Monday, October 27, 2014

DIY halloween party activities

I love using my scrapbook stash for other things. It makes me feel a little more justified having a room full of crafty stuff. =) Here are a couple of fun Halloween party activities that I created for the We R Memory Keepers blog using my stash of Halloween dies and some other handy We R Memory Keepers tools.

Bat Favor Boxes

For easy and festive party favor containers, try creating paper gift boxes like I did with my Gift Box Punch Board, and then replacing the ribbon with washi tape, and the bow with a die cut bat.




You can fill these spooky boxes with whatever you'd like to share with your Halloween party guests--candy, baked goods, dollar store toys, snacks, etc. For full instructions and supplies, visit the We R Memory Keepers blog HERE.

DIY Halloween Memory Game

Dig into your stash of Halloween themed dies to create a set of memory cards for your child's class or neighborhood party, or just for the kids or grandkids to have something fun to keep them busy this time of year.


I used my handy 3x4 Card Punch to make quick work of the cards, and then die cut several matching spooky shapes and adhered them to the cards with double sided tape. You could also use pre-made die cuts or shapes instead. Then I laminated the cards so they last longer.


My 5 year old love to play with these. They'll keep her and her friends busy for hours over the next few weeks. Since I used up my stash for this project the only cost was $1 to get the cards laminated. Can't beat that! For full instructions and supplies for this project, visit the We R blog HERE.



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