Framed Super Hero Prints + Giveaway!

Hope you all had a wonderful holiday, I took a little blogging hiatus and it felt so nice to just unwind and unplug for the last week! But now I’m back at it and I’m excited to share with you the final part of my son’s room reveal! You may or may not have seen other parts of the reveal, but this is the final part…the Framed Super Hero Prints I made to add some of his character to his room. I worked with Cut It Out Frames, Modern Masters Metallic Paints, and Box of Oddities for their superhero prints.

Cut It Out Frames with Superhero PrintsIn case you want to catch up…here’s the other posts about this Boy Room Reveal I have done:

Red Dresser Makeover with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

DIY Fabric Drawer Liners

Herringbone Stenciled Wall with Monogram

I also want to show you one other post after this how I used fabrics to customize his bedroom shade and add some more pops of colors to the room. But TODAY I’m sharing how I tied in some fun Superhero bedroom prints that would accent my son’s tastes, but without being over the top superhero throughout the room.

It all started when I found these great superhero and comic book prints from Box of Oddities on Etsy.

Iron Man print and cut it out frame

framed spiderman print for boys bedroom

framed batman print for boys roomEach print was so unique and not over the top and my son LOVES each of these characters…Batman, Spiderman, and Iron Man. So I contacted her and ordered three prints for his room. I specifically wanted to find prints that coordinated with the colors already used in the room (silver, blue, white, and red).

From there, I started looking through Cut It Out’s website for frames I could use. Cut It Out sells unfinished wood frames in a wide variety of shapes and sizes…all very unique and fun for gallery walls and other framing ventures. I picked out two double layer frames (Parker 11×14 Double Layer Frames) and one single layer frame (Oval 16×20 Single Layer Frame). I used the double layer frames for Spiderman and Iron Man…painting the bottom layer white and the top layer red. I then used the Oval Frame for the Batman print and painted it silver with Metallic Silver Paint from Modern Masters…their metallic paint is so great!

Cut it Out frames for boys bedroomI love how the whole wall turned out…it’s a nice little accent or ode to my son’s current tastes, but it can be easily changed out as his tastes change. The frames are so fun and unique and tie in all the colors of the Herringbone Accent Wall.

boys superhero bedroom with framesOverall, my son loves his new room son much and we’re still working to add little accents here and there as we find them. I really think a good room is an ongoing work in progress that takes time and effort looking for the perfect little touches!

The best part of all this is that I’m giving away a little mini prize package today to Cut It Out Frames and Modern Masters Paints! So you can get some of your own frames and metallic paint and create some great artwork for your own home!

Cut it Out Frames

Up for grabs is a $25 gift card to Cut It Out Frames, which includes free shipping! Also….

MPC-and-ME-Giveaway-Image-625x224You get your choice of One Quart and One 6 oz. container of your choice of colors of Modern Masters metallic paint OR four 6 oz. containers of metallic paint in your choice of colors!

Fun, right???? Giveaway will begin December 30th and end on January 6th at midnight. To enter use Rafflecopter widget below and see terms and conditions for additional information.
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Superhero Prints can be found on Etsy at Box of Oddities

Abbey

Comments

  1. Nicole w says

    I would choose snowflake, pewter, nickel and blackened bronze for the metallic paint. Looks great and thanks for the giveaway!

  2. Jackie Reini says

    I would choose the Grafton & the Balboa 4″x 6″ double layer frames…..love them!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  3. Ambra Heiden says

    I live this. My mom has gotten several large stickers for my son’s walls and I just hate to stick stickers on the walls. What a great idea to tastefully display superheroes! And there is room for growth!

  4. Ambra Heiden says

    I love this, such a creative way to display the not so beautiful super heroes that our kids all love! I would use the 8×10 Parker double frames and choose the pewter and nickel for contrasting colors for my son’s batman stickers that he has already! Kudos to you! Love that you could even change them out as he grows out of super heroes!

  5. Michele N says

    I would have to choose the 6oz bottles because I can’t pick just one color. I would probably choose the pewter, smoke, champagne, copper and teal.

  6. Brandy H says

    As crazy as this may sound, I am loving the Candy Apple Green metallic pain color. I’m getting ready to move my craft room to a new room so my oldest daughter can have her own room and I’m thinking that Candy Apple would really brighten my new space! Fabulous colors all around, it was hard to choose!!

  7. Alina Hahn says

    So hard to pick the paint colors b/c there are so many! I like the silver, sapphire, Venetian blue, green apple…to name a few. Our son has a transportation themed room with blues and greens so probably colors to go along with that with some sashay red as accents I think.

  8. Lisa Wenckus says

    I love the platinum!!! There are so many amazing colors!!!! (Thank You for sharing this with us…I just downloaded their front door app…can’t wait to change that color, too!!)

  9. says

    Your son’s room turned out so cute! I am in the middle of refinishing my son’s room and would love to use the frames for his room! I would choose the Balboa frame!

  10. Cara W says

    I love all of their frames, so if I won I would have to really sit and think which to buy. We just had family pictures taken so I need a frame for that. It would definately be a double frame though.

  11. Cara W says

    I think I would choose the Black Pearl paint. Most of the frames in our house are black and I think I would continue with that. However, I may decide to get some sapphire and do something to contrast everything else. I really like that color.

  12. Lyndsay Bodily says

    I already have the Chandler frame in 16×20 and I love it! For my next frame I’d love to get Preston, or maybe Balboa or Brooklyn!

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