Father's Day is fast approaching but I am ahead of the game when it came to my father's present. I decided to make my dad some Texas Washers for when he will be playing in a washer tournament in Smackover, Arkansas this coming weekend. Every year my family gets together during "Oil Town" weekend for a family reunion. One of the activities they do is play washers. There are different variations of this game. Some through the washers in a hole in the ground or a pvc in te ground, some have 1 hole, 3 hole, or 5 hole boards. Some boards are flat and some are slanted. We play on 5 hole slanted boards. The ones we use are not carpeted and no back board. Now on with the washers!!
To start I found a Texas Flag and printed it out. Then I traced the washer out on the Texas.
I then cut it out and mod podged it on top of the washer. I felt Dad needed a handy dandy case to put his washers in too. I found this little box at hobby lobby. I dry brushed it with red craft paint.
Finally I mod podged a Texas on the top.
Once this was dry, it was ready for the washers. I went ahead and made an extra so my mom could make a necklace out of one.