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25 Touchdown Tutorials For Your Super Bowl Party

The holidays are over and game time is on its way. Who is ready for Super Bowl XLVI? Are you having the party at your house or going to someone else’s house? Either way you will want to show your team spirit with team colors and all. If you’re hosting the party give your guests some football field koozies for their drinks or decorate the home with team colored wreaths. If you get to go to an awesome party, dress the kids in custom made football jerseys or surprise the host with a football field table runner. Check out these 25 Touchdown Tutorials and let the Super Bowl planning begin!nggallery id=’126002′

  • Decorating with a Yard Line 1 of 25
    Decorating with a Yard Line
    Use some astroturf to create this football decorative football yard line.
    Find out more at Chica and Jo.
  • Koozie 2 of 25
    Koozie
    Get into the Super Bowl spirit with these koozies and let your guests take them home as a souvenir.
    Get the tutorial at Greenbean's Crafterole.
  • For the Little Football Player 3 of 25
    For the Little Football Player
    Even the tiniest football player-to-be can enjoy the game in style.
    Check it out at Lines Across.
  • Show Your Team Spirit 4 of 25
    Show Your Team Spirit
    Make a wreath in your favorite teams colors to show your neighbors who you are rooting for.
    Find out more at All In A Day.
  • Spirit Fingers 5 of 25
    Spirit Fingers
    If you are lucky enough to be at the Super Bowl game or just want another awesome way to show your team pride, whip up some spirit finger gloves.
    Check it out at Everyday is a Crafting Day.
  • Go Team! 6 of 25
    Go Team!
    Add ribbons and footballs to this simple wreath to decorate your home for the big game.
    Find out more at How to Nest for Less.
  • Time For the Big Game 7 of 25
    Time For the Big Game
    He can join in the football fun with his new football shirt.
    Spotted at Make It and Love It.
  • Let Them Know What Side Your On 8 of 25
    Let Them Know What Side Your On
    Keep that team spirit high by decorating your doors, mantle and table tops with a few handmade burlap footballs.
    Find out more at My Heart's Desire.
  • Touchdown 9 of 25
    Touchdown
    Add a football field table runner to your kitchen table to keep up with the Super Bowl theme.
    Get the tutorial at Chica and Jo.
  • Fill Vases With Your Team Colors 10 of 25
    Fill Vases With Your Team Colors
    Learn how easy it is to make these football vases and fill them with your team colors.
    Get the tutorial at Life in Wonderland.
  • Football Formula Can Windsock 11 of 25
    Football Formula Can Windsock
    After you use the last scoop of formula keep the can to make these Super Bowl windsocks to decorate.
    Check it out at Random Thoughts of a Super Mom.
  • Jersey Drinks 12 of 25
    Jersey Drinks
    If the astroturf drink koozies are not quite your style you make love these snug jersey drink koozies.
    Find out more at Positively Splendid.
  • Keep Cozy While Watching the Game 13 of 25
    Keep Cozy While Watching the Game
    After eating the big meal the kids can snuggle up under the cozy football blanket to enjoy the game.
    Check it out at Happy Together.
  • Goal Post Centerpiece 14 of 25
    Goal Post Centerpiece
    These centerpieces are fun to make because your can embellish them however you'd like. Add some little plastic football players for a nice touch.
    Check it out atA-BnC Parties and More, Inc..
  • Bunting For The Game 15 of 25
    Bunting For The Game
    If you're like me, you'll find any excuse to add bunting to the decor. Why does the Super Bowl have to be any different?
    Find out more at Brown Paper Packages.
  • Football Cupcake Corset 16 of 25
    Football Cupcake Corset
    16. This is about the only time the words football and corset. can be used in the same sentence and still work.
    Find out more at Jeanne Benedict.
  • Keep Their Hands Busy 17 of 25
    Keep Their Hands Busy
    Entertain the kids when they start to get antsy by making these paper footballs. Fill them with popcorn for a special treat.
    Spotted at Mom On Time Out.
  • Sports Colored Napkins 18 of 25
    Sports Colored Napkins
    These napkins are great way to show your team spirit at the table.
    Check it out at Purl Bee.
  • All Star Jerseys 19 of 25
    All Star Jerseys
    Surprise your kids Super Bowl morning with their very own jerseys.
    Find out more at Sew a Straight Line.
  • We Are Number One 20 of 25
    We Are Number One
    Even though you're not at the game you can cheer for your favorite team from the living room.
    Spotted at MaryJanes and Galoshes.
  • Football Juice Boxes 21 of 25
    Football Juice Boxes
    Change out those juice box labels for a cool football cover to celebrate the Super Bowl.
    Find out more at And Everything Sweet.
  • Football Revamp 22 of 25
    Football Revamp
    This is a great addition to the decor that shows true Super Bowl dedication.
    Check it out at Lolly Jane Boutique.
  • Football Gets a Touch of Girly 23 of 25
    Football Gets a Touch of Girly
    Your little princess can still make a girly statement in her football team tutu.
    Find out more at Heart Break Kids.
  • Mini Quarterback 24 of 25
    Mini Quarterback
    Your quarterback-to-be will look great in his football helmet tee.
    Spotted at Little Lizard King.
  • Super Bowl Straws 25 of 25
    Super Bowl Straws
    One of my favorite additions to the Super Bowl table and super easy to do.
    Check it out at Dill Pickle Picnic.

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