Sunday, January 5, 2014

January Workshop - Photo Memory Game

Almost every one of us has played the game Memory at one point in our lives, either as children or as an adult playing with another child.  In January's workshop, come create a personalized Photo Memory game for someone you love.  Not only is this a great activity with your own children, but this would make a great gift for another special child in your life.  This set makes a great baby shower gift too!  While babies are not yet old enough to "play" the game, the cards are great for babies to look at and recognize people and pets who are part of their lives.
Inside the adorable storage box, you will find 24 - 3" x 3" cardboard tiles.  This allows you to create 12 pairs of pictures. 
You decide what type of pictures you'd like to use - close-ups, scenery shots, action shots, etc.  I used close-ups of family members (including grandparents, aunts/uncles, cousins, etc.).  The set that I created uses the Polka-dot side of the Babycakes paper set for the back of the cards.  If you prefer, the paper flips over to the alphabet print shown above.
My daughter had fun just flipping over the cards trying to find matches without formally playing the game.  Here she discovered the match for her cousin!
 The two canine members of our family reserved their own spots in our Memory game as well!
The cost for this workshop is $20 and includes 24 tiles, storage box and all materials to decorate your box and tiles.  All paper will be precut and ready to assemble. 
This workshop will be held on Thursday, January 23rd at 8 PM.   Light refreshments will be provided.  Space is limited, so purchase your kit today to reserve your space!  The RSVP and payment deadline is January 14th to ensure timely arrival of all materials.  You will receive a confirmation e-mail within 48 hours of your payment.
Not local to the area, contact me to purchase the kit (with an added fee for S & H) so you can create your own version at home!  I am happy to help you out via e-mail or phone with any questions you may have.

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