Game Day Crafts 101: Play Call Tailgating Sacks

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Stuff ‘Em

Kick-off football season with a pre-game homemade craft.
Adorable tailgating sacks will prove to be No. 1 contenders all season long.
Fill with fan-favorite sweet or savory game day munchies.

Be certain they’re in your starting lineup.
Miniature wooden letters & a little card stock go long…
Try this effortless, festive way to break the huddle & score big style points.

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{helpful advice}

How To Make Play Call Tailgating Sacks

A ruler & scissors come in handy for this easy idea. 
Follow my tips & advice to pull it off.

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Play Call Tailgating Sacks

Mix & match is the name of the game.
It doesn’t take much to make an impact on a table of delicious treats.
Make as many or as few as you’d like to kick-off game day socials flawlessly.

The Technique

Pick up 4 x 6-inch brown paper sacks at craft stores.
Cut 1 3/4-inch x 6-inch strips of paper from green card stock.
Attach the strips to the center of the sacks with old-school glue.

Position a miniature X & an O wooden letter near the top of the sack.
Attach with old school glue using a small craft brush.
Allow to dry before using.

Cut 1 3/4-inch x 6-inch strips of paper from green gingham card stock.
Attach the wooden letters, if desired, or leave them blank for a simple contrasting look.
Let guests stuff the sacks with tempting snack time munchies.

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