As the final post of the month highlighting bingo cards, I have two layouts and some family game night coasters. I just love the bingo craft cards! There are so many ways to weave them into designs and use them for altered projects.
My first layout is to honor a very special high school graduate and colleague’s son. I made this layout for a shadow box for his mom and dad to have at their home. I also did a complete football themed graduation album for this athletic young man. The layout features twirly twine in red, vintage buttons, tinted tape and paper from the family fun line. I love how all these elements came together to create a very masculine page.
This second layout features a 1940s photo of my grandma. The background paper is again from the Family Fun line, as is the great paper doll. The tag has twirly twine, more elements cut from the Family Fun line. The photo appears to be taped down with aged Tinted Tape. I added a bingo card and lots of vintage elements. I love this photo of my grandma, which was taken shortly after they immigrated to the United States from England in the late 1940s.
My final project was to make some coasters for family game night. This super quick project uses Bingo Cards, Elements from the Family Fun line, glitter glue and clear contact paper. It is easy as one-two-three to get these super cute coasters.
1. Chose bingo cards and images.
2. Adhere images and decorate with glitter glue or other embellishments of your choice
3. Cover both sides of the bingo card with clear contact paper (shelf-liner) overlapping the edges by 1/4 inch all the way around. AND BINGO! Family game night coasters!
Thanks for taking a look!