1. DIY Painted Wood Block Art:
This simple DIY decor is for people like us who are not natural born artist. Just a piece of wood, a picture and paints is all that you need. You can obviously recreate this with different animals or may be flowers too? Read more about this decor.
2. DIY Pom Poms:
Have a huge corner in your child’s room that needs some life? Grab some colourful tissue papers, fishing line and get started to fill that corner up. Get instructions for DIY Pom Poms.
3. DIY Giraffe Wall Art:
Ever dreamed of a beautiful animal wall decor above your baby’s crib, that’s easy to make?? Awesome. Go straight to your backyard and gather those pieces of wood that were leftover after the construction late week. Fetch some paints and get creative. Read how to make the patterns on those long necks.
4. DIY Nursery Wall Art – Let Her Sleep:
The sight of a baby sleeping is a treat to every mother’s eye. But you know what happens when she wakes up, right? Then say it out, loud and loud! To make this decor you will need a huge canvas, paints and stenciled letters. See how this one looks.
5. Aqua Distressed Monogram Frame (Vaseline Method):
Have an old photo that’s no longer in use? Grab it and upcycle it into this beautiful monogram wall decor for your child’s room. And you won’t regret it, ever. Get full instructions here.
6. DIY Kid’s Room Wall Art:
If you are a parent you know how many toys you have accumulated over the years. So why not re-purpose a few plastic animals? Get some paints and wooden pieces . Find out how to make with this cute and colourful wall decor.
7. DIY Butterfly Wall Art:
This is why we keep collecting old photo frames,isn’t it? Just paint it white and punch out shapes out of scrapbook paper and stick them on to the frame. Hearts would love great too. 😉 See how cute it looks on the wall.
8. DIY Crib Mobile Tutorial:
Have loads of scrap fabric leftover from your last project? Why not make a lively mobile to hang over your baby’s crib? A perfect entertainer for your little one, while you hang out with your favourite book. Get full instructions here.
9. DIY Crayon Monogram:
I came across this cute monogram on Pinterest one fine day and instantly fell in love with it, what better way to reuse all them crayons you have been collecting for all these years? It’s easy, classy yet so personal. I’m sure you will want to try this out yourself. So go ahead and do it.
Buntings have always been my favourite and absolutely fun to make. I have made two of them so far and they are so easy to make and give any room the perfect pop. And did I tell you it absolutely ‘no-sew’? Find out how to make a bunting for your child’s room.
Which one is your favourite wall decor? Have you tried making any on your own? Be sure to tell me in the comments below.