Special Guest Post: Halloween Matching Game

Happy Friday, everyone!  Today, I am thrilled to introduce you to a very special guest. My cousin, Liesel, is incredibly talented!  She has always inspired me, and today she is here to inspire you, too!  Everything she makes is just so cute!  I coaxed Liesel to join us today!  She will be sharing an adorable Halloween project perfect for your little ones!

Hello loyal Oopsey Daisy readers! I am so excited to be a guest today.

Let me introduce myself, my name is Liesel. I am married to a very handsome dentist 🙂 and we have one little girl who is 18 months old. Making crafts is so relaxing and is very enjoyable to me! I love making cute things that are fun, yet can be used for a very long time.

I found these adorable Halloween elements and paper online from Echo Park Paper Co. I fell in love with it and immediately thought it would be perfect to make a fun Halloween Matching Game! So, today I want to share with you how I made mine.
To buy your Halloween Tricks & Treats Elements pack, go here.
To buy your Halloween Tricks & Treats paper pack, go here.

I decided that since my printer is running low on colored ink, I would make a 5x7 image in Photoshop Elements to print out at my local photo place. I divided my 5x7 image in half and made two cards on each 5x7 image. I used the paper from Echo Park Paper Co. as my background and then added rounded rectangles on top. I then added elements and text to complete the Halloween cards.
I printed out the images TWICE at my local photo place as 5x7's and I love how inexpensive it was. Remember to print them out twice so that you can have a match for each image in the matching game!
Next, I cut each image in half.
I decided I liked the rounded corners look. So, I rounded each corner on each Halloween Card.
I then cut 8 1/2 x 11 sheets of black paper into 1/4's. I also rounded the corners on each black piece of card stock.
Next I glued my photo's onto the black card stock backing. I also laminated my cards for durability so they would last a long long time. 🙂
And ta da! You have a very fun and unique Halloween Matching Game that you can say you made!
And here is a picture of one of each of my Halloween Cards I made. I love how they turned out.

Thanks so much for allowing me to be a guest here today Alison! Happy Halloween!

Isn't she wonderful?!  What a fun project! I always love a good matching game!  This one is fabulous!

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  1. Geezees Custom Canvas Art says

    Love the first pic!!

  2. What a cute little game and a beautiful family! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} says

    I have seen this floating around blogland. I love it! Its just too cute! Thank you so much for sharing!

  4. For The Luv Of Boys says

    Very cute!

  5. Great idea. My grandson is 4 and loves matching games.

  6. Love it! What a fun Halloween match game!

  7. AZPartyMamma says

    what a great idea! I love the ink saving tip to print them on 5×7. Our local printers always have coupons.

  8. I LOVE this memory game…going to make one of my own soon! I featured it on my blog today! Have a fabulous weekend!

    Here's the link to the post:

  9. love this so much!

  10. Love these cards!! Plan on using them with my kids during therapy!!

  11. I love this idea! I may have to make these for my son! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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