It can be very satisfying to decorate your little one’s room. Nevertheless, it is important to keep in mind that most children really take pleasure in participating in the decorating process. By involving your child in the decorating decisions, they will have more possession of the room. Quite often, this causes them to be more diligent in keeping the room clean and orderly. It is sensible that if they contributed to creating the room, it will be natural for them to feel more responsible for keeping everything neat. The following fixing up projects are nice and straightforward, and perfect for getting the children involved in.
Chances are your child has created a lot of art “masterpieces” over the years. Many times children’s school art activities and sketches end up in a drawer or crate. As an alternative to storing them away, bring them out and make use of them as a part of your child’s room decor. All you have to do is set some of them in 8×10 picture frames, and then place them on the walls for display. Your youngster will be so pleased to see their fine art displayed prominently. You can work with paintings, drawings, sketches or anything else that looks nice in the bedroom. You may want to swap out the pieces of art once in a while so that some new art will be able to be displayed.
Even the littlest youngster can help generate handprint art. All you need is a number of colors of acrylic craft or maybe wall paint, several flat disposable aluminum dishes, and a wall or piece of paper. Before you start, protect the area you are working over with something such as a drop cloth. Then, put a color of paint in the bottom of every disposable dish, and spread it all around. Your kid can put the palm of their hand into the paint and then use their paint-covered palm to make a mark on the wall. To add a cute and decorative touch to the space, have your little one create a handprint border around all the wall surfaces at chair rail height. All you have to do is find a pencil and a measuring stick to mark on the wall at the level you desire, and draw a slight line of pencil all the way around the room. Then, your kid can simply create paint handprints around the room using one or two colors. Or, have your child create handprint art on paper, then display their creations in picture frames on the wall. This can be a fun way to combine an art project with interesting room decor.
Artwork From Coloring Books
You can also use easy pages out of a coloring book to create some attractive artwork for display in your kid’s room.Select a coloring book that has a theme matching the basic feel of the room. Then, give your kid the book and a large box of crayons. Your kids will adore coloring pictures that will soon be used as art for their walls. Just display a few of their works of art in picture frames on the wall. Not only can their room look fantastic, but your child will also feel the satisfaction of knowing that they assisted with furnishing the room. Once you have a couple pages framed, you may continue to update them from time to time with new colored pages, to keep the overall look new.