Sunday, October 25, 2009


For a fun game night at church, we got $1 metal gift card boxes, sanded the tops, and painted them black. It took two coats, and then a quick spray of sealer.

The Cricut was set with the adjustments set at 3/4 inch for the pumpkins and cats, and then we adjusted the pressure to LOW and cut 3/4 inch vinyl squares to create the playing board, which was adhered to the top of the metal boxes.

Here are the cats and pumpkins with faces drawn on with micron pens and Sakura Souffle' pens.

Each had a small piece of adhesive backed magnet on the back so it could be played on the front of the game box.

Naturally, IT'S A CAT'S GAME!! Bwahahahahahahahaha!!!

The blank space is fun for writing the owner's name, or staging the pieces while you wait .

I plan to do these for Christmas, too....won't they be darling Stocking Stuffers?

Enjoy, and Happy Crafting ~


Amy's Stocking Stuffers said...

How cute! I can see that would work well with a Christmas-themed game too!

Jessie said...

Love it Betty! What a fun idea :) TFS

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Beth said...

Oh Ms Betty this is just too cute and ingenious.