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December 3, 2011 Christmas Memory Card Game

Good evening everyone!!!!

I just finished making some Christmas Memory Cards for my son's class to use at their Christmas party.:0)

I purchased two sets of chipboard coasters at Michael's; they were in the $1.50 bin.
I attached the cardstock (Recollections) with double-stick tape. After that I sanded the edges of the cardstock down with a foam sanding block.
One side of the coaster is white...I used that side to place the shape. The Christmas theme was the side I covered with cardstock.

Here are the cartridges I used to create this.
From My Kitchen: gingerbread man
Hello Kitty Greetings: snowman
Winter Frolic: tree and mouse with gift
Doodlecharms: Santa
Create a Critter:reindeer

Paper used: K&C Company and Recollections

Have a great weekend everyone!!!;0)







Comments

That is really cute, I have neices that will be at the right age for that at Christmas dinner, I will have a set ready for them! Thank you for sharing!
Linsey said…
Bex, this Christmas memory game is such a wonderful idea! I LOVE it!!! I have a bunch of round coasters and now I'm definitely inspired to try this for my little neice for Christmas! Gosh, SO super creative!! TFS and regarding your comment on my blog about the stars on my mini pails--I got those stars at JoAnn's in the floral isle--they were in bins and there's different styrofoam shapes, like candies and presents and stars but they're on "branches" so I just disassembled them for what I wanted. Hope that helps and thanks for your super sweet comments, you made my day! Glad you got you some tissue paper to stamp too, it's so fun! :)

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Good morning everyone!
I found some super cute stamps at http://www.allthatscraps.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&zenid=2ad66e87992de7cb5fce999385712ca4&keyword=lucy
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solid background paper is both from (old) SU
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