4th of July Game: Balloon Darts | Richmond Moms

 

Looking for 4th of July fun? Try this DIY Dart Game from The Local Moms Network contributor, Maria Provenzano, Lifestyle + DIY Expert of Hallmark’s Home and Family and founder of From Scratch with Maria Provenzano.

 

 

DIY Patriotic Dart Game

 

Supplies:

  • Large foam board
  • Paint; red/white/blue
  • Pins to hold the balloons to the board
  • Darts/ preferably red, white, and/or blue
  • Painter’s tape

 

 

Instructions:

  1. Paint the foam boards in desired colors; if you want to make clean lines for stripes, use painter’s tape to evenly space out the stripes and paint
  2. Remove painter’s tape when dry
  3. Blow up balloons, and attach them to the board with a pin at the bottom
  4. Use the darts to pop the balloons

 

 

 

For more DIY fun from Maria:

DIY Kids Lego Soap From Scratch
https://www.fromscratchwithmaria.com/blog/diy-soap

Homemade Lavender Lemonade
https://www.fromscratchwithmaria.com/blog/homemade-lavender-lemonade-1

 

 

 

For more 4th of July inspiration from Maria:

 

American Flag Giant Sugar Cookie Cake
https://www.fromscratchwithmaria.com/blog/american-flag-sugar-cookie-cake 

Best Ever July 4th S’mores on a Stick
https://www.fromscratchwithmaria.com/blog/smores-stick-hallmark-channels-home-family

Red, White & Blue Frozen Yogurt Bark
https://www.fromscratchwithmaria.com/blog/3-freezer-friendly-healthy-treats

 

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