Additional supplies you'll need:
*Glue (glue sticks worked best. We started with regular glue but it created too many bubbles in the paper)
*a zip fastener to hang it with.
*2 paper towel rolls
*1 piece of coordinating construction paper or cardstock .
First we stabbed holes in the box to create air so that it would be easier to break. Then we cover the box with blue tissue paper to cover the print so it wouldn't show through the streamer. In retrospect, it probably would have been a good idea to paint the box because once it was being clobbered, the huggies red was showing. I don't think the kids even noticed though! Then we cut strips of streamer to cover the entire top and sides of the box leaving only the bottom center gap exposed so it could be filled. That was later covered with another strip of tape and then streamer.
I forgot to take pictures of the peg making but basically, we took a paper towel roll and cut it into 6 equal pieces. Those were wrapped with streamer and then hot glued to the box. We covered the exposed openings with blue cardstock circles and then covered those with more streamer paper. The zip fastener was added last.
Isn't it cute? It was a shame to see it smashed but we were surprised to see it wasn't as hard as we expected it would be to bust. It must have made it through at least 10 kids before meeting it's end! :)