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Are you a football lover? Are you a DIY lover? Are you a food lover? Put those together and you have today's post.
A DIY Tic-Tac-Toe football board and a yummy football snack, that's what I'm blogging about today.
Step 1: Get a husband. // Step 2: Get that husband to drill and cut some old fence posts into the shape of a square. // Step 3: Have that same husband go the the local "man" store and pick you up some indoor outdoor carpet ($15 per yard (I used about 1/3 of a yard)) // Step 4: While the husband is already in the business of helping, just go ahead and have him staple the indoor outdoor carpet to the wood square... I mean he has helped you so far...why should he stop now?...besides you can't take pictures of your project and use the staple gun // Step 5: Staple ribbon in the shape of a traditional Tic-Tac-Toe board. // Step 6: Pick up some wooded people shapes and a few wooden chip pieces from your local craft store (two sets of people and one set of wood chips cost $3.50) // Step 7: Paint wooded people...be sure to paint them the color of the teams in the big game or your favorite team's color! // Step 8: Paint footballs on the wood chips (the local craft store also sold pre-made and pre-painted football pieces) // Step 9: Grab some RITZ® Crackers (at your local Walmart) and make the husband, that was so kind to help you with your blog project, a snack. // Step 10: Spread cream cheese on the cracker, top with fresh spinach, next top with salami cut into the shape of a football (this was very easy, I promise), last layer strips of cheese on the salami to look like football laces. // Step 11: Score with your biggest fans and wash your snack down with a Coke Zero (which you can also pick up at Walmart ---> 2 for $5 on all Coca-Cola 500ml 6-packs ) while enjoying a friendly game of football Tic-Tac-Toe. //
*Note feel free to do steps 1-4 yourself and then reward yourself with a RITZ® Crackers snack and Coke Zero for all your hard work.
Would you ever try this recipe or craft while watching your favorite team take it to the house?