Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Homemade Twister


For one of the kids' presents this year, I made a homemade Twister game.



To make your own, you'll need: 

homemade spinner 
(on card stock with brad and spinner from an old game),

4 colors of acrylic craft paint, plate to trace circles 10 inches or less,

brush

and a painting drop cloth about 6 feet by 4 feet.

1) First, I washed the drop cloth and hemmed the cut edges.

2) I laid out plates to see where about each circle should be laid. Initially I planned to tape off a grid, but opted for approximations instead. Then I traced around each plate.

3) Next, I painted, using one color at a time to complete all circles. This was when I painted the spinner too. After the paint was dry, I went through and touched up any spaces that needed it. 

4) Then we were ready for some twister.

5) When you're finished, just roll up. Be sure that the paint is completely dry and that it does not touch the other painting when rolling. Then Store.




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10 comments:

MrsYub said...

I love watching Twista, but I can;t play it because it takes me too long to work out my left from my right, LOL!!

Bethany said...

That is a common issue here too! :)

Jennifer aGlimpseOfOurLife said...

Fun! I like your addition of purple.

Bethany said...

I went through the paints I already had....so purple it was. :)

Angela said...

This looks like so much fun! I never thought to make my own. :)

Laura Flaute said...

The little man looks like he is having fun! Great idea!

Bethany said...

It worked out really nicely. And only took a few hours.

Leah Courtney said...

This is very cute! I've never thought of homemade Twister.

Trish Hackett said...

fun!!!

Bethany said...

It was not very difficult to make and the kids really enjoy it.

Laura---Li loves the twister game and his Poppa made castle too!

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