Monday, January 11, 2016

A football DIY, RITZ® Crackers, and Coke-Zero.

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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 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? 


Sarabeth McElhaney said...

This is SO cute!

Nicole Elliott said...

This is adorable and I started laughing when I read your instructions :D That snack sounds sooo good, too! ~ client