Monday, April 4, 2011

It's not really football season....

but I still needed a cute little frame for Jace's picture.



I found wooden frames at Michaels for $1.00! They come plain, so I painted it black.


Then I mod-podged football paper on the top of the frame and the cardboard that was it it.


I added some ribbon and the champion sticker and of course, little Jace. Just a family side note, Greg's number was 11 when he played football. You wouldn't believe how proud that Papa was when we went to his games to watch him play!

Have a great week!

11 comments:

Shirl said...

Looks really good, I love it! Just popping by on the Monday Blog Hop.

Michelle said...

Wow!! What a cute idea! I'm really gonna have to figure out what this Mod Podge stuff is that everyone's using! LOL Which section is it usually in at the craft stores? Following you back! Have a great Monday.

Kathleen said...

Terri, so cute! I love those frames from Michaels. And I am looking forward to having grandchildren so I can make cute things for them! :)

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Krissy said...

That's adorable!! Looks very professional. I have done that to frames before, much cheaper than buying a brand new frame!

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Marcy said...

Very cool!

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jag748 said...

Your right I was very proud and even prouder that you made it a memory! Luv Ya!

My Wonderfully Made said...

Fantastic! That looks so expensive -- great choice of paper and taking the extra step to paint the frame really paid off!

Amanda S. said...

Following back from Mommy's Peanut Gallery :) Thanks for stopping by!

Ewa said...

looks great!!! I have plenty photos waiting to be framed, maybe it's time to make something so nice :)