Summer Tic Tac Toe

Are you ready for another great project from one of my blog friends? Check out this fun and easy tutorial for summer tic tac toe!!!

Did someone say “Summer”?

Yes, I most certainly did, because hold on tight. Summer is right around the corner and you will need some boredom busters that won’t break the bank.

Hi, Benson Street Readers, I am Dee.

Your CSI Girl


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The CSI Project

At The CSI Project, I always encourage you to Create. Share. Inspire!

We live by the motto when you Create and Share, you are sure to Inspire.

I am just a simple crafter/blogger who loves all things yellow, leopard print and creating something from nothing. So, stop on by, say hi and stay a while on my blog front porch. Let’s do a little ole’ fashioned front porch sittin’ bloggy style.

Today, I am honored to be here to share my


Using a wood slab that you can get a Michael’s, I created an easy, colorful and fun Summer Tic Tac Toe. tictactoe3


All you need is some paint and creativity. For the game pieces, I wanted to have some fun with it and make it simple. In the wood craft aisle at Michael’s, you can find small pieces already painted. I picked up some. 3 of each color.


I also wanted to keep the pieces with the game so they don’t get lost. So, I grabbed 2 different colors of felt and with my glue gun, I made a back pocket. I secured it to the back of the wood piece with glue. Too easy!!!




You know you will hear, “I am bored!” soon so here is one boredom buster that is easy, inexpensive and sure to entertain. Take on a road trip, take on a picnic or just play anytime you hear those 3 words.

Special thank you to Emily for allowing me to guest post and say “hi” to all of you!

Big hugs to you, Emily!


Hi there!

I’m Emily, a mom and wife with a passion for crafting, celebrating holidays, and creating memorable moments. From Idaho to the world, The Benson Street is a treasure trove of easy, fun DIY projects, delightful printables, and delicious recipes. With over a decade of experience in blogging and a love for all things seasonal, I’m here to share my tips, ideas, and occasional mishaps. Join me in adding a dash of joy and creativity to every day! Read more…

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