|No buttons, pennies, or M&Ms needed. On second thought, M&Ms are always needed.|
We decided to bend the rules a little and just took turns drawing while everyone else got to guess. Whoever guessed got a point. We played to 8 and the big winner was Melissa Heys of The Completed Quilt, who happens to be my neighbor and friend. I run in famous circles for sure. I can confidently say that none of us, however, is going to win any awards for artistic ability in the drawing department.
|Giving new meaning to chicken legs (Wild Goose Chase)|
|Dunce in the Box? No, it's Jack in the Box.|
|I'll admit, given my daughters' history with drawing accidental genitalia, the start of this one scared me. She redeemed herself with the flowery Propellers. Must be a plane headed for Hawaii.|
|Robbing Peter to Pay Paul, of course.|
|We all agreed it sounded like a disease.|
|I'd enter for the cheese board alone, but then again I already own the card game.|
Terri actually carries in her store. So easy to find! We'd love to have you along for the fun!
To enter my giveaway for the game, and a couple of fun surprises from me, leave a comment telling me a great guild program you had in your own guild that was not Quilt-o as we have established that I don't enjoy that game, or if you aren't in a guild, just tell me something fun and non quilty that you like to do in your spare time. I'm always looking for ideas!
Thank you to Terri for designing such a great game, and for letting me in on the fun!