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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Peek-A-Boo I Love You Memory Game


I've been working on a family memory game for my son for what seems like forever! A week without internet and I am happy to say that I have finally finished. I've called this game "Peek-A-Boo I Love You". 

The front of the card says "Peek-A-Boo" and the back contains a photo of my son and a family member. It also says "(name of family member) loves you." I printed the picture side out on white paper and the front on green construction paper (K's favorite color). I then cut them out, glued them together and laminated. Here is the final result:




(Sorry about the bad photo quality). We're having a rainy winter here in Sydney and my house lacks any form of natural light. I'll try and get some better photos up when the sun comes out! :)

So what do you think? I think they turned out great and K loves them. He's still trying to figure out the memory game rules but loves looking at the photos.

I'm thinking of setting up an Etsy shop and selling the document to make your own set. Please let me know if you are interested.

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30 comments:

  1. How fun! Such a great idea to laminate them so little fingers can't hurt them. Great project!

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  2. What a cute idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I just love those. I saw a similar version somewhere and have wanting to make them. I really like how yours has a picture of your child with the family member instead of the family member alone...those are so great.

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  4. Those are adorable! And then we could avoid those embarrasing moments when we see family members and Adam doesn't remember their names!

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  5. Oh my gosh I love that!

    Giving you a blog award. Stop by my blog and then pass it on!

    http://delilahsmomma.blogspot.com/2010/05/blog-award.html

    Janimal

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  6. Very cool idea!!! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

    Ginger
    SSB

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  7. What a cute idea!
    suchakingdom.blogspot.com

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  8. How sweet! That's so much better than matching animals. Thanks for sharing ... I've posted a link.

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  9. HI, what a great blog you have. I really enjoy reading it...thanks again, karen

    Sippy Cup Central

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  10. OOOHHHH That is so gorgeous. I love it!!!
    From Alissa@ Excuse Me Mrs.C!

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  11. I love this idea. Our families live interstate (with my sister-in-law living overseas), and this is a fantastic, fun way to keep their names and pictures in my son's memory. Excellent!

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  12. Oh I just love this idea! Bookmarking it now!

    Hope you will pop by and visit me too!

    Kind Regards,
    Georgia

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  13. SOOOOOOOO Cute! My son would love these~!

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  14. Such a sweet idea!

    Thanks for linking up with What are little boys made of?

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  15. THis is so fun! I love it! : )

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  16. Very nice project!
    Thanks for linking and helping to make this the most successful Modern Craftswoman Monday so far! Rory

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  17. So cute! Definintely easy enough to make for my kiddo!

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  18. I cant believe I have never seen your blog before.. its great and a fellow Aussie - smile
    I think its a great idea - I know my toddler would love this.

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  19. very cute...i think i'm going to have to make something like this for my dd for numbers and letters...something to do over the summer!

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  20. What an awesome idea!! I've got a nephew who would adore something like this, thanks for the inspiration!!

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  21. How creative! What a cute game idea! Thanks for linking up to Hoo's got talent!

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  22. I have been wanting to do something similar for a long time now! If you're ever interested in having real playing card-type cards made, you can do it through Heritage Makers (check it out at www.raisingmemories.com)- I'm excited to make a set, and I may just have to use your great Peek-A-Boo name- I love it! & I love that you wrote "So & so loves you"- so great! Thanks so much for linking up at Sharing Time this week!
    Can't wait to see what you'll share next week! :)
    ~Heather

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  23. This is such an adorable idea! My son uses PECS cards to communicate which are very similar to these. I think he would just adore this! Thanks so much for joining The Sunday Showcase. I greatly appreciate it! Hope you are enjoying your week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

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  24. Hi Jenn! Just wanted to let you know I'll be featuring your memory game today! Stop by and grab a featured button if you like! Thanks again for linking to The Sunday Showcase Party! ~ Stephanie Lynn

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  25. What a wonderful idea! I love how it promotes family connections.

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  26. Stopping by from SITS, congrats on your big day!! I LOVE this idea!!! I made flashcards for my neices and nephews with pics of different things + family members, but this is a terrific idea, can't wait to try it out!!

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