I am so that you are here today. I LOVE the Fourth of July. It’s one of my favorite days of the whole year. Not only is it about celebrating our country, but it means family and tradition, summer fun and barbeques, it means blackberry cobbler and fireworks. I will be sharing with you how to create one of our favorite yard games, Yahtzee. Cone on, I’ll show you how I made it.
One of our favorite family traditions is to decorate one of our vintage cars and drive through the parade. We get to the parade route early to line up and decorate our car. The anticipation grows as more people come. We usually have two to three generations in the car as we drive along the parade route. I love the small town that hosts the parade, it means so much to me. It’s where we raised our kids, there are stories at every corner. I love the streets lined with cheering people dressed in their favorite patriotic attire. I love the kids giddy to catch the candy that we are throwing into the crowd. I love that so much of our family comes to the parade each year to cheer us on. I love the connection with my family as we drive along and the laughter that we share.
I love family bbq’s and the games that follow. Today, I will be sharing with you how to create one of our favorite yard games, Yahtzee. The dice are so easy to make.
I started with a 4″x4″ post. They are called a 4″x 4″ post, but actually they measure 3 1/2″x 3 1/2″. So, I measure and cut the post at 3 1/2″, creating a cube.
Then I sprayed painted all sides of the dice.
I found a Yahtzee scorecard printable here. I clipped the scorecards onto a clipboard and I tied on a pen with a ribbon.
It looks so cute and it will get many hours of use this summer.
Hugs and Blessings to you,