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Sports Fan Photo Frames

Looking for DIY boys' room decor? We found the perfect sports craft idea, and it's sure to be a grand slam with your little athlete. Sports Fan Photo Frames are easy to make, and they look great just about anywhere in the house. Use these Sports Fan Photo Frames to remember the best game of the Little League season, or simply leave the decorative papers in place for a cool sports-themed decoration. Kids could even give these DIY picture frames as a gift for their #1 Dad and use photos of the two of them together. No matter how you use them, these frames will make it feel like game day every day!

Sports Fan Photo Frames

Materials:

  • Plaid ® Wood Surfaces - Frames - Triptych Square Hanging
  • FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors, 2oz.: Pueblo, Teddy Bear Brown, Wicker White, Licorice, Christmas Red
  • Mod Podge ® Gloss, 8 oz.
  • Scissors Black fine tip permanent marker
  • Foam plate for paints
  • Spray sealer
  • ¾” Flat paintbrushe
  • #8 Flat paintbrush
  • #1 Round paintbrush
  • Scrapbook papers

Instructions:

  1. Remove all frame inserts.
  2. Paint top frame with Pueblo; let dry.
  3. Paint middle frame with Wicker White; let dry.
  4. Paint bottom frame with Teddy Bear Brown; let dry.
  5. Referring to photo for placement, use permanent marker to draw seams on baseball.
  6. Referring to photo for placement, use #8 paintbrush and Licorice Black to paint lines of basketball on top frame. Let dry.
  7. Referring to photo for placement, use #1 round paintbrush and Christmas Red to paint lines of baseball on middle frame. Let dry.
  8. Referring to photo for placement, use #8 paintbrush and Wicker White to paint lines of football on bottom frame. Let dry.
  9. Referring to photo for placement, use permanent marker to write words and draw stitches on football.
  10. Apply a coat of sealer to frame; set aside.
  11. Using paper insert as a pattern, cut one piece from each scrapbook paper pattern.
  12. Use Mod Podge to attach scrapbook paper to wood frame inserts, smoothing out any wrinkles. Let dry.
  13. Attach photos as desired over scrapbook papers; place protective insert over pictures and reassemble frame.

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