Unikitty Birthday Photo Frame

Unikitty Birthday Photo Frame

Have you seen the LEGO Movies? One of the characters is the cute adorable Unikitty (unless you make her mad). My kids both love the LEGO Movie, the characters, and the soundtrack. Of course they both wanted LEGO Movie 2 birthday parties. I wanted to give my daughters party a different spin then her brothers so I made it a Unikitty and Rainbow LEGO Party! It’s so so so cute! The June Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop hosted by My Pinterventures is the perfect time to make some pins for all the birthday decorations and party ideas I pin for the kids.

My pin inspiration inspired me to create a Unikitty Birthday Photo Frame. Hey if you can make a unicorn frame, you just switch it up a little to make it a Unikitty frame.

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Let’s meet this month’s Pinterest Challenge hosts!Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop

My Pinterventures •  Cookies Coffee and Crafts
Sew Crafty Crochet   Sum of their Stories  •  Eye Love Knots

This Autoimmune Life  •  Love My Little Cottage
Across the Boulevard • 
Suzerspace   My Sweet Things
Once Upon a Time & Happily Ever After
Purple Hues and Me  • Decorate and More with Tip
Mom Home Guide •  Our Unschooling Journey Our Good Life
Intelligent Domestications  •  Craftify My Love
Life Beyond the Kitchen •  K’s Olympic Nest   Teadoddles

Our Crafty Mom  • 
My Family Thyme
15 Acre Homestead  •  Farm Girl Reformed

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Supplies for Unikitty Birthday Photo Frame

Photo Booth Frame Supplies

You can make this birthday frame for $3- a $1 for crepe paper, $1 for foam board, and $1 for black, blue, and pink card stock. I bought the foam board and the crepe paper at the
Dollar Tree. I always buy my card stock on sale so try to get it on sale, but if you can’t it’s about 70 cents to 90 cents a sheet. I’m telling you, don’t be scared of awesome birthday parties and decorations on Pinterest, you can just break it down and create your own.


Unikitty Birthday Photo Frame

Let’s Create a Cute & Awesome Unikitty Birthday Party Idea

Cut Unkitty Photo Booth Frame

To get started, cut your foam board with a box cutter at 4 inches all around.

Pieces for Unikitty Birthday Photo Frame

Then glue together the pieces for the eyes and the horn. If your horn won’t stand straight, add a strip of poster board or cardboard to the back to give it some stability. I cut all my pieces using my Cricut Maker, but no worries if you don’t have a cutting machine. You can trace the shapes or create them on the computer and print them.

Unikitty Birthday Party Idea

Next wrap half of the photo frame with pink crepe paper so it looks just like Unikitty. My husband said he thought the crepe paper gave it the look of LEGO bricks. I didn’t even think about that, but I see it now. It’s perfect for a LEGO party. Honestly I used the crepe paper idea because I wanted it to match the cloud backdrop .

Unikitty Photo Frame

The final step is to glue on the eyes, the horn, and the ears. I used hot glue and double sided tape to glue everything onto the photo frame. When my daughter came home from preschool her reaction was priceless and made my heart burst. She was so happy and so excited, she was screaming “Unikitty” and “I love it.” It was the cutest!

Are you in love with this cute LEGO character? A photo booth frame is the perfect party idea and will make your party memorable. Your dream of a birthday party just like on Pinterest will come true.

Unikitty Photo Frame

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Hi I'm Jenny from Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts. I love to create decorations for my home, projects to create magical holidays, and to have fun with my kids. The quote "I run on coffee, chaos, and crafts" describes my world and I wouldn't have it any other way. I hope you find inspiration and enjoy my creative journey.