When I allowed myself to talk myself into purchasing the Bingo Bits and Bingo Card stamp sets I promised we would put them to good use. So, we’ve used them at workshops, we’ve used them on cards and wrapping, we used them at the Christmas party and yesterday, I put them to more good use! My son’s 1st grade class all stamped bingo cards and we played a grand game of Bingo together at their Christmas party!
I’ve done pretty well at using the set, however, I decided it’s always good to another good use out of them! So, instead of purchasing an item from the Dollar Tree for Micah gift to exchange in class, I went to work. I stamped 8 of these bingo boards (all different of course) . . .
And I punched lots of stars from Cherry Cobbler and Wild Wasabi cardstock . . .
And I used the Bingo Bits along with the 1″ and 1 1/4″ circle punches . . .
To make a Bingo game set! Here’s the completed set. I used our cellophane bags, the Scallop Trim Border punch and some Hodgepodge Hardware to package the game. I felt it was kind of a shame to have to wrap it up in wrapping paper after making such a cute package!
I am in the process of making a game for our family to play too. I have all the bits and pieces, I just need to decide if I’m going to do the fancy packaging! In case you’re wondering how I did it . . .
I used a folded piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock to envelope the front and back pieces of each cellophane bag. You can see in this picture that all I need to do is squeeze the sides and the bag opens to reveal the contents. To help keep the contents inside, I used a Hodgepodge Hardware brad on the front as well as the back. I tied some string to the brad at the back and simply brought the string around to the front and wrapped it around the front brad multiple times.
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