Memory is a game that I remember playing as a child. I remember matching up pictures of fruit and baby strollers. We always had such fun playing that. Being a mom myself now, I created a simple DIY memory game with some scrapbook paper, paper punches and adorable stamps from PSA Essentials. And it was the perfect game to play with my middle daughter while her older sister was out at a friends house. I love it that my Gracie girl is so easy to please. 🙂
This is such a simple project and you can totally pull it off during nap time. Here’s what you’ll need to make a Valentine Memory Game of your own.
Paper Punch (your choice)
Scrapbook Paper (card stock is more durable)
Rubber Stamps & Ink from PSA Essentials
This year I joined the creative team over at PSA Essentials so you will be seeing a few crafts each month where I use their fun stamp collection. I didn’t use any one set of stamps for this project. I knew I wanted to do a Valentine themed game so I went through my stamps and picked out a few that I thought would be a good fit. I used about 6-8 different stamps and stamped 2 of each on on my scrapbook paper and then cut them out with my paper punch. So simple. This would make a fun and simple classroom valentine gift for your kids to hand out to their friends. Just stack up your pieces and tie it up with some bakers twine and you are good to go!