Your kid’s locker at school may and can be personalized and look bold and cool. How to do that? A locker can be decorated with various magnets, shelves and pen and pencil holders. We’ve prepared a whole bunch of amazing DIY locker decorations you can make very fast and cool, here they are!
Decorating your locker is one of the most fun parts about kicking off a school year. This year, turn your favorite patterned fabrics into cute magnets to display photos, notes from friends, or your school schedule. This is very easy craft and you’ll realize it in some minutes, and the effect will be awesome!
A tower of books crashes onto the floor, the assignment that’s due now is nowhere to be found, and your high schooler can’t remember if today’s soccer day or music day. Start fresh this year and go from overwhelmed to overachiever with these super cool tips for locker decor and organization. This project contains several DIYs: magnetic clothespins, spray painted organizers and a printable calendar. Read the project and choose what you like or craft them all!
These sturdy little duct tape magnetic pockets are easy to make and will help keep a locker organized and small school supplies and personal items handy. The authors decided to go with a food themed locker, but you can take these tutorials and apply them to whatever theme you’d like. Stick your pockets inside the locker door and fill with supplies and personal items and voila!
Don’t know how to decorate your locker? Look at this beautiful magnetic beaded mirror and little mini bulletin boards with matching thumb tacks. I love that they are moveable with a little magnet stuck to the back of each one. Forget the mirror, this way, you can place the most important thing you absolutely can’t forget right at eye level.
Add a touch of glitter to the locker decor! These faux druzy agents are so bright, so shiny and so glam! The magnets turned out perfectly, and have an organic, textured, clean and modern feeling, they can be used not only in lockers but also on fridges, magnetic boards and other things; the magnets have such a polished look and they would be fun to make in one color and in different sizes.
Here are some colorful and cool locker magnets to try! You can hold your school schedule, calendar, locker posters, and more with this cute little locker magnets. Hold the magnet and patch together so they secure flat together and boom you’ve got yourself the best locker magnets ever! You can make as many as you’d like and you can cover your whole locker magnet door. You can put these on your fridge or get yourself a mini locker like this one and use it as a little patch covered jewelry box.
Who isn’t a fan of emojis? There’s emoji leggings, emoji purses, emoji pillows, even emoji macarons! Now it’s time to make some DIY emoji magnets for lockers, fridges and other surfaces, they can be used anywhere and are very easy to make. Grab some round magnets and yellow paints and go crafting!
This oversized chalkboard letter is a great magnet that can be used for locker decor, and it’s a cool idea to personalize the locker. If you want to add any embellishments to your initial, like buttons or a flower, sequins or something else, do it on this step. To make the ribbons super functional you can make or pick up some mini clothespins to clip onto the ribbon so the child using it can attach photos or notes to it.
It’s time for newly sharpened pencils and blank notebooks and the confidence that your kid can accomplish everything! This project contains some instructions on the locker decorations with the magnetic frames and notepad – they are easy to make and look cool with a vintage feel. Actually, you may use these pieces for grown ups, too, put them on your fridge.
You guys know that the craft world wouldn’t be complete if glitter didn’t exist. It always adds a little pizazz to whatever you may be working on. this project tells you how to DIY some glitter clothespins to attach various notes and photos in the locker, on your fridge and on other items, too. Get inspired and craft these shiny pieces!
Need some pen and pencil holders? No problem! This project will tell you how to make little magnetic pen holders of Eclipse mint tins! Such a holder is enough for 2-3 sharpie pens, attach it to the locker and voila! You may also attach several ones and make several lockers for your home, too: for home office, kids’ room, a craft space and your fridge.
These cool desk posters are amazing for both a grown up and a kid. You can put them at your desk for something to give you a smile when you’re working hard or you can put them on your locker door or inside your locker. They’ll also remind you you’re too cool for school and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! Read how to make them and enjoy!
These wooden crayons are such a cute way to dress up a plain magnetic board. Whether you’re a kiddo or a grown up, these can add a great bit of color to your office, kitchen or classroom. Ready to make some DIY crayon magnets? Let’s do it!