ring toss DIY

This project was full of surprises for me.  The good & pleasant kind.

First, I was able to DIY with the adorable young lady in the video, Coco.  Love creating with other people.  Especially little people.  So sweet.

Second, the ring toss project was a last minute addition/change and I felt a little dubious about it, but it all came together with ease.

Thirdly, Coco and the adults had a blast playing ringtoss.  A total crowd pleaser!

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A great way to add some fun & charm to your 4th of July celebration, or any other outdoor BBQ style get together.

If you have any questions or comments about the tutorial, let us know in the comments below…  & don’t forget to pin!

xo . rae

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5 Responses to ring toss DIY

  1. Bri March 29, 2014 at #

    What type of rope did you use?

    • rae April 5, 2014 at #

      hey bri! not sure the specifics, but it’s a thicker twine (that holds it’s shape) i found at office depot!

  2. Jeannette July 21, 2014 at #

    Hi! I am having trouble making a ring toss score card. I am making it for my little sisters sweet 16 party. Can you give me your suggestions, please.
    :) The ring toss is going to be used with many wine bottles set in a rectangular box. I have not yet put points on the bottles because the box covers the front of them. The only thing that shows is the skinny part of the wine bottles and the top to them.

    Thank you! :)

    • Jeannette July 21, 2014 at #

      Thank you!

  3. Sharon February 9, 2016 at #

    My nephew is going to have carnival theme party this year.. This is a great idea..

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