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After the festivities of the holidays comes an American-specific holiday: The Super Bowl. Whether you're all about the half-time show, Super Bowl snacks and game day dips, or Super Bowl party games, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the big game and have a great time. You don't even have to like football to enjoy the night full of food, family, and fun. Sports fan or not, one of the best ways to get into the game day spirit is to decorate for the occasion. Even just one or two DIY Super Bowl decorating ideas can make the entire event feel a little more special and put together.
This is also a great way to get your kids to participate in the fun by encouraging them to complete a craft that doubles as a Super Bowl decoration. But if you're not particularly crafty, don't worry, because there are plenty of pre-made, easy-to-assemble decorations that look great, too. And remember, when in doubt: Food can be a creative decoration with a little thought and planning, too. A festive dip tray or toothpick can go a long way. Here are 17 Super Bowl decoration ideas to start your party planning on the right foot.
Candy Football Bouquets
To make these adorable candy bouquets from Terrell Family Fun, paint flower pots using brown, green, and white paint to resemble a football and football field, then place a small foam craft ball inside. Hot glue mini candy bars to bamboo skewers and stick into the foam craft ball, then fill pot with crinkle paper to cover. Add DIY foam football and flag cutouts attached to additional skewers for an extra festive touch. Then, scatter around the family room for anyone who's craving sweets during the game — because not everyone is all about chips and dip.
Football Treat Box
Game Day Paper Chain
Mini Football Brownies
Olivia Muenter is a freelance writer and former fashion and beauty editor who writes about fashion, beauty, lifestyle, relationships, travel, home decor, and more for Woman's Day and beyond. Her work has appeared in Bustle, Refinery 29, Glamour, Byrdie, Apartment Therapy, Philadelphia Magazine, and more. When she's not reading (or talking about reading on Bad on Paper, the bookish podcast she co-hosts), you can find Olivia working on her first novel, curating the perfect playlist, or shopping online.
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