Did you see that blow out of a game? I don’t think I anticipated that much of a beat down but I am glad it happened the way it did so people can take the Seahawks seriously now. I told you, or my husband told you, that they haven’t played against a real defense so we knew they wouldn’t be able to handle the Seahawks D.
Seahawks Super bowl Party 2014
We had fun though and I could have decorated the house a little bit more but my husband was like don’t we have enough decorations? Hell no! He kept telling everyone I was going overboard, but you might as well go big or go home right? Or at least try to. I could have done some streamers everywhere and had balloons, maybe even painted the walls blue, but this was mellow for me.
Basically I got 3 poster boards along with a Styrofoam board at the Dollar Tree. For the Feed the Beast poster, I cut out bubble letters I had freehand on construction paper and then glued them to the board. Then I used a hot glue gun to glue skittles all over it, which actually worked. For the Seahawks banner above the fire place, I actually used PicMonkey and designed each letter one by one and printed them off onto regular printer paper, then cut them and glued to construction paper for stiffness. I then punched 2 holes in the top to thread some string through so that it would be perfectly straight once I had the string intertwined between them.
Thanks to everyone who helped contribute to our Super bowl party making it a huge success. My friend Jennifer made the skittles vodka in the mason jars (holy hell do not make that shit, you will have a headache from all of the sugar!) and the skittle jello shot cupcakes as well as the wraps. Another friend made the cutesy, blueish deviled football eggs filled with yummy bacon.
Cannot wait for next year when they go to the Super bowl again so I can make the party bigger and better!