Donut matching game printable

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I’m slowly but surely falling in love with donuts! There are so many things to make on Pinterest that involve donuts! Maybe I should fall in love with some sort of vegetable or salad… but that thought only lasts for a moment or two when the mere notion of a donut comes to mind :)

Sweet little poofy things with silky smooth icing on-top…and, oh yes! Sprinkles! You can’t forget the sprinkles!

Today is a little DIY/printable that involves donuts!

You can do this with your little one and depending on how many you print out, you can make this matching game easier or harder. :)

YAY for donuts! Let’s get started:

All you need for this project is scissors, a hole punch, white card stock, and this printable right here.

Simply print out the donut pages on the white card stock so the ink doesn’t show through.

Cut the donuts out and then using a hole punch to be able to get the scissors through, cut out the middle. This part is optional, but it sure does make them look like donuts! :)

That’s all


1. Mix up the donuts and lay them out randomly upside down without knowing which one is where.

2. Going clockwise, pick two donuts and flip them over. If they don’t match, then re-flip them.

3. If they match, then that player gets another turn. Do this until all of the donuts are flipped over.

(There is only 2 of each color but to make it harder, you can print out enough to  make 4 of a color)

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Have fun, and tag me in a pic of you playing! @DIYCaroline

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A Gift for the “Storyteller”

Part of telling a new story, is telling it in new ways.


Close your eyes. Picture your family… who in your family is the story teller? Do you have him…or her pictured in your mind? Okay, now how about a really simple gift (under 10 dollars) that will help that person do even more of what they love to do….


“roll film!”

dice game for under TEN BUCKS

All you need is three main things:

You will need four different colors of paint and out of the pack of cubes, you need four.

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Paint the cubes all different colors of your choice. Let dry. Can you believe it? …your almost done chickadee!

Make each die either a, setting, character, plot, or time die.

For example: Orange rolls the character,

Pink rolls the time…etc.

Write the theme on each die. For example: Character die has (written on each side) Santa, Surfer, Penguin, Zoo Keeper, etc. Here are some ideas to get you “rolling” Heehee! ;)

North Pole
Your Birthday
Your name
Stuck in the desert
Find a map
Find Bigfoot
Catch a robber
Give a speech

Roll Film dice game

Fill in the “rules” page you can print out above and,


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Wrap in a cute little box with ribbon and give to your little (or big) storyteller on Christmas.

This makes a great stocking stuffer or an “oops! your present didn’t come in the mail yet” kind of gift. ;)

Have A truly Wonderful Christmas Y’all!!!


Can I see yours? How many dice did you use? Any other ideas? I would love to know!

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Post a pic on Twitter and Tag @DIYCaroline in it, or tag me on Facebook: @Sweet16inStitches

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