Little boxes filled to the brim with beautiful confetti are now available 🎉A lovely addition to any celebration and a pretty way to add a pop of colour! Toss it for a fun celebration, leave on guests chairs, tuck into envelopes for a memorable invite, or sprinkle it on tabletops at your next event. A little goes a long way and remember it can be reused ♻️x
Time to have that Friday drink with friends! Oh, wait. It's not Friday yet? 😀 Who's ready to welcome the weekend? 😊
Btw, @danielwellington has started Black Friday already with FREE extra strap with every watch and 15% off whole purchase with 'WEJUST' code. Free shipping, as always. 😊
Thanks to my wonderful @stajnernina for this cool cocktail - Moskow mule!
Today is a day for family, food, and beautiful tablescapes. A little inspiration for your Thanksgiving tabletops. Concept Design, Tablescape, Planning: @SomethingLikeaDreamWeddings | Vintage Rentals: @Shoparoundthecornernc | Photography: @SabrinaGreenePhotography #tablescapes#eventdesign
Isle of trains. Had matt relearn the game because we haven't played the game in over a year. Load your train cards with resources, deliver the proper resources to complete a contract in order to gain VP. Another game with limited actions because you only get 2 actions per turn and have so many cards to do things with. For example you can play a train card by discarding the number of cards equal to the rank number of the train card but you can only have 5 cards in your hand by the end of your turn which means you can't really hoard cards and with only 2 actions per turn theres only so much you can do and if you're anything like me who wants to do EVERYTHING in a turn, it can be frustrating to you. Regardless, I like this game. I found it can start slow based on the cards you have and again with only 2 actions per turn but you get the hang of it and you can start comboing your train cards later in the game.
Sometimes I feel like I'm not really in the "Board Game Club." I mean... all the real board gamers back at a half dozen or so kickstarter projects each year... right? And the BIG TIME peeps back that many in a month....or week!
But I still consider myself to be a real gamer. But one who has only backed a total of 3 projects... in his entire life.
Find out what I mean with all this gibberish by finding my article. Just follow the link in my profile.
Thanks for coming over for this picture @mickeymouse ! (who can see me in the back?) In Codenames, two teams compete to see who can guess all of their words correctly first, have you tried this great game with your family yet? 👀#redplayergames
I really wanted to write a post about why people support kickstarter games... but I've only supported 2 kickstarter projects... total. So I gave the reigns over to someone who, at the time of this post, has backed 730% more kickstarter projects than me!
Yes, Mark Burke, or as you know him - The Chubby Meeple - is a prolific backer of Kickstarter games! I can't thank him enough for taking the time to lend his fantastic perspective on the topic!
Just follow the link in my profile to find Marks 5 reasons (with a bonus 6th) that he backs Kickstarter board games.
Do you back Kickstarter games? Why or why not?