Easy Football Tablescape

 

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

Hello My Crafty Spot readers! It is Lindsay from My Creative Days back to share an easy football tablescape with you! A couple of weekends ago, our big state rival football game was played. It is a game we never miss. The Iowa State Cyclones were taking on the Iowa Hawkeyes. We live closer to “Hawkeye country”, but we are HUGE Cyclone fans so this is a big game for us.

This year, I decided to put together an easy football tablescape for the game. I only used things that I already had on hand so it didn’t cost any money. This way, I have to be more creative with what I have.

I used a green cloth across the table and used white chalk to write on it.

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

 

I wrote the team names in the “end zones” on the cloth.

ball3

 

Cyclone colors are red and gold so I tried to use that color scheme with the rest of the “props”. I made a menu from a wood easel that I spray painted red and a small chalkboard.

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

I made a red tissue flower that I thought looked like a cheerleaders pom-pom. I put some yellow pom-poms inside just to add more color.

ball7

 

I used small milk bottles and some wine corks to make the anchors for the garland.

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

 

I made the garland with wood skewers, red twine and washi-tape. I tied the twine to the skewers and then made “flags” by folding the washi-tape in half over the twine. I cut the ends of the washi-tape to look more like flags.

 

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

This tablescape came together in under 30 minutes and it really brought the Cyclone feel to our football gathering.

 

I love decorating for parties. It doesn’t have to cost a lot of money or take a lot of time to add a little “flair” to any get-together you are hosting.

The following two tabs change content below.
Lindsay is mom to Landen and Gabrielle, wife to Matt and blogger at My Creative Ways. She loves to be creative in her day, her home and with her kids. She is obsessed with old wood, rusty treasures and everything in between. Finding frugal and creative ways to decorate her home, create a fabulous craft or activity with her kids is a passion of hers. She is new to the blogging world and is having a lot of fun sharing her projects and ideas. She loves to read comments from readers who have found inspiration from visiting her site. Come by and check out what she is creating today!

Latest posts by Lindsay Eidahl (see all)

Comments

  1. Congrats on being featured on The Wednesday Roundup Link Party this past week! Not only are you featured but also pinned to our features pinterest board {http://www.pinterest.com/anglemoine/the-wednesday-roundup-features/}… we’d love to have you stop by again this coming Wednesday! ~Angela @ LeMoine Family Kitchen

ps_menu_class_0ps_menu_class_1

Easy Football Tablescape

 

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

Hello My Crafty Spot readers! It is Lindsay from My Creative Days back to share an easy football tablescape with you! A couple of weekends ago, our big state rival football game was played. It is a game we never miss. The Iowa State Cyclones were taking on the Iowa Hawkeyes. We live closer to “Hawkeye country”, but we are HUGE Cyclone fans so this is a big game for us.

This year, I decided to put together an easy football tablescape for the game. I only used things that I already had on hand so it didn’t cost any money. This way, I have to be more creative with what I have.

I used a green cloth across the table and used white chalk to write on it.

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

 

I wrote the team names in the “end zones” on the cloth.

ball3

 

Cyclone colors are red and gold so I tried to use that color scheme with the rest of the “props”. I made a menu from a wood easel that I spray painted red and a small chalkboard.

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

I made a red tissue flower that I thought looked like a cheerleaders pom-pom. I put some yellow pom-poms inside just to add more color.

ball7

 

I used small milk bottles and some wine corks to make the anchors for the garland.

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

 

I made the garland with wood skewers, red twine and washi-tape. I tied the twine to the skewers and then made “flags” by folding the washi-tape in half over the twine. I cut the ends of the washi-tape to look more like flags.

 

Easy Football Tablescape mycreativedays.com

This tablescape came together in under 30 minutes and it really brought the Cyclone feel to our football gathering.

 

I love decorating for parties. It doesn’t have to cost a lot of money or take a lot of time to add a little “flair” to any get-together you are hosting.

The following two tabs change content below.
Lindsay is mom to Landen and Gabrielle, wife to Matt and blogger at My Creative Ways. She loves to be creative in her day, her home and with her kids. She is obsessed with old wood, rusty treasures and everything in between. Finding frugal and creative ways to decorate her home, create a fabulous craft or activity with her kids is a passion of hers. She is new to the blogging world and is having a lot of fun sharing her projects and ideas. She loves to read comments from readers who have found inspiration from visiting her site. Come by and check out what she is creating today!

Latest posts by Lindsay Eidahl (see all)

  1. Angela says:

    Congrats on being featured on The Wednesday Roundup Link Party this past week! Not only are you featured but also pinned to our features pinterest board {http://www.pinterest.com/anglemoine/the-wednesday-roundup-features/}… we’d love to have you stop by again this coming Wednesday! ~Angela @ LeMoine Family Kitchen

Comments are closed.