The first thing I did was go to Joann and buy all of my supplies. For the log toss I was able to get a piece of foam (on sale) that was 5 inches thick and I had them cut it 4-1/2 feet long. I wanted the "logs" to be taller than the kids and figured this was a good length. I then found some Heidi Swapp fabric that looked like wood grain and I got 3 yards of it to cover my foam "logs". Once I got home I cut the foam into 5 inch wide "logs" and then started sewing the wood covers.
One thing I was struggling to figure out was the archery target. I knew I needed a large circle frame of some kind that I could cover in burlap but would have the back open so that arrows could go through a hole that would be cut in the middle. I finally found the solution at Joann. I bought a large embroidery hoop. I purchased 1 yard of burlap and was able to fashion a target from that. I used basic craft paint for the bullseye. One problem I ran into was that when I hung the target up you weren't able to see the paint because the light shone through the burlap. I got a piece of cardboard and cut it to fit the hoop and solved the problem.
The last and biggest project were the corn hole boards. I went to Home Depot and had a piece of plywood cut into three 4' x 2' boards. Then I nicely asked the associate in tool rental if he had a round saw blade at least 6" that could cut out the holes. He did and even better was when he offered to cut them out for me. It was quite a project and he blew threw about 7 or 8 batteries for his drill before pulling out "The Beast" (a plug-in drill that was huge), but he got it done and they didn't charge me. I love Home Depot.
In order to prop the boards up we bought 3 pieces of scrap wood that were 4' long and about 12" wide. We got some brackets and I put them together. It worked perfectly. I used leftover primer and paint from another home project to paint the boards and basic craft paint to paint the triplets. I used leftover wood grain fabric and rice to make the beanbags for tossing.
I can't wait for the party! Once I get the other decorations and ideas ready I will post them.