March 21, 2016

DIY Wood Basketball Frame Craft for Kids

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Do you have basketball fans in your house? If so, then you know how exciting this time of year is! To celebrate college's biggest game, we created this fun and easy DIY Basketball Frame Craft that is perfect to keep kids busy while you are filling in your brackets. Plus, we can't forget snack time!!! With Coca-Cola Zero™ and OREO cookies, that I purchased at Tom Thumb, we are all set to enjoy all the games and cheer on our favorite picks.

How to make your own Basketball Wood Frame:

  • Wood Craft Frame from local craft store
  • Orange Craft Paint
  • Sponge Paint Brush
  • Black Permanent Marker
  • Pencil
  • Ruler

1. Paint your craft frames with the orange craft paint and let dry.

2. Using a ruler and pencil mark two lines in center of frame horizontal and vertically. Then place two curved lines in between to create the basketball lines. 

3. Using the permanent marker, trace over the pencil lines to make the lines stand out. 

4. Add your favorite photo. I of course had to add the photos of my favorite basketball player. 

Of course, all that crafting works up an appetite. So, when we need a break from creating our favorite basketball crafts or something to snack on while watching our favorite team play, Coke Zero and our favorite OREO cookies do the trick.

To get all our game time snacks, we headed to our local Tom Thumb to grab everything we need to keep our belly's full. 

How do you and your family celebrate college's biggest basketball game?
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