Halloween Tic Tac Toe

My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games.  One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe.  But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home.  So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun!My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl.

My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions.My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

Step 3: Use Halloween characters, bottle caps, or even candy to play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

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Simple Autumn Place Cards

The Fall season is truly one of my favorites.  The Florida air gets slightly less humid and a tiny bit more crisp and cool, and our schedules aren’t maxed out with holiday celebrating.  I love to invite our friends over for dinner parties, dessert nights, and even bonfire fun. I quickly made these Autumn place cards using chipboard Autumn leaves from Little Birdie Crafts, some wooden disks, spray paint, hot glue and just a few minutes of work!

Here’s What You’ll Need:

• Chipboard Small Leaves 6pcs

• Spray Paint

• Wooden Disks

• Hot Glue Gun and Glue

Step 1: Remove the foam sticker backing from the chipboard leaves.

Step 2: Spray paint the leaves and allow to dry. (I used a metallic gold spray paint.)

Step 3: Carefully hot glue leaves to wooden disks and hold in place until the glue sets.

(Optional) Step 4: Use a pen to write guests’ names or even add a clip to the back to make fun food place cards.

Step 5: Be the best party hostess ever!

These would be adorable in mason jars or apothecary jars filled with mini pine cones too!

I am so ready for the fall season! What’s your favorite season?

You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

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Simple DIY Word Puzzle Game

Back to School season is upon us, and while I could swear the kids just got out of school yesterday; (I know that’s not the case).  I also know they have not read as much as I would like for them to over summer vacation. In an effort to make their brains work a little, I made a fun word puzzle game. I quickly created this adorable farmhouse themed game, using blank canvas bags  and chipboard letters from Little Birdie Crafts, and just a few minutes of work!

Here’s What You’ll Need:

• Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7X9″ 2pcs

• Die Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut)

• Red, Black, and White Iron On Vinyl

• Chipboard Letters Natural 30pcs

• Iron

Step 1: Cut the Iron-on vinyl to fit the front of the bag

Step 2: Iron vinyl on to the bag according to the package instructions.  (Typically, cover the vinyl with a press cloth, and press with a hot iron and heavy pressure for 30 second intervals, until the vinyl is well adhered to the fabric.  Then, iron the inside of the fabric as well to secure.)

Step 3: Fill with letters.Step 4: Trick your kiddos into learning while playing games! 

You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

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