When planning my daughters birthday party, I saw a lot of Paw patrol birthday party ideas on Pinterest. A photo frame/prop was defiantly one of them. So I had to give it ago and it was defiantly easier than I thought. Below I’ll show you how we made it.
Tools you will need:
- Paw Patrol Printables (download below)
- White Painting Canvas – the size I use was 16″ x 20″
- Blue paint
- A4 White card stock (80gsm or more)
- Hot glue
- Hot glue refills
- Pop dots
- or Glue Tape
- Childs name (can be done in word)
- A3+ Printer (I use)
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Please find the DIY video below, to show you how to make this photo frame prop. Otherwise a breakdown description is also listed below for both how to make the frame from a canvas and also the photo prop:
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How to make frame from a painting canvas:
- First you will turn the canvas over and remove the wooden “beam” from the middle that helps support the canvas
- Next you will cut away the middle of the canvas, leaving about 2 inches around the border of the canvas
- You will then hot glue the left overs to the back of the canvas
- Once you are happy with the canvas, you can now start to paint it. I did about 3 coats
How to make photo frame prop:
- Print out your images on the A4 white card stock. These images will print on a A4 page
- Cut along the dotted line (if you want the white edges)
- Hot glue your printables to the canvas
- Place popdots on your childs name and stick on the Paw patrol image
- Take plenty of photos 😉
*The printables/ clipart are for private use only and are not to be resold & not for commercial use*
**All copyrights and trademarks of the character images used belong to their respective owners and are not being sold**
***I do not claim ownership over the characters used in my designs***
6 thoughts on “DIY Paw Patrol Photo Prop Frame | FREE printables included”
Love! The picture canvas
Hi, what’s the font you used for the name of the child? THanks;)
I would also like to know the font used for the child’s name please.
Sorry I no longer have this design in my software so I am not sure what the font was.
Good Evening, I have tried to sign up for your post to download the free paw patrol designs. It takes my name and email and then says, check your email and/or spam box, however I never receive anything back. Not sure what I am doing wrong?
I checked and you haven’t confirmed your email address. It can only send you the emails once you have confirmed your email. This email will be sent first, click the button confirm email and you will be good to go