STEP 1: Paint your frame. Let it dry completely.
We got our frame for $1 at Michaels. You can get any size, any shape or style that you like.
STEP 2: Flip through magazines and have your child find pictures he or she likes that represent favorite characters, activities, hobbies, toys, etc.
Since Little Crafter was only 2 at the time, he just pointed them out and I did the cutting. Older crafters can cut out their own pictures.
STEP 3: Before you glue, play around with the pictures and arrange them in a way that’s appealing to you. Then, put some Mod Podge directly on the frame and place your pictures on top.