DIY Valentines Day Crafts | Valentine's Bingo

DIY Valentines Day Crafts | Valentine's Bingo

Posted by DecoArt on Jan 11th 2016

Having a Valentine's party at school or home? This is a fun game to make using Americana® Acrylics.


  • water container
  • palette or plastic plate
  • paper towels
  • tracing paper
  • transfer paper
  • scissors
  • ruler
  • pencil
  • #6 flat brush
  • #1 liner brush
  • cosmetic sponge
  • cardstock



Let dry completely between painting steps.

  1. Choose two colors of cardstock. (We used light pink for the game card and light blue for the banner.) Use a pencil and ruler to measure 2-1/2"x 6" on the banner color. Use scissors to cut out.
  2. Instruction #1
  3. Use the Americana Array of Arrows stencil to make a border around the sides and bottom of the game card piece of cardstock. Load a new cosmetic sponge for each color arrow or fletching: Coral Blush, Boysenberry Pink, Razzle Berry, and Watermelon Slice.
  4. Instruction #2
  5. Use a pencil or stylus and the tracing and transfer papers to trace and transfer the BINGO word pattern onto the cut piece of cardstock. Use the #6 flat brush and Sea Breeze to paint all around "BINGO". Rinse brush.
  6. Instruction #3
  7. Use a ruler and pencil to help trace and transfer the grid of the game board onto the larger piece of cardstock.
  8. Instruction #4
  9. Use the #1 liner brush and Sea Breeze to paint on the word "Valentine's". Rinse brush.
  10. Instruction #5
  11. Use a pencil to fill in the card numbers so they are not all the same.
  12. Instruction #6
  13. Use the #1 liner brush and Coral Blush for the inside of the heart and Watermelon Slice for the outside. Rinse brush between colors and at the end.
  14. Instruction #7
  15. Use the #1 liner brush and Sea Breeze to fill in the numbers. Rinse brush.
  16. Instruction #8
  17. Use the #6 flat brush to mix (1) part Watermelon Slice with (1) part Coral Blush. Use mix to fill in the word "BINGO". Use the #1 liner brush and Watermelon Slice to outline the grid and the word "BINGO" and to fill in the hearts in the word "BINGO". Rinse brush.
  18. Instruction #9


Bingo Card Pattern