Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Football centerpiece and chocolate Dip!

I grew up with four brothers – and we all played sports. My sport of choice was football, as well as two of my brothers . . . but the other two played football! You cancome up With the Big game, I actually had a great idea that the kids will love – hosting a home Bowl party for the littles. If you have football fans at home, this idea is for you!
together with a special centerpiece crafts and dip recipe that kids will love. Read more and learn how to host your own home Bowl party!
My party features Ritz Crackers, so the first thing I want to share this SIMPLE recipe for a sweet dip, which the kids love. It’s UH-MAZING and I couldn’t stop you licking the spoon. It’s quite easy and you only need a few ingredients:

Ritz crackers
Peanut butter
chocolate hazelnut spread

So-what do you do? Scoop equal parts of peanut butter and chocolate-hazelnut spread in a bowl with a spoon. Stir, stir, stir and place in a serving bowl. Yes, that’s it! I dare you to tell me you don’t love this dessert (let the children try it!). Dip a Ritz Cracker into the mix for the ultimate indulgence:

I also have a little trail mix and popcorn was at the party, preview, this is because these snacks are a fave a budget (of course, other snacks can be replaced). What was done for a drink? Coca-Cola! Bottles, cups, ice, and ready for your guests.
The decoration itself is simple. I went to my local party store and bought a blanket of a green grass table, football napkins, and football field cups. They even had to get small foam footballs, I had to.
And then I made a center piece with Mod-hodgepodge!
at The heart of idea is perfect for a football party, but I love you, because you for a wide variety of topics! To do that, you’ll have to:

wood-star – 6
wood block
dowel rod
acrylic paint – brown, white, (door), yellow, citrus green (to match your paper)
Grass scrapbook paper
brush – a great, a small
hot glue
ruler and pencil

Paint your wooden stars, brown on both sides, whereby a plurality of layers. Let dry.
Add white football laces to the front of your stars. Let dry.
you Drill a hole in the center of the wood block, you can fit your dowel rod (make sure you check the size of the bit). Insert the dowel rod into the hole. You can glue it in place, but I'm stuck, without moving.
you Paint the base of the wood block with citrus-green and the dowel rod with the yellow drylet.br>measure and cut your grass to fit the paper, the bottom four sides of your wood block. Cut with the scissors.
you are Applying for Mod conglomeration, on the one side of the block. Flatten the paper at the top. Wait for 15 – 20 minutes to dry, and apply a topcoat.
Repeat with the other three sides. Let the block dry.
rod, hot glue five stars for the dowel and one to the front of the block. You’re done!

My child-friendly home Bowl party was so easy to set up – and I LOVE the way it turned out! What do you think?
disclosure: The Coca-Cola Company, a partnership with bloggers such as me for their home bowl program. As part of this program, I received compensation for my time. This price was provided by The Coca-Cola Company. The Coca-Cola Company is not a sponsor, administrator or connected in any other way with this Home-Bowl-advertising.

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