Seahawks Decor and More
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Seahawks Candy Bouquet
Materials: Mason Jar, DecoArt Americana Crystal Glass Enamels in Blue, brown scrapbook paper, white artist’s tape, wooden dowels, hot glue, Seahawks licensed ribbon and green tulle. You’ll also need a styrofoam ball, candy bars, Skittles and paper towels. Craft supplies available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.
1. Pour the glass enamel into the Mason Jar and gently swirl it around.
2. Turn the glass upside down and let the paint coat the sides. Note: You will have to keep an eye on it, moving it to a new spot on the paper towel as the paint drips out.
3. When glass is dry, add Seahawks ribbon.
4. Place the styrofoam ball inside the jar.
5. Cut a piece of brown scrapbook paper 4 x 4 1/2 inches. Fold around candy bar. Make “football” laces with artist’s tape.
6. Glue the candy to the dowels and place in jar.
5. Add green tulle
Hawks House Door Hanger
Materials: Wooden Football shape by Darice, DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint in Navy Blue, Spring Green and White. You’ll also need letter stickers or a paint pen, paintbrushes (both foam and fine brushes) and Seahawks themed ribbon and stapler for hanging. Craft supplies available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.
1. Paint the wooden shape white, and let it dry.
2. Using a dabbing motion, apply navy paint to football, using photo as a guide.
3. Add green paint to football, let it dry.
4. Add stickers “Hawks” and “Home.”
5. Cut a piece of ribbon to desired length and staple to back of football.
Materials: Green Mason Jar, glass candle stick holder, Americana Crystal Glass Enamels in Blue, E-6000 glue and “12” Vinyl from Decorating Your Life. Craft supplies available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.
1. Paint candle holder with glass enamel paint and let it dry.
2. Add vinyl to Green Mason Jar
3. Glue Mason Jar and candle stick holder together with E-6000 glue.
Play Football Tray
Materials: Wooden Tray, DecoArt Americana Paint in Spring Green, vinyl by Decorating Your Life. Craft supplies available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.
1. Paint tray green (make take 2-3 coats) and let dry.
2. Apply vinyl, following package instructions.
Materials: Football Cookie Cutter and white icing from Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond. To make treats you’ll need 3 tbsp of butter, 5 cups on mini marshmallows and 6 cups of Cocoa Puffs cereal.
1. Spray cooking spray in a glass casserole dish.
2. Melt butter and marshmallows in a large saucepan.
3. Stir in cereal and pour mixture in casserole dish.
4. After it hardens, cut out footballs with cookie cutters.
5. Make football designs with white icing.
Seahawks Candy Jar
Materials: Terra Cotta Flower Pot, Glass Bowl or Beta Fish Bowl, E-6000 Glue, DecoArt America Acrylic Paint in Spring Green, and DuraClear varnish. Embellish with Seahawks-themed Duck Tape and ribbon. You’ll also need paintbrushes and Glue Dots or hot glue. Blue and green Sixlet candy. All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.
1. Paint flower pot green (will take three coats of paint).
2. Paint on a layer of DuraClear varnish and let dry.
3. Use E-6000 glue to glue glass bowl or beta fish bowl to upside down flower pot. Let it set overnight.
4. Embellish with Seahawks Duck Tape and/or ribbon.
Hawks Polymesh Wreath
Materials: one roll of polymesh in blue, one polymesh wreath base in blue, scissors. Football ornaments from Darice. Craft supplies available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.
1. Start with the inner circle of the wreath form. Gather together one of the ends of the polymesh. Use two of the evergreen wires, twist them around the gathered end to hold it in place.
2. Make a loop 12″ to 14″ long (you can make them bigger or smaller), pinch it together and wrap the next set of wires around it so that it forms a puffy loop.
3. Continue around the inner circle and cut off.
4. Repeat the instructions you did just on the outer circle.
5. Add bow and football ornaments.
DIY Florists’ Bow (makes a 6″ bow)
Materials: 1 1/2 yards of ribbon and 6″ length of wire or chenille stem
1. Loop ribbon back and forth (twisting in the middle after each loop, if ribbon is single sided).
2. Wrap a wire or chenille stem around the middle and twist.
3. Fan out ribbon and fluff.
For more ideas, check out this DIY Game Day Ideas post.
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Sharon B. says
It’s half time right now of the Seahawks/Chargers game and I thought I’d catch up on a couple blogs including yours and I see this cute Seahawks post! LOVE these ideas, I’ve got to pin this one to remember this for future games. GO HAWKS! :) Sharon
Hi Sharon, Hopefully our next game will go better! Have a wonderful weekend!
A 12th man cape would round out this decor nicely: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-12th-man-cape-campaign/x/8644853
I agree! My husband did a story on the capes… that gal is amazing!
Sara Hubbard says
These are some great projects! Seahawks ribbon is also available at the Ben Franklin Craft store in Bonney Lake, and they have a HUGE section of Seahawks projects & decor!
Hi Sara, Cool! I’d love to visit the store one day. Have a great weekend! Malia
Hi, I’ve made the candy jars before, if U use a fishbowl, U can use the terra cotta plate (that the pot usually sits on) as a lid, e600 a cabinet knob on top, and it looks like an old fashioned candy dispenser! Thanks for the idea of making it a logo’d item, I have neighbours that are big football fans….. this is fun!
Hi Shannon, Sure! Send me a photo, I’d love to see it! xo