We are at the point of total and sheer boredom at our house. The kids are playing board games, video games, and even solitary games. So, I thought I would teach them how to play some classic games. And, then, I realized we did’t own dominoes! So, we pulled out some craft supplies for some DIY Family Fun with Cricut and made our own set of dominoes!
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DIY Games with Cricut
I love to use my Cricut to create games. We LOVE the DIY Vintage Game Cabinet I made with my Maker.
DIY Family Fun with Cricut
Since we didn’t have a set of dominoes at home already, I thought I would make a set.
But, since I had to order some of the supplies online, I ended up with a set of dominoes that don’t line up perfectly. It doesn’t bother me, but I did make a second SVG file in case you wanted a perfectly lined up set of dominoes.
DIY Dominoes Supplies
I had to order some supplies, but you may have everything you need at home already. And check out this post for Must Have Cricut Accessories!
- SVG File – there are two available you can find them in the shop here. Use the code DOMINO to download them F*R*E*E
- Amazon Link – Wood Blanks
- Iron On
- EasyPress Mini
- Cricut Machine
Download the file, and upload it to Design Space. Size it to fit your wood blanks.
Send your file to cut. Don’t forget to mirror the cut, and place the Iron On the cutting mat shiny side down.
After the file is cut, weed the excess Iron On.
Pre-Heat the EasyPress Mini to the hottest setting.
Line the Iron On up on the wood blanks, and press for 5-10 seconds. Then, remove the carrier sheet.
Repeat the steps above for each domino.
Have a little Family Fun with this DIY project!