The Dolls are ready for the Big Game with décor that will not sit on the sidelines. Caitlin and Dani partnered up with Rust-Oleum to share some tried and true DIY projects that will make hosting … Super 😉
We have always loved hosting for any occasion, and a Super Soirée is another perfect excuse to have our best guys and Dolls over. No masks required – just good food + drinks, plenty of smiles, and anticipation for the half time show!
When creating a DIY project, there’s a special sense of accomplishment that comes when it’s game time. Rust-Oleum calls it #PrideInTheMaking, and we couldn’t agree more!
- Nerf Football
- Plastic Cup
- Rust-Oleum Bright Coat Metallic Finish Gold
- Hot Glue Gun
- Mason Jars
- Painter’s Tape
- Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Satin Protective Enamel in Brown
- Rust-Oleum 2X Painter’s Touch in Ultra Matte Black, Gloss Spring Green and Gloss Hunter Green
- Rust-Oleum Testor’s Paint Pens in White
We were able to get everything we needed at Walmart!
The Vince Lombardi Trophy is a show stopper! Take your Nerf Football and plastic cup and spray with a Rust-Oleum color of your choosing! We did two coats of Rust-Oleum Bright Coat Metallic Finish and love the results. After the paint dries, flip the cup upside down and use a hot glue gun to affix the Nerf football and voilá!
Next up is our famous Mason Jars… yes famous! We actually featured these on ABC7 Chicago a few years back and decided to recreate them.
For the football field, we first sprayed the entire jar in Rust-Oleum 2X Painter’s Touch in Spring Green (two coats). Let it dry. Use painters tape to evenly section off some lines. Then we sprayed two coats of Rust-Oleum 2X Painter’s Touch in Hunter Green and let it dry again. The finishing touch is drawing some white lines with our Testor’s paint pen.
For the football, we did two coats of Rust-Oleum Stops Rust in Brown. Let it dry. Then added some laces with our Testor’s paint pen.
Next up is the football play! We used two coats of Rust-Oleum Ultra Matte Black (although Chalk Board would work great too!). And you may have guessed that we used our Testor’s Paint Pen to draw some X’s and O’s.
We love how these turned out. You can use them to organize party supplies or add some florals for a Doll’s touch!
Huddle around for snacks! This décor will not sit on the sidelines.