DO FOR A LIVING? 24.THE GUM THAT TURNED VIOLET INTO A BLUEBERRY WAS A 3 COURSE MEAL. WHAT WERE THE COURSES? 25.WHAT HAPPENED TO THE MAN WHO SUDDENLY GOT EVERYTHING HE EVER WANTED?

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ANSWERS:

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1.CHARLIE'S BOSS IS MR. JOPECK. 2.LOCK COMBINATIONS: 99-44-100% PURE. 3.CHARLIE'S TEACHER IS MRS. TURKENTINE. 4.THE EGGDECATOR. 5.GRANDMA JOSEPHINE. 6.BILL'S CANDY SHOP 7.SECTION 37B WHEN HE DRANK THE FIZZY LIFTING DRINK. 8.INTO THE FUDGE ROOM. 9.A LOAF OF BREAD. 10.MR. WILKINSON WHO WORKED FOR MR. WONKA. 11.BY WATERFALL. 12.PARVE BUTCHER. 13.MARBLE FALLS, ARIZONA. 14.BROKE MISS CORNELIA PRINCEMEDAL'S RECORD. 15.GRANDPA GEORGE, GRANDMA GEORGINA, GRANDPA JOE, GRANDMA JOSEPHINE. 16.HENRY SALT. 17.HE WAS MAKING WART REMOVER. 18.HE FOUND IT IN A DRAINAGE SEWER. 19.WONKATANIA. 20.THE COMPUTER PROGRAMMED TO LOCATE THE GOLDEN TICKETS & THE MACHINE THAT MADE THE 3 COURSE DINNER. 21.WASHED LAUNDRY FOR A LIVING. 22.10:00 AM ON OCTOBER 1ST. 23.GEOGRAPHY TEACHER. 24.TOMATO SOUP, ROAST BEEF & BAKED POTATO,BLUEBERRY CREAM. 25.HE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER.

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