If you feel like there’s something you need to do to jazz up your kid’s room a little without breaking the bank, this raindrops idea is the best! You can easily draw them yourself in shapes and colors that you want. You can even take a picture of the wall that you want to decorate, and try some options in Photoshop before making real changes. If you like these raindrops, you simply need a piece of cardboard, where you can draw them and cut them out. Then you need to place it on the wall, trace around it and paint! Make them random, colorful, and have fun!
Monsters are everywhere! Cause Halloween is coming of course. So today we offer you to make some design details for your kids’ room. These monster plants will look adorable and funny so your kids wanna make them independently. You will need just a printout with funny and sometimes scary faces, glass votives and a miniature potted plant or two. First of all take printout onto full-sheet label paper. Then cut out the monster features, peel just a corner of the backing from each “sticker” and let the kids make the rest. They can make various combinations of the faces. Let your kids create!
You’ll make this super easy craft in few minutes. Your kids can help you or make it themselves. You will need paper plate, small circle for the ladybug face, red and black paint, googly eyes, black yarn, black pony beads, glue, tape, regular paint brush and a circle sponge brush. Cut in half your paper plate. Paint the body of the ladybug red and the circle face black. Let the paint dry, then stamp black circle polka dots. Now cut black yarn for legs. Tape the yarn legs to the back side of paper plate ladybug. Strung and tie the pony bead feet. What an adorable and cute ladybug!
On those chilly autumn days you should think of some crafts and activities that you can enjoy together with your kid indoors. The most beautiful things about autumn are colorful fallen leaves, so I adore all sorts of crafts with them. In today’s tutorial you gonna learn how to preserve these autumn beauties and create a wonderful art together with your elder children. You’ll need to go outside and gather your favorite leaves, prepare also aluminum foil, spray adhesive, inexpensive matte black spray paint, grade zero soft steel wool and surface to mount on (like wood or cardboard). Read the following steps at mybakingaddiction.com.
Halloween is standing at the threshold, so it’s time to think over what decorations you may create to get into this bizarre mood. The craft that we share with you today isn’t really scary or very Halloween-like, but that’s what makes it so good. It really gets kids to practice motor skills, and it can easily be played after the holiday ends. The supplies are empty paper towel tube, playdough, popsicle sticks, fabric leaves (or even real leaves that you can gather together with your kid), scissors, white felt and permanent marker. Read the following instructions at momshavequestionstoo.com and enjoy!
It’s so nice to make some funny games for kids and play with them all day long right in your house! For this project you will need just masking tape and pipe cleaners. First of all build your web. You can put a star on the middle to mark the “starting spot” (which later will become the “finish line”). Next, create your bugs. Take pipe cleaners and fold a couple of loops for wings and wrap it around to create something like a body. Also you can grab some rocks or paper, and give your “bugs” wings and eyes with a marker. Now your kids can play! Each player starts in the middle and gets 4 bugs. Scatter your bugs across the web. The player then scoots out on web to gather up each bug. Have fun!
We love fall DIYs, so offer you to make this jar today! You will need a plastic water bottle (filled), small plastic/synthetic objects (5-15) and heavy-duty craft glue. Start by gathering all your objects. Next remove about 1″-2″ of water from the bottle, then start adding objects to the bottle. Your kids can make this step of the instruction. Once your child has added all of their desired objects, now you can seal the lid for them. Using your craft glue, seal the lid shut. Make sure to use the glue in a well-ventilated area, and don’t give the bottle to your kids until the glue has completely dried. That’s all!
Every fabulous project by designer Little Liberty is a great source of inspiration for us. She not only creates functional baby and children’s spaces but also impeccable in style. One of her latest projects is this simple yet glam teen bedroom for girls. I’m so in love with its perfect color palette of peach and gold with soft neutral backdrops of oatmeal and taupe. The design is kind of minimalistic but due to chic golden and peach accents not strict or boring at all. I think I’d love to live here myself, although I’m no longer a teen. Take a closer look at all of the details and maybe you’ll catch some ideas for your big girl’s room.
Today’s room design by creative team Kuoo Architects is so clean, polished, modern and styled to perfection, I can’t even figure out whether it’s a real room or digitally designed. Whatever the case is, I’m thrilled and amazed by it. I think the key idea was to design a really light, minimalistic and functional space for a kid to live and grow. Each piece is thought over and has its own place, colors are monochrome and subdued (I love the grey accent wall!), and they give the room a very calm and sophisticated feel. Take a closer look to all of the stunning photos and catch some ideas!
Have you already begun preparing your kids for Halloween? Do you know what costumes or masks they want? If you didn’t really think about that, now you can find something special for your kids. We offer you to look at some cool masks for your boy or girl and find good ideas for this day. Your kids can wear various masks, he or she can be a superhero or monster, just animal or character from favorite cartoons. You can make a mask with your hands or buy it. If you create yourself, the best materials to deal with are paper, felt, fabrics, beads, ribbons and so on.