The Tsum Tsums are piled a little too high and cannot reach the spots they want to go. The children have to help the tsum tsums get to the right spots. This is a simple side game to play at a Tsum Tsum party. It’ll cost about $45 and can entertain the children carnival style.
- 3-4 small, plush tsum tsum characters that the child doesn’t mind the guests touching and tossing- you will probably have to buy some specifically for the game.
- Science symposium level poster board
- exacto knife or skills using regular scissors
- printer and ink or painting skills
- duct tape
- 3-4 plastic bags
Unfold the poster board and lay it on the ground so that the creases that allow the two wings of the poster board to fold in are facing you. This is going to be the front of the game where the children can toss the tsum tsums into the right spots. Sketch out a design of stacked characters. You can simply draw ovals about the size of the characters and write the character’s name.
Once you’re done with that, draw circles and ovals that vary in size. Make the smallest at least 1 inch larger that the circumference of the tsum tsum. Once you have a design that you like, cut out these holes carefully. Use one of the small tsum tsums to make sure that it fits generally into the hole you created. When you’re satisfied with that, turn the board around. Use the plastic bags and duct tape to create a net for the tsum tsums to fall into.
Finish up your design in the front with either paint or cut outs of images from the internet. Test it out.