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Happy weekend! Today I'm posting over at Or So She Says...

Pop on over for a tutorial on using a classic Golden Book, like this:

to make a fun wood memory game, like this:

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16 comments:

Jodie said...

What a great idea !!!

Erin said...

i have seen lots of homemade memory games but not one using a vintage childrens book. i love it! thanks!

Mariel said...

Thanks soooo much for your cute post on our blog! We love your creative mind!

Mariel
www.oneshetwoshe.com

Jessica said...

Thank you Jill! Im so glad I found your great blog!

Melanie said...

I really love this idea. And I already have some of those old books floating around! You are blessed with a great creative brain.

Mod Podge Amy said...

You did an awesome job - how cute!

Alicia said...

I can't wait - my toddler will LOVE this!!

Julie said...

I just found you today and I love your blog! I wanted to leave a more detailed message but I had trouble with the "email me" link.

Love your stuff!

Mommy Mac said...

You are profoundly creative! So glad for your feature posting!!!

.mac :)

marnae said...

Thanks for your post--love the idea and am planning on making some for christmas gifts. Just FYI, I found the wooden squares at www.craftparts.com for a little cheaper. They were $15 for 100 squares..for those interested in making some. Thanks again!

Cissy said...

Love this! It's just what I'm looking for: a unique, vintage memory game. Maybe I'll make alphabet cards using the same idea.

Linz said...

I loved the tutorial you did! This is a perfect homemade gift for my almost 3 year-old nephew! Wait...is that old enough for a memory game? I don't have kids so I sometimes forget the ages kids have to be to do certain crafts or games or what-not.

Thanks for all your awesome ideas! Many of them are going to be part of my homemade Christmas gifts this year. You are truly gifted!!

Kristin said...

This might be the best thing I have ever seen. Conference weekend here I come. THANK YOU!!

Random Chance said...

I borrowed this idea and posted it on my blog. I did give you credit for my inspiration! Thanks for a cute christmas gift idea for my little man! :)

amy smart said...

This is SO ADORABLE! Thanks so much for the great tip!

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so cute, thanks for the tutorial, It is cool, I know that the children are so happy doing similar things!hahahahahahahaha!! so cool!