HomeTriangle Guides: DIY - Fun Art Projects For The Kid’s Room!


Super cute, totally adorable ideas to make decorating a baby nursery or kid’s room lots of fun for everyone! For moms and dads, who are looking for some ideas for their baby nursery or children’s rooms, we have listed some awesome ideas that are not too time consuming. Now you can make your own wall art for your precious little tiny tot!

Super cute, totally adorable ideas to make decorating a baby nursery or kid’s room lots of fun for everyone! 

Parents will love these cheerful and organized ideas. With so many wall murals, decals, paintings, stickers, and artwork readily available in the market, decorating is very easy. With a little effort, you can design your own wall art with inexpensive crafts and items available in your home like paper, fabric, glue, colors/paint, stencils, canvas, pictures, photos, frames, buttons, beads, etc.,

For moms and dads, who are looking for some ideas for their baby's nursery or children’s rooms, we have listed some awesome ideas that are not too time-consuming. Now you can make your own wall art for your precious little tiny tot!


Wall art made of letters

Image – Cnbhomes.com

Alphabet Wall Art

It’s never too early to introduce your baby to letters, and numbers, and inspire a love of learning.  Here are some ideas to decorate your wall with letters and numbers.

Procedure: Use stencils to draw the letters on foam, construction paper, poster paper, or material of your choice. You can also draw the letters and numbers yourself. Then, cut out the letters and numbers carefully. Use paint, glitter glue, buttons, and other such material to jazz it all up. Lastly, stick your letters on a canvas, fix them in a photo frame, or arrange them on the wall as you desire. 

Letters and numbers on a poster or canvas.
Image – Wanelo.com


Wall decals & Posters

You can use readily available wallpapers and adhesive vinyl wall decals to deck up the walls to suit your child’s interests. You can also follow a theme like sports, cut pictures from sports magazines, and use them creatively to make your own wall art with them.

Wall art: theme-sports
Image – Alibaba.com

A "cricketer" wall sticker
Image – Getitstickit.com

Felt/ Fabric Designs

You can make colorful wall art with felt fabric as shown in the picture below. 


Art- Felt Cupcake
Image – Sunshineintheattic.blogspot.com

Button Tree

You can make this beautiful tree easily with art supplies available at the art store.

Wall art with buttons on a canvas
Image – Diycozyhomecraftsbyamanda.com

You can find the instructions here.

Family Tree

Draw the tree on your wall freehand. There are also many tree shapes/tree murals available on the internet, which are easy to print and draw. Next, paint the bark and branches. Alternatively, you can buy the full-sized tree shape decals available online. Then, arrange the pictures of the child or family around the tree.

Family tree with photos
Image – Trendywalldesigns.com

Growth Chart

Kids love to measure themselves and record their height! Make a simple growth chart with markings or one decorated with animals, balls, birds, etc., and it makes great wall art, you can make notations on the wall as the little one grows for some fond memories too!

Growth chart example
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Character Wall Art

The crown and the letters in this wall art can be handmade or printed and cut out. There are also wall decals available that are easy to peel and stick. Disney princesses on the wall add beauty and elegance to the room. You can match the curtains, bedspreads, pillows, and other accessories with Disney characters to complement the decor theme.

An example of a Wall decal/sticker -Disney princess
Image – Roommates.com

Another example of a wall sticker - Disney princesses
Image – Roommates.com

Here are some examples of stickers and decals of Mario and Pokémon. 

Mario sticker
Image – gotomore.com

Pokémon art
Image – EBay

Children's Art Projects

What could be better than the precious pictures and paintings that your kids have made? Here is a wonderful example of how you can display your child’s art projects.

Children's drawings and paintings arranged artistically
Image – Simpleshapes.com 
You can visit this link for more information. 

Quotes & Words

Pre-teens and teens love to hang their favorite quotes, posters, and printouts in their rooms. Here are some examples of how quotes could be displayed along with posters and printouts to reflect their hobbies and interests. There are many free, printable posters and portraits available on the internet.


An example of a wall art made of Quotes/words
Image – Amazon.com 

Educational Wall Art

Putting up educational and decorative wall art made of maps, languages, periodic tables, etc., on the wall, can be a great idea to help children learn. 

An example of an educational wall art.
Image – Wallmonkeys.com

We hope you get inspired by these ideas and have fun decorating your children’s rooms!


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