For my daughters birthday she wants Dinosaurs and tutus (later I will post more with the tutus) and this is my spin on the Pin the Tail on the Donkey which you can basically do with anything their little heart desires!
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Step 1: Something Old....
I grabbed an old corkboard we had (You can also use a magnetic board and some scrap paper instead of cork and paint) I painted it with white primer, around 5 coats because the flowers were so bright.
Step 2: The Hats
While my corkboard was drying I used white construction paper to cut out little hat shapes (template I found online for free) and colored one side with marker. Then I laminated them and attached dollar store flat head thumb tacks ( just a tip, put them on the top of the hat otherwise they will swing on there own around).
Step 3: Making Dino
Sorry I don't have a picture of this step! I used my daughters favorite dinosaur and hand drew the shape onto freezer paper. With a crafting knife I cut it out and attached my stencil onto my completely dry corkboard. I used grey acrylic paint and sponged the dino also utilizing a small paintbrush around the edges for straight lines. Now we have a perfect party game that I made out of everything I already had at home spending only a $1 for the tacks! Thanks for letting me share!
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