DIY Ring Toss Yard Game

Summer is the perfect time to get your backyard ready for a little fun! Fire up your grill, dust off the patio furniture, and remember the yard games. This DIY ring toss yard game will infuse a fun punch of color to your yard and add a little friendly competition to your summer soirees. A quick trip to the hardware store and a few simple steps are all you need to put it all together and be playing by this evening.

This handmade ring toss game is perfect for backyard parties and summer gatherings. All it takes to make is a few simple supplies and plenty of bright paint. Try adding personalization with a monogram or color scheme. This fun yard game makes a great gift!  

What You'll Need

  • Two wooden stakes
  • Clear plastic tubing
  • Copper couplers
  • Spray paint
  • Painter's tape
  • Craft paint
  • Syringe
  • E6000 adhesive

Step 1

Cut the clear plastic tubing into six pieces, each 20 inches long. You can cut them longer or shorter for bigger or smaller rings.

Step 2

Fill a syringe with craft paint (a child's medicinal syringe works well). Slowly insert the paint into the clear tube. Use two different colors of paint, to signify two teams; three tubes should be one color and three another color.

Step 3

Once the entire inside of the tube is covered with paint, drain out any excess. Allow to dry open for about 24 hours or until no more paint drips out. Apply some E6000 to the inside of a copper coupler, and insert the ends of a tube into the coupler to create a ring.

Step 4

Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until all of your rings are completed.

Step 5

Use spray paint to cover both wood stakes with a solid coat of color.

Step 6

Apply painter's tape in a few places on the stakes, being sure that the tape is in the same area on each stake. Smooth down the edges of the tape to ensure coverage.

Step 7

Use various colors of spray paint to paint the uncovered areas of the wood.

Step 8

Add any other painted embellishments that you might like, remove the tape, and allow to dry completely.

Step 9

Insert the pointed ends of your stakes into the lawn and start playing!

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