If you have a teen, you know that Holiday shopping for them isn't always easy. Teens seem to have tastes that change like the weather, so a gift that could be perfect one day might be "totally lame" the next. For example, my teen son, Kyle, went from being a High School Musical and Hannah Montana fan to becoming absolutely obsessed with Lady Gaga almost overnight. He still loves Mother Monster, but has broadened his horizons to include Blood on the Dance Floor, Black Veil Brides, and even some classic rock like one of my all time favorite bands, The Doors.
In addition to being a big music fan, Kyle also loves movies and artwork. Some of his current favorite movies include Despicable Me 2, Monsters University, and Wreck-It Ralph. (What can I say, we're a Disney family!) So of course, I'd love to give him some unique gifts that reflect his own personal style. One great way to do this is by framing posters of favorite bands, works of art, or even movie promos!
I will be purchasing some wholesale poster frames as well as some vintage posters of some of Kyle's favorite entertainment artists and films. So far, I have a Lady Gaga poster, a great Doors poster, and even some psychadelic art work featuring tie-dye and peace signs. There is also a Despicable Me poster on its way. These will help make his bedroom into his own personal retreat. He's going to love it!
Framing posters is an economical way to jazz up any space, and is very simple to do. You can really frame anything you'd like, from posters and prints to completed jig-saw puzzles. (They make a glue that will hold it together permanently. This can be found at any major craft store.)
Have you ever framed posters for home decor use? What themes did you use, if any? Did you find that framing extended the life of your favorite images? I'd love to hear any ideas you may have!
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I'm Brandy, a happily married, proud mama of two munchkins and a teen. You can read more about me HERE. If you're interested in building a working relationship, please feel free to e-mail me at: NewlyCrunchyMamaOf3@gmail.com
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