Hey there! Are you enjoying your 13 Days of Fall & Halloween so far?
I’m here to show you how I took some fun digi goodness and turned them into a memory match game for my kiddos…or me. Who are we kidding here?
Here’s what you’ll need:
1. Small Wood Pieces (I used 1.5″ circles I found at my local hobby store)
2. Mod Podge
3. Paint & Brushes
4. White Cardstock
6. Digital Elements & Papers
I used the following Digi Supplies:
1. Using the measurements posted on the bag, I created a template in Photoshop to clip my papers and elements to.
2. Print out the document and cut out the images using your method of choice. I used a circle punch.
3. Paint wooden pieces the color of your choice – or leave natural if you prefer.
4. If painted, allow the paint to fully dry and then apply a small amount of Mod Podge to one side of your painted wooden piece and to the back of your cut out image.
5. Apply the mod podged image to the mod podged side of your wooden piece, smoothing out any bubbles as you apply.
6. Once dry, this is the perfect opportunity to trim excess pieces of paper that may be overlapping your piece. Use a knife or sandpaper to remove this excess.
7. After trimmed and dry, apply a light coating of mod podge over the top of the applied image to seal it.
8. Repeat these steps with remaining pieces.
Once you are done, add the completed pieces to a decorative bag or box. I found this organza bag in the wedding section of our local craft store and tied it with a festive ribbon.