Sunday, December 23, 2012

Don't Eat CASHEW! Game

Long before Elf-on-a-shelf became popular, this Elf, named CASHEW, came to our house each December 1st and magically appeared in various places throughout the month.
When our girls grew up and married, CASHEW sent his Elf cousins to their homes as well.
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PISTACHIO does his magical adventures at our daughter, Erin's.
MAC ADAMIA plays his mischief at Jamie's home.
AL MOND frolics up in NY at Jill's house each year. He has even followed them to their new home.
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I caught CASHEW in some of his many antics and made a game inspired by a pin I saw on Pinterest.
As you can see, one never knows where CASHEW's whimsical wondering's will appear. Even Raider is not off-limits to his impish ways. We are planning on playing this with the M&M lovin' kids in our family. That is unless CASHEW gets into the M&M's first!
If you would like to make a game too, right click the photo and save to your computer.  I made the game in Microsoft Word.  I printed on card stock and trimmed to desired size.  I used a glue stick to attach the page to another colorful piece of card stock then went to Staple's to have it laminated.

14 comments:

Ann said...

Oh this is so cute. I love how all the elfs have nutty names. Years ago when my kids were younger I used to come up with a different game to play on Christmas morning. I haven't done that in years but it was always fun

marie said...

We play this game too! Our version is called "Don't eat Pete!". Our game board is cardboard with hand drawn silly faces...and it's about 25 years old. I think you've inspired me to make a new board.

I agree with Ann...the nutty names are the best!!

podso said...

This looks like a fun game, Lorraine, that the kids would love. Thanks for the idea. I also thought your chalkboard tray turned out beautifully. Have a great Christmas!

Julie said...

How fun! Merry Christmas to you and your family!!!

Carol Z said...

What a cute, cute idea. Love the game.

Kathleen said...

Merry Christmas, L! Christ's peace be with you and yours!

NanaDiana said...

Oh-I love it, Lorraine. We always had elves but they were "invisible" and came out at night and did lots of fun stuff...but we never saw them- you were way ahead of your time-xo Diana

Pondside said...

What a sweet idea - I can just see how the little ones (and big ones!) would love the elves and their antics.

bj said...

What an adorable game...I love it.
Merry Christmas..

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

That's so cute, I love seeing everyone's Elf antics! Merry Christmas to you an your family Lorraine-enjoy:@)

coco said...

Merry CHristmas !!!!!!1

Janice Pattie said...

Thank you for your Christmas wishes Lorraine, wishing you and your family the best of the season. Your new blog look is so beautiful, I must make a New Years resolution to return more often. Janice X

Janette's Sage/Simply Your Decor said...

Benjamin enjoyed this post along with me...how fun and cute
Merry Christmas!!!

Winnie said...

Very cute and fun game. I'm sure my nephews and niece would looooove it (and myself as well......)

Merry Christmas Lorraine to you and all your family.

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