It might still be the season for sun tea and swatting mosquitoes, but summer’s high noon is passing quickly. With kickoff just around the corner, it will be time for pumpkin lattes, school supply shopping and weekend tailgates before too long. As you begin planning your game day gatherings and tailgate details, we’re bringing you a few easy yet elegant decor and craft ideas to make this season the most beautiful yet! Enjoy!
Paula Deen gives us this inspiration for a beautiful game day centerpiece that looks intricate, but is incredibly simple to comprise. Fill a large glass cylinder with textured scrapbook paper (that resembles a pigskin) and adorn the piece with a floral arrangement of your choice, and viola! You have an elegant and festive centerpiece to wow your party guests.
It’s amazing how a piece of chalkboard, a few X’s and O’s and beer bottle serving labels can really spice up a football party table setting. An incredibly simple craft that will surely add a festive touch for your NFL kickoff party, Super Bowl bash or any game in-between.
The kids always request a noisemaker of some sort at every game. (And let’s face it, the rambunctious sideline accessories are a hit with adults too) Instead of purchasing a noisemaker this season, get crafty with recycled water bottles and dyed rice and beans — you can even enlist the help of the kids!
This statement-making centerpiece is surprisingly simple to construct. All you need is a quick trip to the florist for the grass (live grass gives it a more sophisticated feel than faux blades) and some plastic figurines from a party supply store, and you have a go-to centerpiece for every game day party or tailgate.
We love this festive cutlery holder for any sort of game day celebration, from tailgate to backyard barbecue. The architect of this craft simply painted a mason jar brown and topped it off with a bright red ribbon…Easy as 1,2,3.
You don’t need to pull out the sewing machine for this trendy fabric decoration from Celebrations. Simply purchase and shred fabric in your team colors and/or logo and tie the pieces to one long strand of rope.