Homecoming Campaign Crafts

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Homecoming Campaign Crafts
The homecoming dance is similar to the prom. (Comstock/Comstock/Getty Images)

For students who ooze with school spirit, homecoming is major event. The football game is tied in with spirit days in school and a homecoming queen and king is crowned at the dance. If you find yourself lucky enough to be nominated for homecoming king or queen, get on track to winning the title with some inventive homecoming campaign crafts to reel in those votes.


One way to get your name out to other students to vote for you for homecoming king or queen is to make homemade cupcakes. Bake your favourite cupcakes and frost them with your name on top. Pass them out in front of the school in the morning on a table with your name. Offer different frosting and cake types such as red velvet, chocolate and vanilla to be sure you will please everyone.

Sidewalk Mural

Use coloured sidewalk chalk to create a huge sidewalk mural with your name on it. Choose a location in front of the school where all the students will pass by it. Arrive at school early in the morning and ask a few friends to help. Plan ahead with a detailed sketch of your name and what homecoming title it is you are trying to get the vote for. Add eye-catching drawings and a funny slogan which ties in with your name.


Using your name and a simple slogan, such as "vote Sara for homecoming queen." Craft your own badge or button using a badge-making kit. Otherwise craft the badges by laminating printed paper or going to a local copy centre to create the badges. Pass them out during the lunch hour to be sure you campaign to everyone in the school.

Campaign Video

Use your video camera to craft a homecoming campaign video. Ask a few friends to help you shoot a video that explains why you should be the next homecoming king or queen. Focus on your best attributes and show the school your humble side. They already know that you are a soccer champ, but they may not know your humorous side or the fact you volunteer on the weekends. After you shoot the video, edit it on your computer. Upload it onto your school's website or other video site where everyone from school will see it.

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