How to Make an Outdoor Twister Mat

Here's a great party idea for kids/the elderly! Instructables member Steve Moseley cut a circular hole in the bottom of a bucket. Then he marked out the spots for a Twister mat. Using several colors of marking paint and the bucket as a stencil, he created an outdoor Twister game.

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