DIY Baseball Picture Frame is a perfect way to capture and hold on to your children's sports. My youngest son recently started tee ball for the first time. I signed up to be the Team Admin for his team and I wanted to do something special for all the little guys and their parents. I came up with the idea to make a picture frame and personalized it with their name and put a picture in it.
I even went a step more and had the coaches sign the frame so the parents could hold on to them. I am super excited to give them out at our end of the season party and cannot wait to see their expressions!
I started out by going to Michael's and purchasing the wooden frames which were only a $1 each and the wooden baseballs, but of course I had a coupon too. I already had the foam stickers at home in my stockpile so I did not spend any money on them. Next I ordered the pictures through Walgreen's and spent less than $3 on 13 pictures.
Before I started adhering the names on the frames I made sure to check if the picture was horizontal or vertical. Next I got to putting the names on. Once I was done with that I adhere the wooden baseballs with glue. Let them dry completely and then had the coaches sign them for me.
Everyone loved them and I was overjoyed to see how much they appreciated them. I am also glad I was able to make all 13 of them for less than $15! This DIY Baseball Picture Frame makes for a great year end gift for the kids or the coach!
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Shelley is a boy mom, marine wife, and is blessed with an amazing family. She loves sharing recipes, travel reviews and tips that focus on helping busy families make memories.