Thursday, 23 August 2012

Table Games

Thanks for the nice comments on the Scrabble game that I posted earlier.  I really wasn't happy with it, so I went back and modified it. I did keep the letters a little off kilter since that's what happens when you play the game but it doesn't look as sloppy this time because I didn't use the entire game and focused on a segment of it instead. At the top right is a miniature score card that doesn't show up very well.


I also made a little poker table complete with chips and cards. The winner had the best of all hands with a Royal Straight Flush and a large pot! Some of the other players are very neat with their chips and cards but one of them is very unhappy with two small chips remaining and an obviously poor hand.

16 comments:

  1. I am loving your little poker table, what a great idea - takes me back to my student days! Valerie

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  2. Great tags again - but hOW did you make tiny playing cards? or is it not tiny, lol :0)

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  3. I bought the tiny playing cards!

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  4. That poker table tag is just too cool. Blessings!

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  5. Oh your poker table is fab...loving the tiny details!...Two super game tags!!

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  6. The poker table is brilliant, like the others I think the tiny cards are terrific, great idea! x

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  7. I like the improved scrabble tag, you can see the details much more now. The poker table is great too!

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  8. Very cool poker tag. Neat idea!

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  9. Lovely Poker tag Martham. The sequin chips are a great idea. Including only part of the board on your revised Scrabble tag did make a difference. I agree with you about not being able to keep the tiles straight when you pal. You either knock them when you put new words down or you knock the board at some point. Glad I don't have OCD!!

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  10. Games and a table great idea, and the scrabble board in miniature wit our game title..... clever

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  11. What a great job you've done on both tags. Well done on your ideas.
    Lynn x

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  12. Love both these tags, very clever - is that sequins you've used for the poker chips?

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  13. Yes, they are sequins that I used for the chips.

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  14. Sissy,

    I love both of your tags! They are wonderful! You are so very creative.

    Love, Mary Ann

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  15. Two great tags. I thought your first scrabble tag was great and 'well loved'. This is just like a brand new game! it must be Christmas! The poker tag is fantastic, love the sequins for cash in the middle, Jane xx

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  16. Both your tags are amazing, love the poker table.
    Anni

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