Jell-O Shot Jenga
Brian Calteaux from Winona, MN, sells these on his Etsy shop StonePointWoodwork, according to the site Crafty Morning, and they’re even better than you’d expect. Each looks like a typical Jenga board with 54 pieces, but hidden inside 15 of the pieces are slots to hide Jell-O shots. When you play, if you pull one of those pieces, the shot is yours.
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