Tis the season for a bow toss party game! This hot Christmas party game is so fun for kids or adults!
Are you a fan of bows on top of a Christmas tree? In the right setting, I think bows on Christmas trees are pretty!
Especially big bows! However, the Bow Toss Party Game is not about tossing bows on a tree.
Yet instead, it’s got its own unique twist too.
First, have you seen our Incredible’s game where we used ball pit balls to stick on tape?
If not, it’s a neat game too and you can click here to view it. 🙂
What is Bow Toss Party Game
The object of the game is to see how many bows (Christmas bows) you can toss and stick to the tape versus your opponent in a minute.
We love DIY versions of Minute to Win it if you can’t tell, lol.
It’s fun to come up with new ideas and outside the box ones at that to share with you.
With that said, that is where this bow toss party game and activity came about. My kiddos highly enjoyed it!
What you will need to Play
Tape ⬅️(This Type is IMPORTANT)
How to Play Bow Toss Party Game
What you will need to do is first is set up your hosting area.
For example, find an area where you are able to attach tape across in a line several times.
Tip: You will want several lines to make it easier for the bows to stick to the tape.
In fact, I used 4 lines with somewhat of a space between for some of the bows to fly through.
I felt that would make the game tricky and add extra fun when playing it.
Next, allow enough room in front of the tape for the kids (or adults) to step back up to 10 feet to toss the bows.
After that, allow each player a maximum amount of bows per round.
For example, 8 bows worked well for us.
Also, you can choose to allow the players to throw at the same time or separately.
The player in the group with the most amount of bows stuck to the tape first within a minute wins!
This game is harder than it looks but it’s really fun to play too!
Whenever you go to play this whether it be for a VBS (Vacation Bible School) game, another church or carnival game, a game at school for the kids, or a holiday party.
Something to keep in mind is that you won’t want to remove the paper backing from the bow.
Even though it does stick better to a gift.
We found that it holds better to the tape without removing the backing.
Equally important it allows the bow to stick better.
Plus, another reason I want to bring this up is that removing that little piece can be challenging for some especially younger kids.
We wanted to make the game fun, not frustrating.
Therefore that’s where the tape comes into play.
The bow will stick right to the tape on the right toss. I hope that helps!
Enjoy the game please pin it and save it for later! 🙂
P.S. Have you seen these holiday party favorites below?