How to DIY a Tic Tac Toe Game in 15 Minutes
Summer is here which means road trips, games, and when I was a kid – camping! I love carrying on these traditions with my family, especially if it means unplugging and getting back to nature. I have created a simple how-to DIY a Tic Tac Toe Game from a burlap sack so the kids can play where ever we may go. Get the kiddos involved in creating this project for some fun family time!
Create a Travel Tic Tac Toe Game in 15 Minutes!
This project is a part of the Craft Lighting Burlap Week where we are sharing 15-minute crafts you can make at home. If you missed any of the creativity, be sure to catch up with Craft Lightning Day One and scroll to the bottom of this post for more ideas.
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Here's what you will need to create a DIY Travel Tic Tac Toe Game:
- Burlap Drawstring Bag – mine is 4″ by 6″
- Americana Paints by DecoArt – I love this sampler pack!
- Americana Dura Clear Varnish by DecoArt
- River Rocks – 12 small and flat
- Painters Tape
- Paint Brush #4 Flat
- Palette – I like to use a small paper plate
- Paper Towels
- Cardboard – a scrap to put inside the burlap bag
Here's how to create a Tic Tac Toe Game in 15 Minutes:
Measure and lightly sketch grid on to burlap bag. Place cardboard scrap inside the bag so the paint doesn't seep through to the other side. Apply painters tape to create two vertical lines 1/4″ wide each. Apply Lavender paint, remove the tape, and let dry. Repeat with horizontal lines, let dry.
Paint X's on six rocks with Laguna paint, let dry and apply a second coat, if necessary. Paint O's on six rocks with Sour Apple paint, let dry and apply a second coat, if necessary.
TIP: If you just need a small amount of paint use the paint bottle lid as your palette.
Once the paint is dry, apply two coats of Dura Clear Varnish, letting rocks dry between coats. This will seal the paint onto the rocks and prevent chipping.
Fill the bag with the rocks to travel and then set the game up anywhere to play! Mix and match the paint colors you have on hand to personalize your DIY a Tic Tac Toe Game.
I was super excited to be contacted by the blog Apartment Therapy for my DIY a Tic Tac Toe Game to be featured in a round-up blog post of the Best Outdoor Games to Play in your Backyard. Click through to check out all the fun games that my fellow designers created.
I love the brights pops of vibrant colors against the natural burlap and rocks! Have the kiddos collect rocks from their travels to make this game an extra special keepsake. This DIY a Tic Tac Toe Game is so quick and easy that you can let the kiddos help paint and create it!
More 15 Minute Burlap Crafts!
Today is Day 2 of our week-long series featuring burlap crafts you can create in 15 minutes!
Debra from Making Celebrating has created an elegant Burlap Flower Banner for her back door.
The perfect Wedding gift is this Burlap Monogram Sign by Practically Functional.
Natalie from Doodlecraft has created a lovely Framed Vintage Button Heart.
Learn how to easily Apply Vinyl on Burlap with Amy from Leap of Faith Crafting.
Our host, Angie from the Country Chic Cottage has created this fun Personalized Beverage Tub in just minutes.
All the Burlap inspiration is here!
I really do love creating with burlap, how about you? Upcycle a Burlap Vase and Woven Burlap Farmhouse Basket and Pom Pom and Burlap Ice Cream Cone Necklace and Coastal Inspired Burlap Decor Click on your favorite and start crafting!
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10 thoughts on “How to DIY a Tic Tac Toe Game in 15 Minutes”
So cute Beth! Thanks for joining!
Love ur ideas. Thanx for sharing!!!! Tina M Emory Tx
Thank you, Tina!!
I love this! Now I can’t wait until my grandkids visit, so we can make one together. I saw this on the Simple Homestead Blog Hop!
Thanks Julie! Collecting the rocks is fun too!
This on the go tick tac toe game is such a cute idea. My four year old loves playing with me and would think this is the coolest. I am going to make one with her. She likes doing crafts too. Thanks for sharing and have a fabulous week.
YES! All of my nieces and nephews LOVE tick-tack toe, so I used to keep this in my purse!
This is SO clever! Who doesn’t love tic-tac-toe. . . but a super-cute, portable way to play? Awesome!
Thanks so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!
YAY, Richella! Thank you for the feature and have an excellent week!
Brilliant on so many levels! Featuring when link party opens.