I like to get a jump on little Halloween crafts, so I am stocking up during the 12 x 12 sale this month at CutCardStock. One of the fun little goodies I am making is this easy to make memory game. This is a project that can be mass-produced if you want to make it for a classroom of kids, or spend a little extra time and make it special for your favorite Trick-or-Treater!
Halloween Memory Game by Amber Lawrence
12 x 12 Curious Metallic Cryogen White cardstock
12 x 12 Basis Orange cardstock
8.5 x 11 Pop Tones Sour Apple cardstock
3 punches, sized to nest together
Halloween stamps, 10 different images that will each fit within the smallest sized punch
Ink, I used Staz-On Black
Punch out 20 shapes from each color of cardstock, each color being a different size punch.
Stamp each of the 10 images twice so that you have a pair for every stamp.
(Optional: You could color in the images yourself, or let the recipient of this fun little gift color them in.)
When all the pieces are finished, you’ll have 20 game pieces. The object is to shuffle the pieces and then lay them face down and use your memory to match the pairs together.
Package your gifty game in a little cello bag tied with a cute ribbon and it’s ready for your favorite Trick-or-Treater!