by Lisa Lozano
Didn't think game night could be any more fun? Clinton Kelly has four insanely easy projects you can make that will wow your guests.
Easy and Elegant Cheese Sticks
We all want to serve our guests elegant snacks, and on game night it's important that they're easy to grab and munch on. Clinton's super-fast and super-delish cheese sticks to the rescue! Clinton shows you how to transform basic puff pastry with only cheese, herbs and some egg wash and milk.
Clinton Kelly’s Hot and Spicy Cheese Twists
Playing Cards Platter
If you plan to make game night a regular thing, it's great idea to invest some time in making an inexpensive platter with a playing cards theme. Clinton shows Rachael how to take a simple plain wooden platter and use Mod Podge to affix ordinary playing cards to it.
Clinton Kelly's DIY Playing Cards Platter
Clinton's Boozy 'Grasshoppa!' Milkshake
Is it dessert or is it a cocktail? It doesn't matter! Clinton is showing you how to make the minty and chocolate-y drink that he calls "happiness in a glass."
Tip: This would also work for a St. Patrick's Day party!
Clinton Kelly’s Grasshoppa! Milkshake
Scrabble Wine Charms
Another fun addition to your game night servingware are adorable Scrabble wine charms! You just insert a hook into a Scrabble piece, thread a craft store earring hoop through the hook and dress it up with some beads! Done and done! Your game night guests will never grab the wrong wine glass again!
Clinton Kelly's DIY Scrabble Wine Charms
Tell us in the comments: what's your favorite board game to play for game night?