Happy b i r t h d a y sweet friend!
We planned a gift clue game, and then we all went to Sea World the next day!
- note cards
bootie dance here and watch Ryan drop his jaw
#2: chicken, steak, eggs, and fish,
fire me up and cook a great dish
#3: dodging doggy land mines on the way here,
in this backyard jungle, no vegetables are near
giant flying rodents, oh my!
#5: jack, queen, king, ace
where is your next clue? Hurry it is a race!
#6: look way in the back…you might find something old
hopefully your clue will not have any mold
#7: although yous took some extra time,
it turned out a lot better then mine!
Step 3: Once the clues are written, plan where you will put each clue…I usually write where to hide the clue on the bottom of the right clue...make sense? Check out the above picture. This will make hiding the clues SO much easier!
Step 4: Attach little goodies to some or all of the clues…sometimes I just attach a mini candy bar or sometimes a wrapped little goodie….Hide the clues so that this is a s u r p r i s e clue game!
It’s a fun way to make small gifts even more exciting!
UPDATE: Here’s a more recent adult scavenger hunt game I made for Andy’s birthday!