Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Make a Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe game

Use a wood to create a box and bottle lid this unique Halloween tic-tac-toe craft. Children have so much fun with this Halloween game!

Walter impressed us with its projects for over a year now – and I love really, really is, what he does for Halloween! I’m not sure if you remember that, its funny jack-o-lantern magnets or cute Halloween-cupcake-socket tutorials, but these are a must.
He’s back with a Recycling project, a bit of fun this Halloween, and I love it. Here’s how he made his Halloween tic-tac-toe.

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As you may know, I adore Halloween and the pictures. I have been wanting to create a Recycling craft tutorial for some time and this Halloween game is super fun to make.
Halloween Tic Tac Toe
Supplies:
Sometimes they make things out of discarded objects can be surprisingly good . . . I am so pleased with the way this traditional, fun game came out. This is how I made it:

Any Mod collection . . . I used caps Mod hodgepodge gloss and three-Dimensional magic
10 plastic, washed and dry! To me, the almond milk I drink came, and I have a 1″ open.
1″ Fiskars Circle Paper punch
Halloween punch
brush
Mod smorgasbord-tool-set
6″ x 6″ jewelry box, got mine at a yard sale . . . You can buy newer work-in-progress boxes are available at most craft stores

I created a 6″ x 6″ digital image with vintage Halloween ephemera and a laser had made a copy. If you don’t have Photoshop skills, no problem – use scrapbook paper with pre-printed graphics!
Divide the square of three vertically-and three horizontally-and Mod-smorgasbord in your grid according to your wishes. I then decoupaged the sides of the lid and the sides of the box, orange and black textured cardstock.br> It is so good! Next, seal the entire box with Mod-hodgepodge for a durable finish. TIP: I have the NEW silicone Mod hodgepodge Mat. WOW, I love this product!!! This Mat is fantastic! I use it to decoupage on old discarded Newspapers.
no more unwanted “image-transfers” on my decoupage elements . . . and clean up is so easy! I hope that Plaid carries larger sizes in the future.
For the stones, I have two (1″ square) designs with a couple of Halloween stamps (skull and jack o’ - lantern), and my 1″ Fiskars circle paper punch to cut out the images. Decoupage the pictures in the cap, let dry and repeat!
***you want to make sure that the insert is completely coated with Mod conglomeration, including the pages or the three-Dimensional magic seep into the picture. I tripled coated my characters.
Then I have the Mod hodgepodge of Dimensional magic and let dry overnight. She came HORNY; from the looks of it, I have a resin coat without the mix and toxic smell.
The game pieces are in the box for storage . . . Genius! Project completed! Let’s game Halloween tic tac toe on family game night! This is a great skill for kids and parents – far away from playing video games and not interacting with the family.
another with my niece and nephew and their introduction to a game of tic-tac-toe. Happy Halloween!

Don’t forget to visit you Walter’s Etsy shop or follow him on his blog, Facebook and Twitter.

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