Spread a little love this upcoming Valentine's Day with our Conversation Heart Bingo. Players create their own boards by placing their favorite conversation hearts on a standard bingo board. The real fun begins as the caller calls out the different phrases printed on the hearts! It really doesn't matter who wins, because there is enough sweetness to go around for everyone!
This game usually produces more blushing, giggles, and shouts of "no way!" than it does actual winners and losers. However it still offers up tons of enjoyment for the viewers. Two players face off to see who can be the first to munch their way to a marshmallow strung in the middle of a string. Great for a teen gathering where you've got a few brave and daring members.
Here's a great game that promotes teamwork and good lung power! Players work together as a team to pass a piece of paper from one end of the line to the other. The catch? You can only use drinking straws to do so! This game takes patience, practice, and a bit of persistence and gives a positive spin to the phrase: "You suck!"
Here’s a sweet way to test your memory! This sugar-infused memory game challenges players in a couple of ways: can you remember all the items on the tray... and can you keep from eating the game before it’s done? This is a great icebreaker game, with players working together to discover which piece of candy has disappeared from the tray.
You just won't believe the suction power players can achieve with a simple drinking straw, especially when there's candy involved. Players literally become human vacuum cleaners in an effort to score a bit of sweetness.
Catching treats in your mouth is always a fun challenge, and a variety of foods or candies can be used to highlight any theme you choose. Try mini marshmallows for a snowflake catch, or goldfish crackers for a kitty cat challenge. Supervision is required for this game, and small children should not attempt catching items in their mouths.
This version of Truth or Dare is just a bit sweeter than the original. By incorporating a bit of candy into the mix, kids get to determine the amount of sugar they ingest by the number of truths or dares they are able to withstand. A time limit is set as well, which keeps the sweet freaks in line.
Duck Tape Roses transform ordinary pens and pencils into awesome floral works of art. Once you get the basic concept you can make them as simple or elaborate as you wish. Combine them with our duct tape carnation and sunflower to create an absolutely beautiful bouquet.
Tissue paper flowers are lovely decor for any celebratory occasion. Whether you're having a fiesta, enjoying the spring, or looking to make a cute gift, tissue paper flowers are sure to make a BIG impression!
Turn leftover party napkins into a beautiful flower with ease. Napkins can make wonderful flowers to decorate any room for any party. Making them can also keep you and your children entertained for hours!
Dress up with duct tape! You can create fun, colorful accessories using just the sticky stuff and a few other items. This tutorial will not only show you how to make a pendant and matching ring, but also teach you the technique you can use to make anything you like!