Big Game Themed Snack Ideas

It’s almost Super Bowl time. You have less than two weeks to prepare if you are hosting party to cheer for your team during Super Bowl XLIX. There’s something about this game that gathers friends and family together. So what are you planning to do? Make everything football themed of course! From decorations, to drinks and playtime grub. It would be fun and it’ll give you and your guests more boost to cheer!

Big Game Themed Snack Ideas

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Are you ready for the big game? It can be as simple as cheese, ham, and crackers. Football mason jars look so cool as well. Make time to prepare for because whether you team wins or loses, everyone will surely have a great time. And that is what they will remember more.

Libbey Mason Jar


Make Your Own Marbled Phone Case

We are just into “watercolor effect” recently. There is something so classic and wonderful about how it turns out. You can make it from your home and not just on your tableware but on accessories as well. Turn those plain-looking household things into fun and more appealing objects. You just need a few materials for this craft.

Make Your Own Marbled Phone Case

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It’s so cool, right? You can easily use your old nail polish and phone casing. What a way to give it a makeover.

Nail Art Set

Pretty Watercolor Tableware DIY

Will you be hosting a party soon? One of the dilemmas that some people face when they are expecting to have some friends or family over is having a nice matching cutlery and plates for the event. When what you have are just plain plates that look uninteresting on your dinner table, turn into fun and appealing tableware.

Pretty Watercolour Tableware DIY

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We just love how the watercolor craft turned out. They are so pretty and colorful. You can get some porcelain paint and paint brush and start crafting.

Porcelaine 150 China Paint Set

No-Sew Round Braided Rug With Old T-Shirts

We sometimes keep old shirts even though we don’t use them anymore. Then, we either hand them down to your siblings or give them away to charity. But sometimes, they are already too old and torn that you’d be ashamed even with the thought of giving them to someone. So what do you do rather than throwing them in the trash? Make a rug out of them.

No-Sew Round Braided Rug With Old T-Shirts

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What a way to re-use old clothes. And it looks really nice and functional as well. If you want to secure it firmly, you can sew it. Or, you can use a fusible interfacing and use Polycrylic spray as protection.

Iron-On Fusible Interfacing