This post was sponsored by The Women Bloggers and its advertiser Red Baron Pizza. All opinions are my own. #RedBaronGameTime
Ready, Set, Hut! It’s Football Party time and I’ve got the DIY decor you need.
Do you remember who it was that taught you the rules for football? For me, it was my Mom. I remember her explaining downs and how the team drove the ball down the field. I thought I was pretty cool as an 8th grader when my girl friends and I would be watching our junior high team play and I was the one who knew how to explain what was happening on the field.
I still like being in the middle of game time fun. And there are a few things that can turn watching the game into a football party. You need a little football decor and you need some good food.
Red Baron Minis and Red Baron Deep Dish Singles are perfect for game time entertaining. I’m pairing those pizza options with a DIY Football Trophy and some DIY Field Goal Posts.
These DIY decoration projects only need a few supplies. For both projects combined I used some metal pails, moss, craft sticks, a glass vase, silver spray paint, a painter maker, and a foam football.
Let’s start with the DIY Field Goal Posts. I found these craft sticks that were already yellow, but you could also paint regular wooden craft sticks. Then I just needed to hot glue 4 of them together to make the field goal posts.
With the field goal posts assembled I filled my metal bucket with the moss.
Then you just need to put the goal post into the moss ‘grass’! I also added some white stars to my buckets to fit my team decor.
I decided my football table centerpiece would be my DIY football trophy. For this I picked up an inexpensive clear glass vase and a small foam football. I spray painted both a shiny metallic silver.
Once both pieces were dry I just needed to super glue them together. And just like that I had my football trophy centerpiece. If you wanted to add some games to your football party you could make up a few trophies and give them away as prizes.
I love decorations that are easy to make but make a big impact.
As easy as my football decorations were, I love that the food for my football party was just as simple. I picked up some Red Baron Minis and Red Baron Deep Dish Singles at my local Sam’s Club. There were a few flavor options available, including my kids favorites cheese and pepperoni. Stock up so you make sure you’ll have plenty of pizza for the game.
Then set out the pizza options for your guests and let everyone eat and enjoy the game! You’re guests will be so impressed no one will ever guess how easy it was to put this football party together.
What are your favorite ways to watch football? What are you serving to your guests?