Thursday, June 26, 2008

JustRite B-I-N-G-O

Here we are on day four and Jen's got family fun spelled out B-I-N-G-O. What a clever way to use the JustRite Stampers Number set. Enjoy!

Today my focus is on family fun and getting the kiddos involved. Growing up, I craved going to my friend’s houses and having game nights. Bingo was always a favorite, so for this project I created my very own Bingo game board and personalized Bingo chips.

To create this game board, I took a piece of white cardstock measuring 7.5” x 11”. I scalloped the top edges for decorative appeal. The squares measure 1.5” square and were measured out and marked with a ruler. I then took a straight edge and connected the dots. This could also be done on the computer, if one does not want to take on that task. I used the Large Number Set with the DIY Monogram Stamper Kit to stamp all the numbers. The center was then marked “FREE” with the Small Letter set.

The game pieces were created with the Small Round Monogram Stamper Kit. I stamped out several letter “B”s and then punched them out with a 1.25” round punch. You can make these personal to a name or you can spell out B-I-N-G-O. A fun note about this project is that each family member can create their own board and pieces and when they are not in use, they store nicely in a shirt box.

Thanks for visiting and make sure you come back tomorrow for my final day as the JustRite Stampers Guest Blogger.

Jen del Muro
JustRite Stampers Guest Blogger

Stamps: Large Round Monogram Stamper, Large Times New Roman Numbers, Small Letter Set, Small Round Monogram Stamper (JustRite Stampers)
Ink: Basic Black (Stampin’ Up!)
Paper: Stamper’s Select White (Papertrey Ink); DP from K&Co.
Other: Red Tag Alphabet for Cuttlebug (Provo Craft), Small Corner Rounder Punch- to create scallop border (Stampin’ Up!), Ruler, Black Pen, 1.25” circle punch (EK Success)


Kathleen said...

What a great idea---thanks so much for sharing!

Liz said...

Jen, you are a creative genious. I love seeing everything that you do. I have learned so much from you, especially using the copic markers.

corinnesomerville said...

This is such a great idea !

Amy Sheffer said...

Too cute! What a great idea!