After making my Valentine’s Day Tealights using the table scatter from Target, I still had lots of Xs and Os left over. It only took me a second to realize that these pieces were perfect for playing Tic-Tac-Toe! And, by putting the pieces in a little zippered pouch that doubles as a game board, this game is ultra-portable.
Tic-Tac-Toe is fun to play… and you could probably make a similar game board using washers and tile spacers from the hardware store. You could spray-paint them to match your color scheme, or find some cute “tools” fabric to make a hardware-inspired game board for any time of the year. The different ways you can play with ideas are limitless!
Comments & Reviews
Claire Jain says
That is so cute! These table scatter Xs & Os are so versatile!
Wendys Hat says
Really cute idea! I want one!
You DIYers make these things look so easy but I know it would take me days to complete! 🙂 Cute project!
Kim @CoffeePotChronicles.com says
Yea, what Stefanie said. It loos so easy and so adorable but I just don’t seem to have the knack for crafts. I can make a mean popsicle stick box though! LOL
Just Me says
That looks super easy but I know I could never do it myself…when will mine be ready for pickup? Just kidding, sort of.
Wow, this is so adorable. One of my readers just shared this post with me, and I love it. Would love if you woul dshrae this at my Made for You Monday link up http://www.clipwithpurpose.com/?p=8933
I loved your Tic Tac Toe pouch and have included it in a round up of awesome ways to play the game…thanks for the great tutorial!
Here’s the link