Emoji Tic Tac Toe Game

Tic Tac Toe, an all-time classic game.  Simple and easy, anyone can play.

Summer time is winding down and my kids are getting a little restless.  They are excited for school to start but also don’t want to give up the lazy days of summer vacation.  The other day my daughter and I put down our cell phones and I asked her if she wanted to play tic tac toe.  To my surprise, she said yes.  Of course, we played the old fashioned way. I thought it would be fun to create a tic tac toe game we could use over and over again.

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You will only need a few things to create this project.  It’s about 15 minutes from start to finish, plus dry time.

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Birch Value Bag, 20 pack

Basswood Canvas – 8X8

Permanent Marker

Glue

Foam Brush

1.5-inch Paper Punch

Ruler

  1. I found these great emoji images online and printed them out.
  2. Using a paper punch, punch out your emojis.  We used a 1.5-inch paper punch.Emoji 4
  3. Adhere the glue to the wooden birch circles, add your emojis.  And let dry.Emjoi 3
  4. Mark up the wooden canvas into equal parts.  Draw lines with a permanent marker.Emoji 5
  5. Play tic tac toe!Emoji 4 (1)

Thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to check out the Walnut Hollow Instagram for more inspiration and ideas!  And also visit Walnut Hollow for all of your wood surfaces, tools, and accessories.  I can’t wait to share my project next month!  See you then.

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Tisa is always laughing, creating stationery and blogging in her studio in Texas. She blogs about life at Just My Little Mess. She loves to create DIY projects and share about her not so perfect running life. She loves anything and everything paper and also finding ways to make someone’s day brighter. When she’s not making a huge mess crafting, she loves to hang out in cute local shops, travel and long runs with friends. Tisa love’s coffee and 100% sure it loves her back. Tisa is married to her best friend and a mother of two.

 

Farmhouse Style Welcome Sign

The ‘Fixer Upper’ or farmhouse style is extremely trendy right now.  I love this look and love looking at all the decor that goes along with this style.  Although I find my style just a tad bit more modern, I do find myself completely drawn to the farmhouse style or ‘old fashioned’ as my husband would say.   I’ve seen so many entry signs and I thought it would be extremely fun to create one myself.  This will go in my new entry.

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You only need a few things to create this project, so let’s get started.

Supplies

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– chalk paint, select your favorite colors

– 3 Walnut Hollow 12×12 wood panels

– foam brush

– stencil or cut vinyl

– permanent glue

I love the Walnut Hollow wooden panels, however, I  wanted a panel a little larger. So, I glued three 12X12 panels together, this work out perfect.

1 – Paint two coats of chalk paint on the wooden panels.  Let dry.

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2 – Glue the panels together using wood or permanent glue.  Let dry over night.

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3 – Skip this step if you have a premade stencil.  Create and cute a word or quote using a personal cutting machine using vinyl.

4 – Place stencil or vinyl onto the wooden panel.

5 – Paint

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6 – Remove the stencil or vinyl

7 – (optional) Lightly sand and hang.

Thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to check out the Walnut Hollow Instagram for more inspiration and ideas!  And also visit Walnut Hollow for all of your wood surfaces, tools, and accessories.

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IMG_7238 edit 1Tisa is always laughing, creating stationery and blogging in her studio in Texas. She blogs about life at Just My Little Mess. She loves to create DIY projects and share about her not so perfect running life. She loves anything and everything paper and also finding ways to make someone’s day brighter. When she’s not making a huge mess crafting, she loves to hang out in cute local shops, travel and long runs with friends. Tisa love’s coffee and 100% sure it loves her back. Tisa is married to her best friend and a mother of two.

 

 

Tropical Birch Round Wall Sconce

Tropical Wall Sconce Tutorial by Dana Tatar

I’m always on the hunt for creative ways to inject my living space with color, especially during the bright and warm Summer months. I’m working on turning my back deck into a tropical oasis. I had a lot of fun … Continue reading