Time to do some crafting. Maybe this is something you can make as a gift for Christmas or prepare it for a lazy game Sunday with the family. It is not only fun to play this game, but to make up your own patterns with all of your pretty washi tapes.
All you need is a box full of plain memory cards, should be available in every bigger craft store and a whole lot of different washi tapes with pretty colors and patterns.
Always take two plain cards and tape the same pattern on them. My cards were almost the perfect size, so that four stripes of tape fitted almost completely on the card. Cut the ends really close at the edges, so nothing overlaps.
If you want to make this game a little harder, choose patterns that differ only in slight color shades or for example stripes, that are straight and cross in the same color. Thus it’s harder to tell the cards apart, when they are turned seperately. And you will most likely find it harder getting the right pair.
I will show you next week, how to make this pretty box for your memory cards. It’s very easy and quick.
have fun creating your own patterns for your memory game
This little garland should remind me to read more everyday. It hangs above my reading armchair next to my book shelf. Until now I only read in bed, till my eyelids drop. But since I reorganized my books and my reading space, I read every day for a little while between appointments or tasks from my to do-list. Love this new place.
The garland is very easy and fast to make.
1.You take an old book you won’t read anymore and tear out some pages, foremost pages with text only and no heading or pictures. Then you fold them always on the same line of text. It’s the easiest way to get the same length for all pages.
2.-4. Draw 3D-letters on the pages with a black marker. This way you make sure, that the text isn’t visible under it.
5. Choose a ribbon, place it on the inner fold and glue the short end of the page.
6. Then fold it over and run over it, to ensure that the two parts of the page stick together.
And now you are already disposed to hang the garland. Easy, isn’t it? 🙂
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