Do you really love pink color? And what about your baby girl? Of course, yes! So today we wanna tell you of this adorable girlish nursery. This room was made for little girl named Lucy. All the elements of design are chosen in pink, white and red shades. The nursery looks very light and has a lot of space. You can see a rocking chair in the corner of the room, sometimes parents use it to rock their daughter to sleep. Despite all tenderness of this room, the artworks in the frames on the wall and toys add some fun and fit the design very well.
Looking for some easy craft to get your kids busy and creative? Take a look at this cute idea! You only need paper plates, scissors and some glue to get started. There’re four easy steps: begin with a colorful paper plate, cut a small triangle from it (looks like a Pacman, isn’t it?), tape the triangle to the back of the plate to get the tail and then decorate the way you like, drawing eyes, attaching flowers, bows, dots and whatever else. The possibilities are endless! If your kids prefer drawing, then instead of colorful plates give them white ones and a pack of crayons and markers. Have fun!
Sometimes it’s so fun to play water games. Make these colorful spongeballs and arrange a water fight! You will need sponges, scissors for cutting the sponges apart and string for tying. Cut each sponge in half and each half in half again so you end up with four pieces per sponge. Gather eight strips in your hand and give them a tight twist. Then tie a piece of string around the middle of the sponges and secure with a knot. Now trim the tails of the string and fluff up the spongy tentacles. Soak in water and launch at anyone nearby!
This nursery for a baby boy Jett certainly stands out among others with all polished, modern and geometric design. Mom and also the designer of this place says that the whole concept of the modern sports room began with a rug. It’s easy to see that its colors are reflected everywhere in the room. All together it looks really great: the main color palette of grays and whites is really simple and neutral, but together with emerald green pops it makes this space contemporary and original. Everything has its own place and purpose, and I love this really clean, simple and kind of crispy look that the room has. What do you think?
Wanna make something for decor with your kids? Something beautiful and bright? You will need an egg carton tray, a piece of cardboard (cut in a circle with a smaller circle on the inside), paint, scissors, glue and ribbon. Cut out each little egg holding section. Cut down towards the center of each piece without going all the way to the middle. There is no art to creating the flowers so don’t worry about getting things perfect. Have your child paint the flowers in any way their little heart pleases. Paint the round cardboard cut out while your child paints to allow it to dry before gluing down the flowers. Once the flowers have completely dried, glue down each flower. Tie a ribbon to the wreath and hang.
Many modern artists, like Tom Fruin, choose stained glass as their expression in sculptures. Sounds exciting, right? Let’s create our own “stained glass”, using just a bowl or a vase, tissue paper in different colors and mod podge. Begin with cutting pieces of tissue paper in geometric, hearts or whatever else shapes. Then just paint a little mod podge on the glass, place the tissue on the glass and follow up with a thin coat of mod podge. Cover the glass completely or make a pattern. Even if you chose the second option, cover the empty spaces with mod podge anyway for an interesting effect. Put some flowers into your vase and enjoy!
If you have many pairs of socks, you can try to make a really nice toy for your kids. You will need an old sock, one brown pipe cleaner, two brown pom poms, two googly eyes, brown and black paint, paint brush, glue gun and wire clippers. Cut the pipe cleaner into 4 pieces. 2 pieces are 1″ inch long, 2 pieces are 2″ inches long. Bend the longer pieces in half to form the ears. With the glue gun, glue one end of the shorter pieces into the center of the pom poms. These are the giraffe horns. Get your paint and brush ready, and it should be slightly watery. If you’re using thicker paints, it will be much harder to get it to sink into the sock fibers. You can see the rest of the tutorial here.
Instead of buying some expensive art for your kid’s room to fill the bare walls, just create very own and cheery works with melted crayons together with your tot! Here’s what you need to get started: hair dryer, canvas, brown paper bags or newspaper for your work area, paper towels, metal fork, scratch paper and crayons. Begin with sketching your design onto piece of paper and then on canvase. Cover your work area with newspaper and peel your crayons. Blow your hairdryer onto the crayon to melt the wax. Make sure your crayon isn’t too soft to work with. Then just start drawing! Learn the fun fork technique on handmadecharlotte.com for coloring large areas. Enjoy!
This cute craft will make your holidays very special! You will need printable stitched egg ornaments template, card stock, scissors, needle and embroidery floss. Print the eggs onto card stock and cut them out. Use your needle to poke holes at the end of each of the stitching lines. Each of the thin lines on the eggs can be used as a stitch guide, or you may only want to embroider only a few spots. Cut a piece of embroidery floss and separate out 2 to 3 strands. Thread your needle and tie a double knot at the other end. Start from the back and start stitching, bringing the needle through the holes you pre-punched. To ensure that you don’t make any stray holes, flip the egg over with each stitch so you can see where your needle is going. The rest of the tutorial is here, you can finish your cards.
I guess that the easiest way to highlight kid’s interests in his or her room is to make an accent wall with printed wallpaper. Henrik loves pirates, ships and exploring, so his mom chose Ralph Lauren’s Out to Sea wallpaper to set the tone for the space, photos of which we’re sharing with you today. All in all, it doesn’t seem like the room has any certain theme, it’s just bright, colorful and boyish. It’s not overburdened with stuff and elements and it’s really inviting for both kid’s friends and family. What I also like about this room is the bed, which actually was designed and made by Henrik’s mom. She says that this is a symbol of her love for him. Isn’t it adorable? Take a look at the room photos and get inspired!