Bottle Ring Toss Game
Enjoy a little friendly competition with the entire family. Craft a portable DIY bottle ring toss game for beachside outings, afternoons in the park and backyard gatherings. Follow our easy DIY instructions using red, white, and blue craft paint for the perfect 4th of July activity.
Bottle ring toss game instructions
- 2 small wood CD crates
- 12 glass or plastic bottles
- craft paint (red, white and blue)
- spray paint (blue)
- foam brush
- jute twine or yarn
- hot glue gun and glue
- assorted wood stars
- small embroidery hoops (4 hoops per player)
- 120 grit sand paper
- wax paper lined tray
- Sand crates and stars lightly to smooth any rough edges then paint interior and exterior of crate and front of stars with spray paint until covered. Let dry.
- Glue stars to 1 side of each crate with glue gun.
- Wash and remove any labels on bottles with warm soapy water – Goo Gone works like a charm to help remove any remaining glue.
- Pour red paint into 6 bottles and white paint into the other 6 bottles – add a tiny bit of water to your paint if it’s too thick. Rotate bottles slowly to cover the entire interior of the bottle then pour excess paint out.
- Place bottles upside down on wax paper-lined tray to finish draining paint, about 30 minutes then flip bottles right side up and clean rim then let them dry for 48–72 hours.
- Remove any stickers on embroidery hoops then remove metal parts by bending with pliers.
- Glue large hoop openings together with glue gun then wrap jute around hoops and secure with glue. Once dry, paint hoops with different colors and/or patterns, creating enough hoops so each player has 4.
- Place crates together and set 6 bottles in each crate to make 4 rows of 3 bottles. Mark a line 3-6 feet away from the bottles for game players to stand behind when tossing rings. Give each player 4 rings and have them stand behind the line. Toss rings onto the bottles and the player who rings the most bottles wins.