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I’ll be frank with you: I don’t know a whole lot about football, but that has never stopped me from partaking in all the activities Sunday football has to offer: yummy snacks, fun games and of course hosting a party! This year I wanted to make sure my guest were entertained during commercials and before and after the game with a fun DIY quarterback throw and football themed SNICKERS® to snack on! You can find the football themed SNICKERS® at your local CVS along with all your other football game needs! So lets kick your tailgate or viewing party up a notch with this easy 5 step DYI quarterback throw that everyone will enjoy!
- 6 x 8 Tarp with aluminum grommets
- Duck Tape (in your team colors)
- Permanent marker
- SNICKERS® bars and Crispers Bars (in case you get hungry)
Step 1: Draw and Cut out
Layout the tarp and decide how many holes you want your quarterback throw to have. I went with four corner diamonds and one square center. Using a permanent marker and a ruler draw out the layout and then cut them out using scissors. My shapes are 20 inches long on the sides.
Step 2: Tape Edges
To prevent the tarp from fraying and to add team color, place duct tape around each shapes edge. You can do this two different ways, option one: place the duct tape around the edges leaving a 1/4 overhang then flip the tarp over and repeat on the other side, taking care to line up excess tape. Option two: place the duct tape around the edges leaving a 1/4 overhang to tape to the opposite side. I prefer option one for aesthetic reason, but option 2 is definitely a time saver!
Step 3: Assign Points to Each Square
Using a permeant marker assign points to each shape! I went with the 10 points for the center, because I feel it’s the easiest to score and then assigned 50 points to the corner diamonds. You can always assign different numbers to all the shapes or keep it consistent, it’s up to you!
Step 4: Hang the tarp
Now it’s time to hang your tarp! I purchased one that already came with aluminum grommets (hanging holes) to make this step easier, but if you can’t find this type of tarp, you can easily add holes to the top corners of the tarp and slide the rope through. I used two pieces of rope to tie the game around two tree trunks for sturdy suspending.
Step 5: Grab a football and play
Now you are all set up to play! Players get points by making the ball through numbered shapes! Make it more challenging by having your players have to close theirs eyes or spin before throwing the ball!