Upcycled Tic Tac Toe

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With Summer on the horizon it was time to start thinking of things to do with the kids. Between my family and the neighbors kids they like board games and arts and crafts. So when I accepted THE “CENT-SATIONAL SALVAGE” CHALLENGE I knew I wanted to combine upcycling, board games and arts and crafts. In the challenge I was tasked with transforming a common item found at my local Habitat for Humanity Restore center into something "cent-sational." All this for no more than $15. April's featured building materials were kitchen utensils. Upcycling is a passion of mine and I had fun with this challenge. I was able to allow my creative juices to flow.
While out shopping my my Restore Center I found these gems for $3! Yea Baby! Who's down for a game of Upcycled Tic-Tac-Toe
A creative spin on the classic game of Tic Tac Toe
All you need is a cutting board, disposable appetizer forks and spoons, tape and paint.
After washing the cutting board, I sanded away the grim and nasty from the old cutting board. I've gotta admit this part made me go Ewwwwww!!
make off the board for the game with tape and stickers.
And peel away.
No one's beating me at my own game this summer. :)
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  • Debbie Dessen Debbie Dessen on Oct 21, 2018

    Great idea, but the final product leaves quite a few steps missing. A little frustrating.

  • Flipturn Flipturn on Jul 07, 2021

    Store the 'game pieces' in a little fabric drawstring bag, then attach to the board through the hole with a round carbiner clip.