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Marble race–easy and fast game for kids

Happy Friday everyone! I’m so glad you are here! I have a super fun, easy and COLORFUL game to make with the kids (My kids were out of school today–so we had to keep them busy SOMEHOW!) Check out how to make this Marble Race! Make this adorable colorful marble race! Make it extra hard or easy! Kids love playing it! The Marble race is made from Make It Fun® Foam Project Bricks found at your local Michaels Craft Stores or on Amazon. They are very cool small 1 1/2 inch bricks that come in white, sand and red.
make it fun project bricks  You can use them to build and/or create kid’s crafts, school projects, models or even a marble race! I actually was totally stuck with what to make….and opened it up on facebook and everyone had so many amazing ideas! Minecraft decor, Barbie stuff (I actually did make a barbie fireplace! stay tuned) a cross stitch design (on my to do list) around a mirror as a frame, Bricks of gold for St. Patricks day , chandelier (run a thread through to hang, use them to build a fairy garden, and my favorite idea “Build a miniature Target replica. Complete with the big red balls out front. It could be the official shrine to Target. We could all worship at it & beg for good sales. Or forgiveness from our husbands. Probably both.”

(ha! I have the best followers!) anyways! Since I love fast and easy…I opted for something fast and easy…and even involves my glue gun! I even put together a video for you!

I painted a piece of wood (I literally had this laying around I didn’t even have to cut it!) but to keep it light and cheap you could use a piece of foam core board! Painted bricks and laid them out in a design and once I had something I liked I hot glued it!  painted bricks Just add a marble and race through it!  easy marble race diy for kids What would you make with these fun bricks?? Head here to see my other fun Make it Fun® projects fun and easy marble race for kids

About Kimbo

Kimbo blogs at A girl and a glue gun--where she puts her hot glue gun to good use (as well as her vinyl cutter and sewing machine) She loves all crafts and is thrifty (the nice way to say she's cheap) So she is constantly trying to come up with fast and easy projects that won't break the bank! She lives in Idaho with her hot husband and 3 kiddos.