Project Overview

Your kids will get totally hooked on this fun ring tossing game. It’s heaps of fun for the whole family and easy to make. Continue to Step-by-step instructions.
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How to clean a paint brush

Here’s a great tip to save you time and mess while cleaning paint brushes. Use tin snips to cut a wire mesh panel into a rectangle. Bend the mesh into an arc shape and place it in the bucket, so that it’s wedged inside. Fill the bucket with water to cover the mesh. Now run your paintbrush back and forth over the mesh and the paint will come out quicker and easier.

Step by Step Instructions

1 Paint circular board
2 Glue down hooks
3 Paint scores
4 Stick on hanging strip
5 Make rings
6 Hang the board
7 Start playing
  • Step 1. Paint circular board

    Take the circular board and paint it any colour or pattern you like. 
  • Step 2. Glue down hooks

    When the board is dry, glue on the hooks, placing them evenly around the board.
  • Step 3. Paint scores

    Then, use a smaller paintbrush to paint the scores above each hook. Give each one a different value.
  • Step 4. Stick on hanging strip

    Now, stick a Velcro hanging strip onto the back of the board. 
  • Step 5. Make rings

    Cut some flex tube into 20cm lengths. Then, loop each one into a ring shape and bind together with electrical tape.  Make a ring for each hook.
  • Step 6. Hang the board

    Now, stick another Velcro hanging strip onto a wall or door, hang the board up and you’re ready to play.
  • Step 7. Start playing

    Get some distance between you and the board and take turns tossing the rings at it. Every time you land one on a hook, you get those points. Add all the points up at the end and the highest score wins. 

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