10 Ways to Win at World Cup Crafts

10 Ways to Win at World Cup Craft #worldcup
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It’s official, World Cup fever is upon us! Whether you’re a lover of the beautiful game, or a patient World Cup widow, at the very least it gives us all an excuse to get crafty! Here I’ve rounded up my top ten ideas to keep you (or the footie-mad men-folk or gals in your life!) happy this Summer… Let’s get making!

10 Ways to Win at World Cup Crafts

1. Spectator Fuel #1

Edible Game Day Snack Cups #worldcup

Edible Game Day Snack Cups Tutorial from KIX – Kid Tested, Mother Approved

2. Mum Alarms

Make Your Own Stadium Horns #worldcup

Make Your Own Stadium Horns Tutorial by Alpha Mom

3. Spectator Fuel #2

Football Cake Pops Tutorial by Swirled Bakery #worldcup

Football Cake Pops Tutorial by Swirled Bakery

4. Home Tournament

Make a pitch and players tutorial by Veggie Smugglers #worldcup

Make a pitch and players tutorial by Veggie Smugglers

Make a pitch and players tutorial by Veggie Smugglers #worldcup

Make a pitch and players tutorial by Veggie Smugglers

4. Decorate

World Cup Bunting Template by The Imagination Box #worldcup #worldcup

World Cup Bunting Template by The Imagination Box

6. Finger Food

10 Winning Ways to Support the World Cup - England Topper / Toothpick by ET Speaks from Home  #worldcup

England Topper by ET Speaks from Home

7. Fingers

8. Face

9. Papercraft

10 Winning Ways to Support the World Cup - Fuleco The Armadillo Paper Craft by Paper Replika #worldcup

3D Fuleco The Armadillo Paper Craft Tutorial by Paper Replika

10. THIS World Cup Trophy

10 Winning Ways to Support the World Cup - World Cup by Alpha Mom #worldcup

World Cup by Alpha Mom

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