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Project Time:20 minutes

My kids absolutely love card games, and we play them often. One of their favorites is Go Fish, and I thought it would be really fun to create a personalized game using pictures that we took at an apple orchard this fall. The game turned out so cute, and  was a huge hit with my kiddos!

It’s a quick and easy project that is totally customizable, and with the holidays coming up, it’s a super fun gift idea for friends, family, and even teachers. It just takes a few supplies, and in less than 30 minutes, you have a darling personalized game of Go Fish!



  1. Decide on the pictures you want to use, and print 4 copies of each one on your Sprocket. A standard deck is 52 cards, but you can use less if you want to, especially for younger children. If you use 12 pictures x 4 each, you’ll end up with 48 cards, which is enough to play.
  2. Peel back the adhesive from each picture and place on the BACK SIDE of the scrapbook paper you want to use. I highly recommend a thicker scrapbook paper – even a cardstock – to give you a sturdier card.*If you want to make the game even more durable, you can laminate each piece.
  3. Cut around the picture, so that the edges of the picture and the paper match up. Repeat for each picture.

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Kierste Wade

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