We try to keep abreast of the latest kid’s room trends, and there’s a new one we’ve lately spotted – heart nursery décor. There’re lots of ways to show your tot the love you have for him or her, even through nursery décor, and using heart symbols and elements is probably one of the loveliest, most charming and cute trend ever. From the modern and graphic to the sweet and sentimental – this heart trend fits every room design and theme, actually. We’ve gathered a few of our favorites to get you inspired. Take a trip down to the gallery below to see them all and enjoy!
Everybody knows about hopscotch and we are sure that everybody played in it! This project will be good as indoor and outdoor activity for your kids. You will need canvas dropcloth, paint, ruler and pencil, iron-on hem tape or pinking shears and small smooth stones. First measure and cut a 4′ x 7 1/2′ rectangle from your drop cloth. With a ruler as your guide mark out a hopscotch board. You can make it like the one shown on pics or create your own design! Paint over your lines and fill them in with numbers. Now allow the paint to dry. Read here how your kids can play hopscotch.
Looking for some fun activity to entertain the kids? Take a peek at this awesome melting ice science experiment, which is not only exciting, but also learning and truly beautiful. Although it might be tricky to get it right for the first time, but it’s worth trying, the result will astonish you, really. Plus we’ve got a tutorial to share. Here’s the list of materials that you need: bowls or dishes for making the ice, a large tray with sides, salt, liquid watercolors or food coloring, droppers or a spoon. First you need to fill many different sized of bowls with water and left them to freeze overnight. Read what to do next at artfulparent.com. Have fun!
This craft will develop motor skills and imagination of your kids, they can paint whatever they want on screen of computer and be like their parents! You will need large piece of cardboard, box cutter, ruler, black chalk paint, chalk, paint brush, electrical tape, glue, pen and black construction paper. Start by using your ruler and craft knife to cut an 11″ x 17″ piece of cardboard. Following the straight edge of the ruler, draw a line down the center of this rectangle with your pen. Use your craft knife to slice along the line, but make sure not to cut all the way through. The rest of the tutorial is here.
It’s very interesting when you can play with your kids and teach them something. So today we offer you to make a funny scientific project! For this activity you will need cupcake liners, sponges, scissors and Mr. Bubble original foam soap for “frosting”. Use the bottom of one of the cupcake liners as a template to cut the sponge into two circles for each cupcake liner you are going to use. Head to the tub with your cupcake liners and sponge circles. For bubbles add a few drops of Mr. Bubble 3in1 or Mr. Bubble original bubble bath under the running water, it will set the stage for the perfect tub laboratory. The next steps of the instruction are here.
Your kid’s well-loved shoes have seen better days but you aren’t ready to give up on them yet? Let’s upgrade them! The tutorial is so easy and cool, you probably may even want to do this with a new pair of simple shoes. Here’s the list of supplies you need to prepare: scrap fabric, final fabric (like suede), scissors, pen or pencil, small paint brush and plain white glue or carpenters glue. Begin with laying your scrap piece of fabric (drape) over the place you want to patch. Hold it in place and begin drawing the base line along the sole. Read the next 6 easy steps of the tutorial at heartandhabit.com. Enjoy!
Yellow and grey color scheme is a win-win choice for a kid’s room. Creative soul Little Liberty gave that color palette a whole new view by using it in a modern geometric print in today’s nursery. The wallpaper makes such a vibrant statement in the room and combined with light wood accents is such an on trend combination! The shelves in a form of hexagon are also something that caught my eye in a first place. I guess, it’s a new trend, because I see a lot of them in kids’ rooms recently. All in all, the room’s photos gives us a plenty of fresh ideas in decorating. Take a look and get inspired!
It’s not a very difficult craft so your kids can easily make it with their hands without your help! For this project they will need assortment of colorful paper scraps, yarn or string, hole punch and tape for the ends of yarn or string. First gather together a grouping of color paper scraps. Then snip each color into varying sizes and shapes, keeping them all relativity similar in size. Cutting lots of paper in varying shades makes for a fuller and more dynamic necklace. Using a hole punch, punch a hole into each paper strip and string onto a strand of yarn. Continue stringing paper strips onto yarn strand and in the end knot it together at the top and place it on.
Hey there, darling readers! We’ve got such a cheerful and pretty playroom to share with you today. This was actually a restyling project by Live Loud Girl. The idea was to create a space that was cool, funky and had lots of storage for all of the three little girls’ toys. The designer picked the ‘Welcome to the circus’ theme, because girls love dressing up and perform. I think the result turned out more than just good, it’s amazing! I’m in love with the funny patterns she’s chosen, with pops of color here and there, hexagon shelves and absolutely awesome art prints. Take a look at the pictures and be inspired!
All kids love this classic game, so you can decorate it with beautiful blooms of cut paper for your daughter. For this project you will need cup-and-ball toy, paint, brush, scissors, colored crepe paper and double-sided tape or glue. First paint your cup-and-ball with one, two or three colors. Grab your crepe paper and using scissors, cut out your best flower petals. If you want the flowers to look authentic, try to match the petals and the base of your toy as well as possible. Then stand your cup-and-ball upside down and use your tape or glue to attach the petals to the bottom of the cup. Now let dry. That’s it!