Football Bottle Wrappers

Football Bottle Wrappers

These super, simple DIY Football Bottle Wrappers require only 4 simple supplies and not a lot of craft experience. To start you’ll need to gather 1 to 2 sheets of brown construction paper. Yep, just like the ones you used in elementary school. You’ll also need chalk, a white paint pen or white out. Finally, grab some scissors and tape so we can get started. I added string to the neck of my bottles, but that’s optional. Football Bottle Wrappers 1- To make these football bottle wrappers I used brown construction paper and white out. I cut individual strips 2 inches wide or enough the cover the existing wrapper area. 2- Next I laid the wrapper horizontally and drew on two vertical lines dead center. [Click here to continue reading]

DIY Football Inspired Checker Board + Game piece pouch

This super simple Football Inspired Checker Board tutorial and shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, MARS. All opinions are mine alone. #CallAnEatible #SkittlesHomegating #CollectiveBias Today I’ll show you a fun craft I made especially for my daughter who loves Skittles®, but not football. My Football Inspired DIY Checker Board is unique because it’s played with candy. Incorporating candy is a fun way to get non football fans involved at game time. To create the board I used a few simple crafts items and all of the orange and green colored candies from a bag of Sweets & Sours Skittles. This project took me about an hour start to finish using the instructions below. SUPPLIES brown felt 9″x12″ paint pen (white) [Click here to continue reading]

Football Game Day Party Idea

My Football Game Day Party Ideas and shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #HomeBowlParty #CollectiveBias I am super excited to finally share my football game day party plan with you. It was fun having you involved with the planning process through LIVE Periscope videos. Thank you for joining me on my party shopping trip in Target and for your ideas as I made my DIY bottle wrappers live on Periscope. Today I’ll share how I pulled this party together, but first, I want to gift you the party planning printable I created. I use it to map out all of my parties and as promised, I’ve uploaded it for you.  You have made this party [Click here to continue reading]

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Our Weekend with Friends Football Menu

 We had a wonderful weekend with friends and football.  Around this time of year, every weekend, until football season ends, will include some type of football related activity, whether Fantasy Football drafts, games at home or games at a stadium. I’m head football activity chef and this weekend was my husbands Fantasy Football draft. In fact, he joined two leagues and ended up having two drafts at the same time. I was no help with draft picks, so I decided to make a little sumptin’ sumptin’ in the kitchen.  My goal for dessert was Strawberry Cream Cheese cupcakes, but while talking to my husband, I added two cups of powdered sugar to the recipe in place of flour.  The cupcakes turned out too sticky so I pulsed [Click here to continue reading]

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Top 5 Tips for Hosting a Football Party

With the biggest football game of the year right around the corner we are planning a football party for a few friends. We’re buying the things we need at Walmart a little at a time since everything on our menu can be stored in the cabinet or freezer until February.  This is not the first time we’ve hosted a football party and over time we’ve learned a few tips that I’ll share with you. These tips will allow you to be a great host with out missing any of the game time action. Pre-Game Meal: We usually plan a pre-game meal which allows us time to chat and trash talk the others team before kick off.  Our pre-game meal is more of a sit down [Click here to continue reading]

Peanut Butter Cream Trifle | Game Day Dessert

Peanut Butter Cream Trifle | Game Day Dessert

Who’s ready for game day? You think you are, but not until you thought about what you’ll serve for dessert. This game day inspired Peanut Butter Cream dessert is baked with yumminess top to bottom. To start, I filled bowls with candy and made a no bake trifle using chocolate footballs which were perfect for my football themed party. Peanut Butter Cream Trifle Prep-Time: 30 minutes Cook Time: 0 Serving Size: 1/2 cup Servings: 12 INGREDIENTS 24 ct. brownie bites or squares from the bakery or snack aisle chocolate Footballs 12 oz mini peanut butter cups (chilled) 1 – 8oz. block of cream cheese (softened) 1/2 cup of creamy peanut butter 1 cup of powdered sugar 10 ounces of whipped topping 2 tablespoons of milk TOPPING 2 [Click here to continue reading]