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I Spy Conversation-Starter Game

Martha Stewart Weddings, Summer 2009

Keep your littlest guests occupied with this photographic scavenger hunt. Who knows? One of them might even snap your favorite shot of the night.

Place a card, a disposable camera, and a pencil at each child's setting, and see which kid can photograph all the items on the list first. You won't need an incentive to get the kids playing, but a small prize for the winner is a good idea.

Download the PDF and print onto card stock. With a paper trimmer or a craft knife and metal straightedge, cut the paper in half to make two cards. Use a rounded corner punch to trim the corners of each card.

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Comments (11)

  • 7 Nov, 2012

    The templates are so cute!

    If you don't want to do it with disposable cameras you can always use your phone cameras and a phone App like Our Photo Opp - Bride Edition. That way all the photos get automatically sent to the bride, saved in an online album that she can edit, and anyone with a camera can share, view and contribute.

  • 31 Jul, 2012

    I want to change the colors of the text. Anybody out there have a template that will allow this?

  • 4 Mar, 2012

    @MelissaAndDan: We plan on having our guests take pictures with their own digital cameras at the reception and then later upload the photos to a special account on an online photo sharing site. We're going to use cards like this but I plan on making up about 10 different ones particular to our event just to encourage guests to snap photos of different things. Best Wishes!

  • 29 Dec, 2011

    I love this idea, but the disposable cameras has me tripped up. Any ideas as to how to get something that might be instantly developed? I thought about having them just use their parents' digital ones, but that seems trickier, especially if parents' have more than one child. Has anyone actually used this idea?

  • 25 Aug, 2011

    What an adorable idea, I bet the kids would love it!

  • 16 Jul, 2011

    @ Kjustice I would suggest clipping an image of the typeface and going to whatthefont.com to see what it comes up with.

    Good luck!

  • 27 Jun, 2011

    Hey. does anyone know what font is on these? i wanted to make matching signs for a wedding. I need help..i have the western looking one but cant figure out what the other one is.

  • 21 Mar, 2010

    I'm not sure, but the more Western looking one looks similar to "Rosewood." You should check out dafont.com and look for "western," fonts if you like it. =)

  • 21 Mar, 2010

    I'm not sure, but the more Western looking one looks similar to "Rosewood." You should check out dafont.com and look for "western," fonts if you like it. =)

  • 21 Mar, 2010

    I'm not sure, but the more Western looking one looks similar to "Rosewood." You should check out dafont.com and look for "western," fonts if you like it. =)

  • 6 Mar, 2010

    Does anyone know what font is used on these i spy cards?