Thanksgiving has come and gone — guess what that means? Let the Christmas festivities begin! Today is for the kiddos — nieces, nephews, siblings, cousins, grandkids, friends and more. A Holiday Memory Matching Game using holiday scrabble tiles!
A few months ago I spotted these cute holiday scrabble tiles on Etsy and thought they would make a great matching game. I’ve been waiting to share this fun project with you and I think you’ll agree it’s a fabulous gift idea for the kiddos.
I used to LOVE playing matching games when I was younger and I was pretty good at winning (wink-wink). It was a fun way to pass the time away during the hot summer days or cold winter ones. Let’s take a look at how easy this is to pull together.
Supplies for Matching Game:
The first thing you’ll want to do is collect the holiday scrabble tiles that you want to use for the game. You could also use the letters for J-O-Y, P-E-A-C-E, or the numbers 2 and 5 etc. My tiles included a pair of each of the following: Star, Winter Owl, Candy Cane, Santa Claus, Gingerbread Man, Deer, Snowman, Christmas Tree, Stocking, and Wreath. A total of 20 tiles per set. (This complete set of tiles could be used for different holiday matching games — woo hoo!)
The graphic image will be applied similarly to my spring and Easter iron-on transfers. You’ll start by printing the matching game images (see below) using appropriate paper iron-on transfer paper for ink-jet printers.
Cut each design out while the iron is warming up. I like rounding the edges for my transfers.
Add your tiles to the muslin bag and it’s ready for gifting — and it’s small enough to take along for the holiday travels.
Here are the game graphics for you to use, they’re ready to go! I have both red and green and the basic black as well. There are six per sheet if you decide to make a bunch and gift them!
*Please Note: All printables and downloads designed by Live Laugh Rowe are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Please do not alter the file or claim it as your own. This file is not intended for resale, nor are the printed versions of this file.
Thanks for stopping by — and happy creating!