Tic-tac-toe is one our favorite board games in the world. It’s incredibly simple to play, which means you can play it even with the youngest members of your family! It’s the kind of game that brings the laughter out of everyone and the proud sense of accomplishment once you beat the person who’s playing against you! Here are 10 ways to DIY a game of tic-tac-toe!
1. Fruity Tic-Tac-Toe
Kids normally aren’t the biggest fruit and veggies enthusiasts, but they love playing games almost as much as they love sweets! Everyday Dishes shares a great tutorial for a fruity tic-tac-toe board that you can use to warm up your kids to the idea of fruit!
2. Button Tic-Tac-Toe
Making your own tic-tac-toe is way simpler than you ever imagined. All you need is some fabric and old buttons that come in two colors! Bonus points if you use a small drawstring bag as your game board, because you can simply store all the buttons inside of it once you’re done playing! Premeditated Leftovers shares the details.
3. Shot Glass Tic-Tac-Toe
Kids aren’t the only ones who enjoy playing this wonderful game. It’s one of those games that you never get bored of, no matter how old you are! If you want to give it a fun little twist, you can turn it into a drinking game by following the instructions at Simply Darrling!
4. Tic-Tac-Toe Rocks
It’s so important to spend time outside in the nature, especially on warm and sunny days! Taryn Whiteaker shares a simple tutorial for tic-tac-toe rocks that will really come in handy when the whole family is hanging out in the garden and wants to have a little board game tournament!
5. Coastal Tic-Tac-Toe
Beach days are always our favorite days! The sun is warming your skin, everything smells like salt and you’re playing a fun board game with your friends while having the most amazing view of the ocean. Bring this vision to life by making Sand & Sisal‘s coastal tic-tac-toe!
6. Mini Tic-Tac-Toe
Those of you who are passionate about traveling know how important it is to find miniature versions of things, ones that you can easily pack and take everywhere with you. If you love playing tic-tac-toe there’s no reason to give it up while you travel! The Merry Thought will help you make a miniature version.
7. Oversized Tic-Tac-Toe
From miniature to oversized! Maybe you love tic-tac-toe so much you want to dedicate a special place in your home to it. Fine by us! Thistlewood Farms shares a great tutorial for an oversized tic-tac-toe board that is definitely going to become a big part of your interior!
8. Rustic Tic-Tac-Toe
The board game world is being revolutionized by modern design just like many other forms of entertainment. If you find yourself missing the old days, when things were a little less colorful and a little more natural, you’re going to love Welsh Design Studio’s beautiful rustic tic-tac-toe!
9. Tic-Tac-Toe Cubes
Bringing a fresh look to a traditional concept is one of the greatest things about DIY projects. It seems like tic-tac-toe has been around since the dawn of time, but you can always upgrade it to something innovative and unique! Check out how Her Toolbelt made these tic-tac-toe cubes with festive motives!
10. Tin Box Tic-Tac-Toe
Craftaholics Anonymous shares an idea for a tiny tic-tac-toe game that comes in a tin box, making it super simple to carry around in your purse or bag everywhere you go. If you ever find yourself in a situation of boredom or awkwardness with another person, this little game will be there to help you out!