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Bean Bag Toss

Terry Ricioli Designs
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January 3, 2018
Bean Bag Toss

Rain and snow can keep the kids indoors, but this fun game can help keep them occupied, and, when the weather is better, it can be used outdoors, too.  Arrange the pans farther apart for the older kids. You'll need: 3" Joy® iron-on numbers, 1 - 6. (Numbers are available in different sizes and colors, individually or in sheets.) 

Foil cake or pie pans 9" x 12" Felt.  One for each pan Double-sided tape or glue Scissors For bean bags:  sewing machine and thread, beans, pinking shears Instructions: 1. Trace the bottom of the foil pan on the felt close to one end of the rectangle and cut out.  Use the excess felt to create a bean bag. 2. Use an iron to adhere a number to the center of each piece of felt, or glue in place then glue or tape the felt circle inside the pan. 3. Cut squares from the remaining felt.  Sew two squares together leaving a small hole.  Fill with beans then stitch closed.  Use pinking scissors around the edges if desired.

You can find a selection of Joy® iron-on numbers and letters at your local craft stores.

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