So, I decided to not only make one but three, each one corresponding to a tv show or book that he loves. I purchased 3 identical frames and black and white scrapbook paper from Michael's.
I started by finding a Sherlock Holmes silhouette on Google and printing it out. I also found an online Sherlock Holmes book, copied the first page, and used word to edit and format the text to fit the background of my frame. (For all three, I used the Courier New font to make the text look like it was from an old book. I also stretched the title across the top as you would see in a book) I printed it out on white cardstock/scrapbook paper.
Using scissors (or an x-acto knife) I cut out the silhouette. Then, I traced it onto my black cardstock/scrapbook paper and used the scissors to cut that out as well. Then to finish, I simply used a glue stick (which is the best when gluing paper) and glued the silhouette on the center of the text!
The second picture I made was of the T.V. show Doctor Who. I used the same method, only I printed out a script and I cut out a silhouette of the Tardis (a time machine/police box from the show).
And the last one I made was of the T.V. show C.S.I. I couldn't find a copy of the book or a script online, so I thought it would be neat to copy information about the show for the background. I just used Wikipedia and copied parts of the page! Then, I made a hand print silhouette to go on top!
These were fairly easy to make and my brother absolutely loved them! They are also very inexpensive and make a great gift!