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Build the World’s Cheapest Tiki Bar

16 November 2008 No Comment

For homeowners and apartment dwellers looking to add tiki style to their home life, tiki bar kits can provide a beautiful tiki bar that is easy to set up at a reasonable cost.  For those looking for something more custom, there are some good tiki bar plans out there that offer step-by-step instructions on how to build a beautiful indoor or outdoor tiki bar.

What if you only need a temporary tiki bar for that tiki-themed Christmas party?  You may have a limited budget and want to avoid spending it all on a tiki bar kit.  You can create a temporary tiki bar for under $10, allowing you to focus your budget on the truly important stuff – booze.

  • Clear off one table – this can be a small dining table, kitchen table, or desk.  This will be your new tiki bar.
  • Drive down to your nearby grocery store and pick up a dozen paper bags.  Cut them length-wise, tape them together, and tape to the top of your table.
  • Track down a raffia grass table skirt – these can be found on eBay or at a local party supplies store.  Attach the grass skirt to the front and sides of your table.
  • Set a few bottles of rum, juice, and your bucket of ice on the table.  You’ve got a tiki bar!

Enjoy the party and drink a Navy Grog for us!


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