A nursery is the first space for your kid, he or she will spend much time there, and it should be safe, functional and cute-looking. Today I’d like to share some ideas to make any nursery cooler: this roundup is dedicated to DIY nursery artworks. There are printables, all of them require some crafting but you won’t regret it – they look really original. Look at the DIYs below and choose yours!
Add some rainbow bright colour to your child’s room with this fun rainbow weaving. It’s not hard to make and it’s a good project to use up yarn scraps if you have them. The rainbow sits atop a soft fluffy cloud with cascading felt raindrops and it will bring texture and softness to a nursery, kid’s room or a play space. I’ve never met a child who doesn’t love a rainbow so this wall hanging would make a beautiful handmade gift.
These canvases are pretty straightforward and easy to make. They are made using burlap and colorful buttons, one piece is with a word, the second is a flower applique, they are perfect for a girl’s space. f you have a boy, just swap the flowers for something else.
You don’t have to be a tree hugger to love this tutorial, although it does make a great Earth Day craft! Whip up this DIY button art project for a playroom or baby’s nursery using this free template. This tutorial is easy enough that your kids can make their own versions alongside you if they’re old enough to wield glue with a little bit of precision. Alternatively, you can make button art with any simple shape you find by printing it and tracing the silhouette onto your wood.
If you spend anytime at craft stores, you know there is no shortage of inexpensive wood letters in all sizes and styles these days. When you combine these letters with small blocks of wood–voila–you have letterpress print blocks. The following tutorial will give you all the details necessary to create your own letterpress art. Since your dimensions will vary based on which letters you choose, you’ll need to figure out how your own “puzzle” of print blocks fits together. Honestly, this is part of the fun! Such a decoration will definitely help your kid learn the alphabet – isn’t it amazing?
This artwork is for those who are ready to paint a little and of course it will fit a coastal or seaside inspired nursery. Follow the instructions and in the end attach some pearly buttons to make the octopus cooler.
Wall decorations always give a nice finish to a room. They are very cute to decorate a kid bedroom or a nursery. This rainbow cloud is made with wire, and you can use it two different ways: as a wall decoration or as a mobile if you hang it from the ceiling.
Have you ever completed a paper project only to find that you’ve got lots of pretty leftover scraps that you just can’t bear to throw out? If you’d like to make some art for your own little one, get out all those spare bits of paper and follow along! This crescent moon wall art is an amazing decoration for any nursery.
This little bird canvas group on the wall looks super cute and will fit both a boy’s and a girl’s nursery. The birdies are made from fabric and a button eye. And are attached to little 6 inch canvases. The project is really quick and chic – you will spend only 20 minutes making them.
This project is very do-able even for a crafting novice. It’s also very inexpensive. All you need is a little bit of time and some colorful felt. This large 3D felt flower will be a nice decoration for any girl’s nursery and you can craft it during your kid’s nap time.