Tag: Hedbanz

Patriotic HedBanz

Patriotic HedBanz

We love playing HedBanz!

It’s such a fun game that the whole family can get into.

I’ve created an American version to help you pass the time waiting for fireworks. The kids will have a great time playing Patriotic HedBanz, and can learn a few things about our country’s history and some of our symbols. Heck, the adults might even learn a thing or two.

America HedBanz USA HedBanz


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Other versions of HedBanz: Lucky HedBanz, Valentine’s HedBanz


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Be sure to check out our other America posts as part of our Summer Surivival Guide!

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Lucky Hedbanz


We had so much fun with our Valentine Hedbanz cards, that I’m back with a set for St. Patrick’s Day. If you aren’t familiar with the game HedBanz* here’s a quick break down. You wear awesome plastic headbands that have a slit to hold the card. Without looking at the card you insert it into the slit, and then by asking questions you try to figure out what you are. Kind of like 20 questions. Only instead of 20 questions, you are racing against a timer. If you get it before your time is up you pick another card and keep asking until your time expires. Then it’s the next person’s turn. When it comes around to you again, you pick up asking questions where you left off before. It promotes logical thinking and a lot of laughs!

lucky hedbanz

If you don’t have the game, I bet you could make elastic headbands, like the elastic hair ties only larger, and they would work just as well. Place the card between your forehead and the elastic to hold it in place.

lucky_hedbanz_cards The download includes a front and back page, for a total of 9 cards. As always, I recommend printing on matte photo paper* for best results. Check out my post on printing printables for answers to common problems. cc_download

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Chicks Picks–{Board Games}



We are excited to share our favorite games for you on this Friday!  It’s been fun to share some of our favorites so far this year and can’t wait to share more in the coming months!  Check out our other “CHICKS PICKS” posts here:




CraftingChicksPicks-Becky Wackee Six

Some friends introduced us to this game and I can’t get enough.  I don’t win too often but love to play.
wackee six

Spot It

This is a fun one for the kiddos.  They  like to look for the pictures and don’t get bored with it.

spot it

Word On The Street

A game we play ladies against men, and I have to say, it gets pretty ruthless.



My brain game.  I feel smart when I win this one.

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Slamwich:  Fun for the whole family


Sequence for Kids:  Our boys (4&7) play this one by themselves–which I love!

sequence for kids

Ticket To Ride:  We play every Sunday night.

ticket to ride


Trouble:  This is a game our whole family can play together, young and old! :)


Catch Phrase:  This one is a classic in our family, even with our extended family. Many hilarious memories have been made while playing Catch Phrase–we are still talking and laughing about some epic rounds of this game!

catch phrase


Zingo:  This game is great for kids of all ages and is mostly focused on kids under about 8 years old. It’s really cute, well-made and fun!


Settlers of Catan:  This is one of our favorite games that we play from time to time and used to be totally addicted and would play often with our friends. Good times.




Right now my we love playing Hedbanz with the kiddos!  We end up laughing out loud…plus it’s just so funny to see the headbands and a picture on heads!  We even had fun playing it with my 98 year old grandpa(photo below)!  There’s an adult version and Disney version too!





Another fun game we love to play with family members…no little kids…is True Colors.  It’s a game where you vote which description fits which family member/person…Hilarious but some may get their feelings hurt…but so much fun!

 What games do you play in your family???


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