Poppy Robinson, 4, with Emily's House, the fairy tree in her grandad, Neil Rafis' front garden at Wreningham, which he made from an oak tree stump. Neil hopes that people will come and visit, take pictures and make a donation to EACH in memory of their friends' daughter, eight-year-old Emily Rush, who died in 2015. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY
Doesn't it seem like there's always at least one board game in your house that's no longer playable? Maybe there are pieces missing, or you've given up on the game because your sister throws a fit every time she's outmatched. Rather than let the lonely game languish on the shelf, explore the imaginative ways you can bring Clue or Monopoly or Scrabble to play in your home decor.