This week, we looked all over the web to find beautiful and completely doable DIY nursery wall art ideas to decorate in your kid’s room. So, if you are running out of ideas or just can’t seem to figure out what is missing, maybe these wall art ideas might inspire you.
Melted Crayon Art
A bunch of crayons and a canvas are all you need to build this masterpiece.
A melted crayon art is a simple, fun, and easy DIY project that almost anyone can make. All you need are the following:
- blank canvas
- hot glue
- hair dryer
Sort the crayons out, place it on your canvas using a hot glue, then melt it with a hair dryer. And viola! A masterpiece done in minutes!
Tear your way to creativity. You don’t need to be too creative to create a decoupage tree.
If you can tear a paper then you can make a Decoupage Tree. Here’s what you need:
- scrapbook paper
- paper bowl or plate
Go to your local craft store and look for scrapbook papers that can be coordinated in your baby’s room. Then using these papers, create a tree from a template, or draw a tree on the wall. If you’re adventurous, let your creative mood flow by crafting a tree directly on the wall . Use a scissor to cut a limb, but, you can also tear the paper apart for a more natural look. Then, using a glue and a paintbrush paint the back of your tree and stick it to the wall. Once the tree is complete, you can add leaves, flowers, or other stuffs to suit your liking.
Fabric Wall Art
The easiest wall art you can do that results in maximum style factor. What’s your excuse?
A project that has minimal effort but rewards you with maximum style is this fabric wall art. All you need to do is pick the best patterned fabric to go along with your room’s decoration, stretch it to the frame, and you got yourself an art.
Game Board Storage Art
A whole new level of play and display.
Is your game box collection a mess? Easy. Just frame it then put it to your kid’s room. This works as both a game board storage and a piece of art. To achieve such a piece, all you need is the following:
- wood boards for the frame
- game board of your choice
Using the wood boards, create a frame for your chosen game board. Then place your game board into the wood boards to make it look as if it was framed. Store game board pieces at the back to make it readily available for play.
Matchbox Car Wall Art
Tripping over toy cars? Stucked in the nook and crannies in the house? This is the ultimate solution.
Before you throw away your kid’s toys, try this one for size. You’ll not only organize your kid’s toys and prevent yourself from tipping over these cars for good, you’ll also make a beautiful nursery wall art.
Things you’ll need:
- matchbox-type toy cars
- box frame
- hot glue gun
- (optional)nail polish
Arrange the cars in the order you want them. If the cars are in different colors, you can paint it with a nail polish to match the hues you need. Using a hot glue, place the cars into the cardboard then frame it in a box frame.
So there you have it, 5 fun & interesting new ways that we found to decorate a nursery from around the globe. We hope this gives you some inspiration.
Of course, we also have to recommend that you check out our own range of Nursery Wall Art, such as Wall Stickers and Wooden Wall Art, as well as canvas wall art. We have a great range to choose from, and it’s constantly expanding to try and help everyone with their child’s nursery! Happy Decorating!