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Race Day Games – Die Cut Craft Tutorial

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Ladies and Gentlemen, to start your engines, here is a Race Day Games Die Cut Craft Tutorial. It will be fun to have these games all set up in time for the Ford Ecoboost 400 in Miami on November 20th. With the holiday season looming, I thought a little fun and games would be an excellent way to reduce our stress levels and spend a little time doing something we love.

Race Day Games

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How to Play Race Day Games:

Each of the four-race day games will be a prediction game that your guest can play before and during the contest. Cars and numbers in a variety of colors will be made for customizing their racecar for each game. Once they have designed their game pieces, they attach them to the corresponding game board showing their picks. It will be fun to see which guest guesses correctly for each match. You could even design some trophy cups to give in the winner’s circle to add to the fun.

What Race Day Games We Will Be Making:

Prediction games are a lot of fun and can fuel up the fun at an event. Here are four ideas for some game boards to get your race day rolling:

  • Who will be the first car to make a pit stop?
  • Who will be in the lead at the half-way point?
  • Who will lead the most laps of the race?
  • Who will win the race?

What You need To Make Race Day Games

Die Cutting Machine and cartridges
Cardstock in various colors
Adhesive Runner
Sticker Maker
Glue Dots

How to Make the Race Day Games

Step 1: Cut out car shapes in different colors for the game pieces.  Using adhesive, assemble your race day set pieces.

Step 2: Cut numbers from 0-9 in white, red, and yellow as car numbers.

If time is an issue, stickers would be a quick and easy way to skip this step.

Step 3: Cut out titles for game boards.

Step 4: Using your sticker maker, label each game board by putting a title on it.

Because of spacing, don’t get black flagged for having a clear zone at the end of your title. Cut out a little flag, tire, or another racing embellishment to add to the corner and get your title back on track! 🙂

Step 5: Set up your race day table with your game boards, the cars, the numbers, and snacks. Make sure you put your sticker maker out for your guests to use to design their game pieces. Don’t forget some glue dots so they can attach them to the boards.

Now, sit back and relax until time for your guests to arrive. Ask them to predict each category. Have them attach their customized race cars to show their predictions on each game board with glue dots. Then tune in for the green flag. As the laps go by, watch to see who wins each game.

What kind of games can you design to make your race day more interactive? Would you mind sharing your creations with us? I can’t wait to see what you can create to make your race day more fun and exciting for you and your guests.

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