I did a similar tic-tac-toe game idea for Valentine’s Day with 2-color pink tic-tac candies and they were a big hit. Click here to see that post. So once I saw these Bunny Burst green and purple tic-tacs I had to make an Easter/spring version!
This makes a fun addition to any Easter basket or you can give them as treats to any of your kid’s friends or your neighbors. Or just print one for yourself and have a few friendly games of tic-tac-toe before you eat the yummy candies.
For this Easter or spring version, I painted watercolor flowers and a sweet little bunny and then added some spring colors to the text. And you can get these tic-tac-toe game cards for FREE!
Visit my freebies page to print these fun game cards. To get my freebies, you must be a subscriber to my blog. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my blog, it’s easy to do, there’s no commitment and you get access to lots of free stuff. Enter your email address in the box on the right (above the SUBSCRIBE button). Click the SUBSCRIBE button then follow the instructions fully. Be sure to confirm your subscription – and then you’ll have access to all my free stuff! If you’re already a subscriber, you should have received an email with a password to access these fun freebies already.
Once you download the file, print it on a heavier white card stock – or bring the file to any copy center like Staples of Kinkos and have them print it for you. Cut out the game board(s) and slip it into a standard ziploc sandwich bag. I added a strip of colorful washi tape to cover the zipper part of the bag so it looks a little prettier.
I found the 2-color tic-tac at CVS but I’ve also seen them at our local party supply store and at Staples.
Add a pack to the bag and you’ve got an instant Easter or spring treat.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend and think spring!
Ali @ Home Crafts by Ali says
How fun! I’m sure my kiddos would love this…especially if I let them eat some of the Tic Tacs. =) Thanks for linking up at the Creatively Crafty Link Party this week.
really cute – I bet it would be a great classroom project! Thanks for sharing your post on Creatively Crafty link party – I loved that you shared with us again this week – thank you
Thanks for visiting – and thanks for a great link party! I’ll be back next week.
These are darling. Such fun for the kids. Pinned & shared on FB & Twitter. Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party.