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Frame Game: Modern Gallery Wall for a True Adventurer

Frame Game: Modern Gallery Wall for a True Adventurer • Little Gold Pixel • In the first Frame Game, I curate a modern gallery wall for a true adventurer, complete with circus, skiing, mountains and camping free art printables.

This is the first installment of a new occasional series that I’m very excited about. It’s called Frame Game.

You see, since I’ve started rounding up free printables (the first time, the second time, the third time, the kids time, the kitchen time), I’ve received a lot of email seeking help with various dilemmas you have in your homes.

Finally it dawned on me. What if I took your specific requests, did some research, and showed you some possibilities here on the blog?

In my last newsletter (are you a subscriber?) I introduced this idea, and it was a hit. I have several walls to design now, and I’ve been busy combing the Internet for the perfect art.

Today’s wall was inspired by Kaitlyn, who is decorating for her 5-year-old son, Gavyn.

In Kaitlyn’s words:

Gavyn is a true adventurer with an exceptional imagination! As he is mastering his letters — identifying ones he is familiar with is totally exciting. He has no real theme, just mild colors and bare walls. We are leaning towards a more modern, simplified essence.

I really wanted to build off the “adventurer” theme for Gavyn and keep the color palette clean and modern but with a bold pop of color. When I found these free vintage posters (at 13×19 size, you’ll likely need to outsource your printing), I knew we had a good centerpiece.

Frame Game: Modern Gallery Wall for a True Adventurer • Little Gold Pixel • In the first Frame Game, I curate a modern gallery wall for a true adventurer, complete with circus, skiing, mountains and camping free art printables.

I drew on tones from these posters for the rest of the collection, keeping everything in the same color palette: Yellow, red, blue, B&W. But mostly B&W.

Gavyn is learning his letters, so what better for a little adventurer than to master his NATO phonetic alphabet, something that should intrigue and delight for years to come.

Another one of my favorite pieces is the “Hey batter batter swing batter” printable because I can’t help but hear it as said in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. If there’s one person who isn’t afraid of a little adventure, it’s Ferris, am I right?

To download these printables, click on the links below to go to the original download pages.

Frame Game: Modern Gallery Wall for a True Adventurer • Little Gold Pixel • In the first Frame Game, I curate a modern gallery wall for a true adventurer, complete with circus, skiing, mountains and camping free art printables.

Hey Batter Batter Swing Batter /// Adventure /// The Mountains Are Calling
Russell Bros. Circus Poster /// Bavarian Skiing Poster
Alpha Bravo Charlie /// Let’s Be Adventurers /// Let’s Go On an Adventure via Black and White Obsession


Interested in being featured on the Frame Game?

Sorry, the wait list for the Frame Game is so long that I’m no longer accepting submissions for free gallery walls.

Find out about my gallery wall consultation packages. They’re similar to Frame Game but go waaaaay above and beyond, measuring down to the inch and giving you a solid plan for executing your very own, personalized gallery wall.




 

P.S. More free printables for kids rooms.

P.P.S. The frames featured in this post are mockups. Check the individual download pages for details on ideal image size. Want to print something huge but the highest it goes is 8×10? Consider a larger frame with a mat. (Example here.)

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