"Backyard Ker-Plunk". I made this DIY Ker-Plunk game by upcycling an old end table I found on craigslist. We wrapped some chicken wire around the top, stapled it in place to secure, and voila! Homemade Ker-plunk! We got the wooden dowels at Home Depot and I found the ball pit balls on craigslist. But of course, you can get them at Walmart or Toys R Us. It's a ton of fun!
Need an activity for kids that will keep them busy for hours? This easy homemade playdough recipe has been tested by thousands of moms and kids all across the world. It works! This play dough is quick and easy (it takes less than 10 minutes to make) and it’s non-toxic and cheaper than the store bought stuff!
Cunliffe Version of Yard Yahtzee from a pin we saw.. Used a 4X4 cedar wood from Home Depot, a wood burner with circle attachment from a craft store, buckets from dollar store used my Cricut with dollar store vinyl to make the yard Yahtzee sticker for the buckets. I made up a large Yahtzee scoreboard in Photoshop and had it printed for only $3.00 as a blueprint Put it in a poster frame from Walmart only $9.99. Attached dry erase pen and eraser using sticky velcro. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL CUNLIFFE…
Lady Bird & Bumble Bee Tic-Tac-Toe game - hand paint rocks and a tree stump for a home made outdoor game. Durable, low cost, fun + garden art! More creative ideas @ themicrogardener.... | The Micro Gardener