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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Valentine Hearts Memory Game - free printable

Last week, when I shared the Valentine's Day Dominoes, I promised I would make a Valentine's Day memory game too. Well, here it is:

Valentine Hearts Memory Game - free printable

My kids love memory games, and have quite a few different ones but they're always ready to play with a new set. Because these printables are pretty inexpensive and I can always make more, they are wonderful to take on road trips and use when we have friends over. If the games end up damaged or missing a piece, they are easy to replace.

These are also a great Valentine's day gift for children.

To make your own, download the file here and use a color printer to print the pages front and back (the pages are organized in a way that when you print front and back, the back of the pieces will have a background of little dots in it, instead of just being blank) in the thickest paper or cardboard you can run through your printer.

The game pieces are heart shaped and I've made a set in solid colors and one with patterns. You can choose your favorite or mix and match them (as long as you keep the pieces in pairs) There are eight pages in total, so four sheets of paper are needed (two pages in case you just pick one of the sets).

The (front) pages will look like this: 

Valentine Hearts Memory Game - free printable

Cut each of the individual pieces, tie them together with a ribbon or place them in a bag or envelope, add a cute label and you're set with a great, original Valentine's gift.

For a more durable game, you can also laminate the pieces. 

Happy Tuesday,

keeping it real, craft blog



  1. Cute! Pinned and tweeted! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at our linky party. We hope to see you next Monday @ 7 because we can’t wait to see your new creations! Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls

  2. What a great idea! Thank you for sharing this sweet memory game at Tuesdays with a Twist! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  3. So cute! My 5 year old loves to play Memory! Thanks so much for sharing at Waiting on...Wednesday! Hope to see you back again tomorrow!

    1. Thank you Holly! My kids love it too, and the oldest is almost nine!

  4. How fun! I will feature this for tonight's Bloggers Spotlight Link and Pin-it Party! Don't forget to grab your button and we hope to see you again!

  5. Very cute!! I LOVED memory games as a Kindergarten teacher, and so did my munchkins... thank you for sharing at #FridayFrivolity! Pinning and tweeting!


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