16 responses to “DIY Giant Lawn Matching Game”

  1. I love the stenciled shapes you created for this game – lemon wedges and ice cream cones are my faves.

  2. These are great! What a fun outdoor summer game =) I love how you made it a reusable game, too!

  3. Love anything big. Love this!

  4. I looooved matching games too! Oh my gosh, this brings back so many fun times. What a wonderful idea! Could this be played as a makeshift Twister as well? haha!

  5. this is a very original and nice diy!!

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  6. Yay! What a great idea! I’m going to need to make this for my daughter’s 5th birthday party coming up. She’s super into matching games right now. (And I’ve always been! LOL.) Thanks so much!

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  8. I LOVE this! It’s so great when you can come up with a great activity like this with things around the house!

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