A fun game to get your guests talking to guess which baby animal belongs with which parent. Download the printable game. Hand each guest a came card when they arrive to the party. Throughout the party, have them match up the baby animal with the parent animal. While you are opening gifts, go over the answers aloud. Whoever has the most correct matches wins a prize!
This homeowner opted for a foosball room over a home office. To create a playful space, the designer installed a custom Lucite swing, Alan Campbell Montecito Zig Zag Roman shades, an IKEA sheepskin rug and Currey & Company's Simpatico Orb Chandelier.
Encourage interaction among guests this holiday season by setting up board games on cake stands. As friends and family gather around the table, present them with a message made from game tiles and classic favorites to choose from.
This classic game with a Halloween twist is sure to provide tons of fun for the kids. Give each child a set of three white paper bowls with "eyes" made by hole-punching black paper and attaching the punched dots with glue. Give kids a gum ball and show them how to play the game with a partner by hiding the gum ball under one of the ghosts, moving the ghosts around and having his/her partner guess which ghost has the gum ball.
Originally a garage and tool shed, this space has been converted into a family room. Comfy as well as cozy, the large sectional and cushioned settee are perfect for a family having an energetic night in. The neutral color palette in this room gets a slight boost with the introduction of some brighter tones in the settee cushion and sectional throw pillows.