Monday, April 1, 2013

Toy Story Woody Frame

Howdy Partners! Have you seen the Toy Story Movies?  Can you pick a favorite? I love all three of them. Oh how I cried during the third one when Andy went off to college. My oldest son is rolling his eyes right now I am sure!

Here I am years later with another little boy in my life that loves Toy Story, or rather the characters Woody and Buzz. I babysit my neighbors grandson a day or two a week, he is my Toy Story buddy! So when I saw this paper at the scrapbook store, I knew it was perfect to make something special for him this Easter.

I already had the wood frame, I am sure I got it for $1 at Michael's years ago. It was already stained... (an unfinished Christmas project) ready to use. I bought a couple pieces of paper and the Woody sticker at the Scrapbook store. Don't you love it when you can get everything at one place?

Here is a Toy Story trivia question, who voiced the character Sid? The answer is at the bottom of this post.

First I traced around the frame and then cut the paper to size. I zigzag stitched some twine onto the paper. I thought it added a bit of western flair and texture. I used Mod Podge for an adhesive to glue the paper to the frame. I put Mod Podge on the frame and the back of the paper so it would really stick. I glue gunned some twine around where the picture goes too. I just stuck that picture of Woody and Buzz in the frame for these photographs, I thought the guys looked cute!

The frame was a hit with Mom and Dad! The little guy (2yrs old) liked the battery operated Buzz Lightyear pinwheel better than the frame....but I bet the frame will last longer!!!

The answer to my trivia question...Laurie Metcalf!! She also played Jackie, Rosanne's sister on the Roseanne show. That might not be news to anyone else.......don't know how that slipped by me all these years : )

Do you have a favorite scene from the Toy Story movies? Are you or is someone in your family a Woody or Buzz fan?  Drop me comment and let me know.

 Thank you for stopping by. Have a great day, Lori

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Paper and Stickers for this project were purchased at PaperDaisies 

Frame from Michael's 


  1. such a fab work - I am sure every Kid would just love it!
    XOXO SanDee

  2. Thank you for stopping by SanDee! I excited to enter the challenge over at your blog!! Have a wonderful day, Lori

  3. Awesome! This would be a great addition for a Toy Story birthday party theme!

  4. Thanks Julie!! Next party we better be ready!!