What a funny and cute craft! Let’s make these penguins, they are cool for winter games, and your kids will start playing right now. For this project you will need just egg carton, paint (black and white), paintbrushes, glue, googly eyes and felt (orange). First gather all supplies. Then pull apart the egg cups on the egg carton. Kids can paint each one black. And don’t forget about white belly! Now cut an orange felt. Then use triangles for beaks and hearts for the feet. And add the eyes to your little penguins. Now your kids can create names for penguins. Let’s play!
Scandinavian style with its unique, calm ambience fits perfectly a boy’s room design – today’s photos certainly prove that. Light floors, white walls and cool grey and black accents, very livable interior with clean lines… All of that is very functional, stylish and has some certain masculine and sort of restrained vibe that needs to be in a boy’s bedroom. I also love that there’re multiple windows, which is also one of the main features for Scandinavian style, because Swedes generally love a connection with the outdoors and lots of light. The room is really beautiful in its simplicity, and the style is just timeless. Take a look and get inspired!
If your kids like pasta they will be happy to make something from it. So today we advice you to create beautiful pasta ornaments for a Christmas tree. There are so many various pasta types that you can use for your craft. You will need various pasta types, a glue gun, various paints and many embellishments if you wanna to decorate your ornaments. So it’s not difficult craft and your kids can develop their imagination and motor skills. They can create new forms and designs of ornaments. Just take various types of pasta (bowties, elbows, wagon wheels and many others) and glue them together by using a hot glue gun. Then color them with paints and decorate by ribbons, beads or jingle bells.
No matter what style or theme we prefer, we all want our kids’ rooms to be inviting all in all. One of the best ways to make it like that is to let the light in the space and fill it with some colorful and playful accents. It all began from the flamingo wallpaper for baby Mila’s parents, which certainly made the room pop. For balance they added lots of cream, white accents that together with cheerful pink accents made the whole look of the room clean and contemporary, but most importantly inviting. I think the result turned out very feminine and lovely, but also not too sugary sweet. Take a look and be sure to Pin the photos to your board if you really enjoy the design!
Have you ever made ornaments for a Christmas tree? So now is the time! For this project you will need an egg carton, scissors, gold spray paint, satay stick, glitter glue, sequins, pipe cleaners and bells. First cut out your egg cartons so you will have the little ‘cup’ shape. Spray paint on these ‘cups’. Let them dry. Now poke holes in the top of each with a satay stick. Then take the tubes of glitter glue and decorate them. You can add sequins and other things if you wanna. Then thread bells onto pieces of pipe cleaners. Now pop the pipe cleaner through the hole up the top and make a loop for hanging and holding. It’s time for hanging your jingle bells on the Christmas tree!
Have you ever thought of a possibility of composing your own furniture? Not constructing it for hours and hours, until your patience will snap, like when you’re dealing with IKEA, but exactly composing your own, letting your creative juices flow. Thanks to the amazing folks Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho, who designed ROOM collection, it’s completely possible. ROOM consists of 25 blocks, variables, geometric shapes, stacking, a table and a mirror. It allows you to pick your own favorite elements to build up your own composition as a shelf, a table or even a sculpture. I think when it comes to a kid’s room, which has to change with child’s growth, the more multifunctional objects you have, the better. Be sure to check out the ROOM collection!
If your kids like to play with toys, make this adorable fairy family. For this craft you will need just pinecones, felt, pipe cleaners, wired ribbon (optional), wooden doll heads and markers. Affix the heads onto the pine cones first. Glue them directly onto the pine cone. Then you can use pipe cleaners as cute arms. Then glue funny little hats. For making hats you need to cut a triangle out of felt and sew up one side with embroidery thread and a needle. Now kids can help you and draw faces and hair. You can also add wings from felt. Let your kids have fun!
If you want to foster your child’s imagination, her or his room should be creative and filled with developing games that are easily accessible. Today’s room represents it perfectly. Mercie Ghimire wanted her daughter’s room to reflect her free spirit and love exploring her environment. So, it’s not overflowing with toys or bold colors, but rather with pieces that hold a personal significance and let her child enough possibilities for an imaginative play. I really love the idea of little bright accents here and there and most of all turquoise ceiling – so much fun! Scroll down to see all of the angles and aspects of the room, captured so beautifully on the photos. Get inspired!
You need decorations for every kid’s party, so today you take a look and try to repeat this idea. You will need one 9”x18” sheet of green construction paper and scrap paper of any color you’d like for bows, berries and others. First take the green paper and fold it in half. Then draw a line along the length that is open about 1-2 inches away from the edge. Now draw tic marks every half-inch along the top and the bottom. You can make these marks one-inch apart for younger kids, but the narrower they are, the “lacier” your wreath will turn out in the end. The rest of the tutorial is here.
I love people who can make out of simple objects something creative and fun. This Miffy Lamp was once just a simple Fado lamp from IKEA, and now it’s the cutest bunny, which not only lights up the space but also elate your mood as soon as you walk into the room. There’s basically nothing to explain, the tutorial is as easy as pie. Here’s what you need to do exactly: draw and cut out large ears from a white cardboard and glue them on the lamp; then draw two dots and a cross with a black sharpie. Voila! Looks so adorable, doesn’t it?