Directions

1

Step 1

To make the dry erase half of your travel game, stick one 10 in. by 10 in. piece of the Duck® BrandDry Erase Deco Laminate to a piece of foam core board. Cut off any excess.

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Step 2

Cover the back and edges of the dry erase board in Duck Tape®.

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Step 3

To make the checker board half of your travel game, trace your finished dry erase board on to your remaining foam core board. Cut it out.

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Step 4

Cover the front, back and edges of the piece of foam core board you cut in step 3 in Duck Tape®. 

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Step 5

Cut thirty-two 1 in. squares in a different color Duck Tape® and stick them to your board in a checker board pattern.

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Step 6

Cut thirty-two .5 inch squares of self-adhering hook and loop fastener and stick them on the squares you cut in step 5. 

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Step 7

Cut off a 15 in. long piece of Duck Tape® and fold it width wise onto itself. This strip will hold your dry erase markers. 

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Step 8

Lay your strip on the back of the finished checker board. Push up about 1 in. of the strip to create tiny loops big enough to fit your dry erase marker. Use a .5 in. piece of tape to hold it in place. 

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Step 9

Continue to make loops until you have enough to fit all your dry erase markers. 

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Step 10

Cut off a piece of  Duck Tape® that measures 18 in. long and fold it over onto itself widthwise and cut into three sections each measuring 6 in. long each.  

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Step 11

Tape two strips to the bottom of each side of your game boards, leaving a .5 in. gap to create a hinge so the boards can open and close. 

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Step 12

Tape the third strip to the top of one of the game boards and add a self-adhering hook and loop fastener to both the back of the game board and the strip. This will create an enclosure for your board.

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Step 13

To create the game pieces, create a Duck Tape® that is 6 in. long. If you want thicker pieces, add 2 extra layers of tape. 

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Step 14

Trace and cut out 12 circles onto your fabric. You can trace a nickel if you want them to all be the same. 

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Step 15

Place a self-adhering hook and loop fastener to the backside of your game pieces. 

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Step 16

Repeat steps 13-16 in a different color or print for the other player. 

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Step 17

For the handle, make a double sided strip of Duck Tape® that is 12 in. long. 

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Step 18

Tape the handle to the top of the travel game. 

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