Basketball Madness: Courtside Charm

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Draw in the defense for a simple party score.
 Sacks designed to sport basketball courts add simple charm to any gathering.

Hand craft several for guests to fill with a variety of sweet & salty snack blends.
Borrow a few of my clutch shots for a stellar game social.

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Everyday items step up to the free throw line for a few easy ringers.
The sacks can be purchased from craft stores or super centers.

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Courtside Sacks

Cut the very end of the bag with scissors to create a straight line.

Tip off the design by making the center court circle.
Trace a 1 1/4-inch round cutter in the middle of the bag with a pencil.
Divide the space with a mid court line… swipe the spot with a ruler.

Create the key by boxing out each end with 1 1/4-inch lines using a ruler.
Once the free throw line is added, position the cutter over the center.
Connect half of the free throw circle to the free throw line with the pencil.

Position one of the small circles on the ruler in the center of the box
but close to the end of either side of the bag. Trace the circle with the pencil.
Snip 2 {3/4-inch} pieces of wood from a coffee stir stick.
Secure with old school glue & allow to dry.
Tidy up the sacks with an eraser & discard the bits with a dry brush.

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