Wallpaper is a wonderful way to add a color, pattern, texture to the children’s room, make an accent or express your kid’s individuality. Whether he or she likes cars, planes, wood creatures, flowers, ships or anything else, right now wallpapers choice is so wide and amazing, you can find pretty much anything you want. This is how you can actually create a room of your kid’s dreams: an animal kingdom, a fairytale world, a racing track or ethereal woodland. Just to assure you that my words are true and this trend is really here to stay, we’ve gathered a gallery full of wallpaper in kids’ rooms inspiration to get your creative juices flowing. Enjoy!
This game will be great for your kids. It’s good for teaching fine motor skills, pre-reading and basic math. You will need printable fence, scissors, tape, green felt, white pompoms or cotton balls, clothespins, spoon and tray (optional). Prepare the field for the sheep by laying out a piece of green felt. Print the fence onto paper or card stock, cut on the brown outlines and fold on the gray lines then tape the overlapping bottom sections. Place all of the pompoms on the left side of the fence. Show your child how to move the “sheep” from the left side to the right side. The rest of the instruction is here.
This is another idea of a Halloween mask for your kids right now! They can make it by themselves cause it’s so easy-to-make. You will need felt, felt glue, scissors and ribbon. Start by cutting out a basic mask shape. To cut the shapes, hold the felt up to kids’ face to give you a guide of how wide to make the mask, and where the nose and eye holes should be. Create two pieces of felt per mask. Add glue to one side of masks. Stuck two ribbons on the glue-covered masks. Then place the other mask piece on top of the glue. Allow the glue to fully dry. Now your kids have wonderful masks for the Halloween Party!
It’s all about girly charm, sweetness and elegance in today’s nursery inspiration. Mom of little lady Ella Rose just as soon as she knew her baby’s gender pictured exactly what she wanted for her nursery. She’s a lover of neutrals, everything feminine, soft and sweet, so she wanted a nursery, which is sophisticated yet has some hints of little girl coming through in the details. All in all, I think she designed it perfectly, and you instantly feel at ease even when you’re simply looking at the photos. My favorite element here is probably frame wall décor, which looks so unusual, stylish and unique! I think it’s a great idea of how to fill a blank wall. Take a look to the photos below to find more fabulous ideas and inspiration.
Instead of sitting and getting bored at home, walk through the woods together with your children, collecting lots of beautiful leaves in different shapes, colors and sizes. It’s so amazing outside! It’s not only just good to breathe some fresh air, but also it’s a good chance for a kid to recognize and name all of the leaves. After that you can take your paints and make this autumn leaf print craft, which is very easy and fun. Blend your paints to make more shades, you can even add here some spices. Then do your painting on a big roll of paper, dipping leaves in plates with paint and making stamps with them on the paper. The possibilities are endless, so enjoy and let your imagination run wild!
If your kids want to be a princess and prince, make this crown and they will believe in fairytales! You will need contact paper, scrap paper, fabric, stickers, pipe cleaners and ribbon. Cut a piece of contact paper that will fit around your child’s head and is about 4-6 inches in width. Put it on the table and peel the paper back on half of it to reveal 2-3 inches of the sticky contact paper. If your using packaging tape, cut a piece that will fit around your child’s head and place it sticky side up on your work surface. Place the pieces of ribbon, paper, etc. onto the sticky contact paper. Next steps of the tutorial are here.
There’re a lot of very interesting and refreshing trends for kids’ rooms design coming up lately from two toned walls to whimsy wallpapers, from pegboard décor to starry décor. One of our recent favorites is little houses décor. First it was about house shaped kids’ beds, now there’re houses as cute décor pieces – it seems like this trend is going further! Whether all similar and one colored or all different in shapes and sizes, these little houses look really unusual, very pretty and unique in a way. The best thing about them is that they not only are cute décor elements but also can serve as great shelves alternatives. We’ve gathered a gallery below with rooms that already followed this trend, so take a look and catch some ideas and inspiration.
If you wanna add something cute and funny to your kids’ room, this craft is for you! Let’s make a pouf. Cut out 8 diamonds of fabric – 4 in the tulip fabric and 4 in a lightweight turquoise corduroy. Sew down one of the ends of each diamond about 3 inches. Then sew together pairs of tulip and corduroy so that you’ll have 4 pairs. Sew together pairs so that you have 2 groups of 4 panels. After that, sew together the 2 sets so you have complete pouf and flip it inside out. Pick up big box of stuffing and use almost all of it to stuff the pouf. Stuff your pouf nice and full, making sure fill out the shape evenly and don’t have any lumpy sides. Cut an 8-inch octagon out of the tulip fabric, finish the edges and then hand sew it onto the top of the pouf. That’s all!
If you want to decorate your home for Halloween, but surely don’t want to spook your tot, make these soft and cute yet whimsy toy ghosts. They’re neutral in color and so adorable, I think they can stay as décor pieces in your kid’s room even after the celebration. To make them you’ll need 3-4 different pieces of beige fabric, polyester stuffing or wool, assortment of white buttons, needle and white/beige thread. First of all you need to download from the source and print the patterns on a 8.5 x 11” sheet of paper. Then cut them out at the dotted lines. Next transfer the ghosts shapes onto the fabric and cut two of each. Read the rest of the following steps at adventure-in-a-box.com.
This crown is irreplaceable for a kids’ party, you can write on it anything that your kids want and use this crown for parties every year. You will need a thread to measure head size, 1/4 yard chalkboard cloth, long ruler, rotary cutter and pad, scissors, crown template, mini brads and 1/16″ hole punch. Using either scissors or a rotary cutter and pad, cut a strip of chalkboard cloth, 3.5″ wide and 25″ long. Print out the crown template. Cut out the template pieces. Tape them one by one to the strip, aligning the bottom with the bottom edge of the strip. As you add each new piece, overlap the first point of the new template with the last point. Cut out the top points of the crown with scissors. The rest of the tutorial is here.