LEGO Picture Frame

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Jack’s big party is tomorrow and I still needed 2 prizes for a couple of simple games the kids will be playing.

I found these wooden picture frames at Michael’s for $0.75 each.  $1.50 for 2 prizes sounds good to me.  I snatched them up.

I thought I could glue LEGO pieces to the frame.  But wasn’t entirely sure if this would work.

LEGOframesupplies 1024x768 LEGO Picture FrameSupplies:

  • wooden frame
  • glue gun
  • LEGO’s

I first laid out the LEGO’s onto the frame just to make sure they would actually fit and look OK.

Now for the glue gun part.  I removed 2 or 3 LEGO pieces at a time and put the hot glue directly onto the frame (not the LEGO).  And then put the LEGO back onto the frame. It took about 5 minutes to do each frame.  Easy as can be.

LEGOframes 1024x739 LEGO Picture FrameI flipped over the photo that came with the frame and added this LEGO man who I just cut out of construction paper.  You can find the pattern here.  The LEGO man can be replaced with a real photo. But I just thought it was cuter to give as a gift with the LEGO man rather than the photo it came with.

bluelegoframe 768x1024 LEGO Picture FrameI think they are pretty cute.  And Jack loves sticking his LEGO men onto them.  He thinks it’s pretty cool than you build onto them.

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Thanks for stopping by! My family and I recently moved into a builder box home. And in between playdates and swim lessons you can find me adding some thrifty, diy charm to our new home.

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