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DIY Giant Wood Dice GameContinue to 3 of 15 below.
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DIY Giant Matching Game
Remember Memory? Kids and adults alike will love this giant matching card game that you can bring outdoors. Encourage everyone in your family to take turns flipping over two cards each turn to try and reveal two matching cards, such as two cards with ice cream cones. The person with the most matching cards wins the game!Continue to 4 of 15 below.
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DIY CornholeContinue to 7 of 15 below.
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DIY Giant Jenga
Keep everyone laughing at your backyard BBQ with a homemade giant Jenga game where people can take turns taking one of the giant blocks from the bottom of the tower and trying to place it on the top of the tower without making all the blocks fall down. The large version of this classic game is certain to be one that you will want to reuse over and over again as it is just so much fun to play!Continue to 8 of 15 below.
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DIY Painted Horseshoe Game
Give a facelift to the old horseshoe game you rescued from your parent's basement or discovered at a garage sale. Paint the horseshoes in your favorite colors to give them a fresh new look before you play the game with your friends this summer.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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DIY Lawn Scrabble Game
Challenge your family to a friendly game of Scrabble and then surprise them by taking them out to the backyard. Spell words across your lawn with these huge letter cards made out of masonite. It's a game everyone can enjoy and an affordable DIY to make.Continue to 10 of 15 below.
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DIY Bean Bag Toss Game
Keep your kids entertained in the backyard by DIYing them a simple bean bag toss game where they try to land their bean bags onto the targets to earn points. This easy activity is perfect for young children where you can help encourage their throwing skills. Plus–it only takes a few minutes to make.Continue to 11 of 15 below.
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DIY Bees & Ladybugs Tic-Tac-Toe GameContinue to 12 of 15 below.
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DIY Donut Twister Game
Put everyone's flexibility to the test with a sweets-inspired Twister game that has different flavored donuts as the spots instead of the traditional colored spots of red, yellow, green and blue. Ready to make your own donut Twister game? It is easier than you might expect, as you need only simply download the donut design and print on adhesive vinyl to then stick overtop the spots of your Twister board.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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DIY Potato Sack Race
Race your family to the finish line! Each member of your family can decorate their own potato sack before hosting a family potato sack race in your yard. This great DIY project is perfect to keep your family entertained all weekend long, as they can first work on their artistic talents, and later work on getting some exercise by racing everyone else to the finish line. What are you waiting for? Hop to it!Continue to 14 of 15 below.
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DIY Flamingo Pinata
Pinatas are always a popular activity at parties, so for your next backyard party, try making a bright pink flamingo pinata that will have you thinking about tropical drinks and lazy days in the sun. This fun twist on the standard pinata can double as decor for your party until everyone takes a turn at trying to smash it open for the candy and prizes waiting inside.Continue to 15 of 15 below.
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DIY Water Cup Race
Young kids are sure to love this DIY game. Each person uses a water gun to try and push a plastic cup forward along a rope. This easy-to-make game is perfect for a sunny afternoon outdoors where you can cool off with a water gun fight in between rounds.