Here's a little something I made a while ago, but never shared with you. As many of you know, my daughter Savannah has a severe peanut allergy. Because of her allergy, Halloween can be very tricky and not so treaty for us! There is candy that is safe for her, but a majority of candy (especially the kind that most people give out) is not safe for her. Before my list of safe candy grew, I would substitute "treats" for things like this. . .a game. I used the Trick or Sweet set from Taylored Expressions to make a Memory Game for Savannah. She's always loved to play Memory, so I thought she'd LOVE a new set of cards with a Halloween theme! I found these chipboard coaster in the Target $1 bin, so I used my Coluzzle and cut out circles for the fronts and backs of the coasters. I stamped the images and colored them in with Copic markers. The circles are attached to the coasters with Liquid Laminate. For the backs I used the Frightful Night set and the Spunky Alphabet.
Since making these cards, the girls have played with them A LOT! They are still holding strong, but we've lost one card that I can't seem to find. I may just have to make another one! LOL Thanks for stopping by and have a great start to your week! SUPPLIES USED: Stamps- Trick or Sweet, Frightful Night (Taylored Expressions), Spunky Alphabet (SU); Paper- white (Georgia-Pacific), patterned (DCWV); Ink- Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko); Accessories- chipboard coasters (Target $1 bin), Copic markers, Liquid Laminate (Beacon), Coluzzle.