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Making your deck a GAMEBOARD!

Among all of the hundreds of things that I love to do I have to say that spending time with my family is NUMBER ONE. So let me share with all of you one of the latest activities that we did together in our backyard. I call this.... OUR GIANT GAME BOARD. These are the basic items that I used:...
  • Hayes Ells

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  • Alice Murphy-Beeson

    Turn the deck into a massive game board Board games are a lot more fun when you can actually be the game piece. The 36th Avenue converted its deck into a game board with a giant pair of dice — how fun!

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  • Christan Resz

    Outdoor Board Game. This gives me an idea for a life size board game, where the kids get to actually be the pieces.

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