What better game for a hula party than hula girl ring toss? Call those rings hula hoops and you have twice the amount of hula fun!
This is how I made it:
1 storage container
3 dolls from the dollar store clothing removed shoes kept on
decorative tape (I had green on hand)
hot glue gun/glue
raffia or 'wrapphia' ribbon
embroidery floss of thin elastic roping
3 jar lids
1 50lb bag of play sand
plastic rings (We had them from a ring toss game already)
I used green tape to make a "bikini bottom" on each doll. Next, I hot glued the sequins ribbon to make a "bikini top".
The harder and more time consuming part of this project was making the hula skirts. I used wrapphia ribbon which can be found at craft supply stores. Starting with a 7-8 inch piece I knotted on smaller pieces one after the other the to make the skirt. You really only need about 4-5 inches of skirting. Trim the bottom of the skirt to appropriate length and then tie on doll.
To make the lei, I stuck flower stickers on a piece of elastic roping. Hot glue helped to keep it in exactly the right place on the doll.
To help anchor the dolls in the sand I hot glued their feet to a jar lid.
To assemble: place sand in storage container, arrange dolls, top with more sand and start tossing those rings!