8 Awesome DIY Memory Games

8 awesome DIY memory games from

Memory is such a classic! I remember loving it as a kid and even now I still love playing. It’s the perfect blend of fun and education, helping tykes identify colors, patterns, fruits, animals, letters – you name it! I love the idea of handmade games that can be whipped up with things you probably already have at home without a big investment in purchasing plastic versions from big box stores. There’s just something so delightfully old fashioned about handcrafted games, don’t you think? Perfect for gift giving, road trips or rainy afternoons, here are 8 awesome DIY memory games!

  • Custom Photo Memory Game 1 of 8
    Custom Photo Memory Game
    I love this photo memory game, which you can customize with your own family photos and glue!
    Get the how-to from Dear Lizzy.
  • Felt + Wood Memory Game 2 of 8
    Felt + Wood Memory Game
    This simple version of the game uses colorful shapes cut from felt and attached to wood disks with glue.
    Get the how-to from Dandee.
  • Color Coded Graphic memory Game 3 of 8
    Color Coded Graphic memory Game
    Clean, modern and graphic, I love the styling of this memory game, using colorful circles of paper attached to thin squares of balsa wood.
    Get the how-to from Hellobee.
  • Fabric Quilted Memory Game 4 of 8
    Fabric Quilted Memory Game
    This fabric memory game definitely has a touch of the old fashioned! Customize yours with patterns and fabrics that you love.
    Get the how-to from The Purl Bee.
  • Popsicle Memory Game 5 of 8
    Popsicle Memory Game
    A fun twist on a classic, this memory uses bright and cheerful paper popsicles!
    Get the how-to and printable from Eat Drink Chic.
  • Pattern Block Memory Game 6 of 8
    Pattern Block Memory Game
    This pattern block memory game uses scrapbook paper attached to wooden rectangles with ModPodge.
    Get the how-to from My So Called Green Life.
  • Baby Food Lid Memory Game 7 of 8
    Baby Food Lid Memory Game
    This crafty memory game utilizes pretty patterns pasted onto baby food jar lids.
    Get the how-to from Snazzlecraft.
  • Paper Memory Game 8 of 8
    Paper Memory Game
    This super easy version uses patterned papers cut into circles. Use scrapbook paper or wrapping paper!
    Get the how-to from Maya Made.

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