For my friend and co-worker's birthday, I made her a work version of Clue. (RSSU is the name of the department we work in.) Probably a lot of this will be lost on the general public since they don't know the ins and outs of my workplace, but I think it's still got a general appeal!
I found an old Clue game at the thrift store. It was missing some pieces, so I knocked them down to a dollar (I love a bargain!). Here is the board... I've renamed the rooms to reflect different rooms in our workplace. Putting the labels on the rooms where the board folds was tough, but I think I managed alright, even if they don't look the neatest:
I made new cards for the game with six of our co-workers as the suspects, "weapons" we find around work or that we have some kind of inside joke about, and the different rooms. I sneakily took photos when my co-worker wasn't around.
The suspects (photos all pilfered from Facebook). My best friend in her bright yellow helmet just slays me:
The weapons, in card form, and in Fimo form!
Here is the cover of the game box. I'd like to have taken more time with it, but the rest of the game had taken me a really long time already by that point. All I did was replace the characters with our faces, with slightly hilarious results. The one on the far left I must have mismeasured somehow... obviously her head isn't as big as it should have been:
And here we are in miniature on the side of the game box:
I made game playing pieces out of Fimo and painted them with acrylic paints. They are hilariously wonky, but I think they are really cute. I decoupaged our faces on them, and our names on the other sides. I have my doubts that the decoupaged pieces will stay on, but I've done my best.
For the envelope that holds the solution to the game, I replaced the normal envelope that comes with the game with a tiny interdepartmental office envelope, which I made by shrinking down an actual interpartmental envelope and copying it onto an oatmeal piece of paper. It is SO CUTE. I want to make a hundred of these and send tiny love notes via interdepartmental mail. Here it is next to the original:
I also made up some score cards to keep track of your accusations:
The end! My co-worker LOVED it.