Do you need a fun idea for a graduation party activity? A way to make your graduation party special? Then I have the perfect thing = a graduation “Most Likely to…” frame.
What is a graduation “Most Likely to…” frame you ask?
It’s an empty picture frame that your friends can use as a prop to take fun pictures. Check it out…
How do you use the “Most likely to…” graduation frame for memorable pictures?
Easy, you write in permanent marker “Most likely to…” and your guests use chalk to fill in the blank. Then your friends and family hold the frame in front of their faces and take lots of pictures. (You will want to have multiple frames for them to use)
Once they are done – erase the phrases for the next group of guests to use.
It’s SO fun! Your friends and family will have a blast coming up with witty and silly phrases.
Supplies for graduation party activity frame:
- Frames (I got mine from the local thrift store = super cheap)
- Spray paint (I chose gold)
- Chalkboard paper
- Glue stick
- Marker & Chalk
Instructions to make your own “Most likely to…” activity picture frames for your graduation party.
Step 1: Remove any backing and the glass from your picture frames. Keep the glass. You use just the picture frame.
Step 2: Prep your area for spray painting and apply multiple thin layers of spray paint to the frame. Be sure and cover all the sides.
Step 3: Measure the width of the glass. Use this measurement for the length of the cardstock or cardboard for the backing of your chalkboard paper. Then measure 3” for the width. You should have pieces of cardboard that are 3” x (glass width). This will sit nicely within the frame edges on the back of the frame.
Step 4: Glue cardboard pieces to chalkboard paper. Once the glue is dry, cut around the cardboard. You now have the chalkboard paper attached to the cardboard.
Step 5: You need to prep the chalkboard paper for writing with chalk. Take a piece of chalk and rub the whole chalkboard paper surface with it. Then use a paper towel, or soft cloth, to “erase” the chalk. The paper is now ready for writing with chalk.
Step 6: Using a permanent marker write “Most likely to…” on the chalkboard paper. Be sure and leave enough room for people to fill in their phrases. Tip: if you aren’t blessed with amazing handwriting (I’m not!), first write with a pencil, then trace with the marker.
Step 7: Attach the chalkboard piece to the back of your picture frame. Some of my frames had toggles that kept the piece secured in place. On others, I used duct tape or packing tape to adhere the cardboard to the back of the frame.
Step 8: Layout frames and watch your friends and family have a great time coming up with funny sayings and taking pictures together.
Fini ~ A great activity to commemorate a memorable day and to make your graduation party fun and special for your graduate!
PS: Do you need an idea for a Graduation Party Buffet Table? Check out my post to see how simple it is to do yourself.