Time for a Super Bowl Party

I got roped into throwing a last minute Super Bowl party, and I'm scrambling a bit for what to make, do, craft, etc. I'm going with the traditional menu of high-caloric, greasy foods that includes wings, Lipton's onion dip, and my husband's Saltine Surprise (basically, it's milk chocolate melted over buttered saltine crackers—he's famous for it). But I refuse to accept a cheesy aesthetic that can be bought at Party City (not that I have anything against the amazing party superstore). So here's my attempt at a tastefully crafted Super Bowl soiree!

Super-bowl-table-topI have to cover my table with something, so why not make a little football field? I'll probably go with brown butcher paper, white tape, and white sticker numbers since I have all of those on hand. Photo via Parents.com.

 

Superbowl_coasters1Unless you have enough beer koozies for everyone, coasters are a must. I love that I can download these chic, vintage designs from Design*Sponge. Designed by Fawnsberg.

 

Super-bowl-puppetsAnd this might be the cutest Super Bowl craft to date. Make your own little "finger" finger puppets in the team colors for the kids. By the talented Kendra Smoot for Holidash.

I will never claim to be a sports fan, but I throw a mean party. Enjoy!

February 1, 2013| DIY Home, Everyday Crafts, Food, Parties


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