Concentration Card Game with Memorable Photos

What kind of photos have you taken this year? Birthday parties, scenes from trips, tears and smiles, these days our worlds are filled with photos.
Make a deck of cards for a concentration game using your very own photos. You can play cards and share a bunch of memories at the same time.
Using photos of your family and your relatives will put a little extra sparkle into family get togethers this holiday season!

You will need...

- Materials: -

  • Paper for double-sided printing (Epson Photo Quality Ink Jet recommended)
  • Labels or stickers

- Tools -

  • Cutter
  • Cutting mat
  • Ruler
  • Glue
  • Pen

- Before you start -

  • - Make sure you have your design paper ready on one side of the paper for double-sided printing.
  • Don't forget, you can print design paper using the smartphone app "Epson Creative Print".
     You can also print from the printer control panel.

How to

1 Select the photos you want to print from your smartphone, arrange them on A4 size and adjust the photo size as you want using the "Collage" function from the smartphone app "Epson Creative Print". Print this photo collage on the back of the design paper.
2 Check the preview. If you don't have any paper for double-sided printing, print the design paper and photo collage separately, and then stick them together.
3 Cut out each photo using a cutter.
Make one more deck of cards.
4 Make cover paper. Cut a sheet of design paper to fit the long edge of the cards, wrap the deck of cards, and then stick the edges with glue.
5 Turn it over, and attach stickers to the front.

—Style—

Coming up with your own rules other than traditional concentration rules can be fun.
For example, if the same person appears in both photos, even if they are not the same photo, the player wins the pair.
Or, assign different points for different people. Adding unique rules can make the game more exciting than ever before!

Creator of the samples above

Maika Kokubo

Craft Planner. Promotes sales of stationery and other varieties of products, as well as creating craft instructions for books and websites.
Organizes small art classes called "Otona no zuga kosaku" (art lessons for adults), as well as a number of large workshop events at commercial facilities making use of her experiences of working at a theme park for kids. Provides instructions and an experience that everyone can enjoy.
An organizer for the Monozukuri project "Kufunotamago".
http://micke.co.jp

Printing Design Paper

You can choose from 20 pre-installed design paper patterns on the printer.

Getting More Bang From the App!

You can choose from 110 pre-installed design paper patterns using the app for smart devices.

Epson Creative Print

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