DIY Flamingo Ring Toss Game
This fun DIY Flamingo Ring Toss Game is an entertaining hit for kids and adults and even for those without a yard.
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Drop or rag cloth to cover surface when painting
Plastic flamingos with stakes
Plastic surface spray paint
Optional if you want your own specific colors
Optional if you do not have grass. You can mix and match the types and height of your planters.
Sand, rocks or soil
Optional if you do not have grass.
If You Want To Color Coordinate Your Planters & Rings:
Spray paint your planters.
Spray paint each set of rings. You can have as many rings as you like, but be sure each player as the same amount of colored rings to tell their scores apart.
Leave to dry completely. You can tell if spray paint is dry if the painted surface does not stick to your hands. Depending on how many coats sprayed, it should about an hour to drive.
If You Have A Grassy Yard & Don't Want To Use Planters:
Stake your flamingos to the ground.
If You Don't Have A Grassy Yard &/Or Want To Use Planters:
Once dry, fill your planters with heavy sand, rocks or packed down soil to stick the flamingos in.
Stake the flamingos into the planters.
Line the planters up, or make harder targets by spreading them out, with the ones further away being worth more points.
The cost and time to make this DIY project depends on whether or not you want to use planters and if you want to paint your planters and/or rings.