A few years ago I shared my Family PHOTO MEMORY GAME. It was a huge hit and a great Christmas present for my little ones. I wanted to share this again for a great gift idea! Now that we have two more members of our family…it is time to make another one. I am thinking of using metal juice tops or circle chipboards for the next set…I will post when I make it! My kids have played this over and over again and they love looking at past photos!
Here are the instructions for any of you who want to give it a try.
Things you’ll need:
-Bazzill chipboard squares, (2 inch)-you can find them online or at most craft stores
They come in packs of 20 and I used 2 packs-so I had 20 pairs of photos.
-20 photos-2 of each printed 2×2 inches.
-Scrapbook paper for the back-digi paper is best to print and use because you need the
backs to look exactly the same. I just cropped this polka-dot digi paper and printed
40 2×2 inch squares.
-glue stick, or some form of adhesive and Mod-Podge (what would we do without Mod-Podge!)
1. Print your photos and digi paper or cut out squares from scrapbook paper for backs. I added a frame to my photos and a grunge frame to the back paper.
2. Glue both sides with adhesive.
3. Mod-Podge over the photos and back paper. I did one side of all and then let them dry for about 30 minutes or so and then mod-podged the other side.
Next step is to find a fun way to store your photo memory game. There are a lot of ways to do this, but I found this tin box with a lid at Robert’s Crafts. I added some paper, ribbon and a little family photo. Loved making this!