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DIY kids: Fun home decor crafts for you and the little ones

by Quantum One Realty 11/14/2022

If you are a parent who has a passion for crafting, then you may want to share your favorite hobby with your kids. While you are busy creating a DIY shelf for the living room, you can easily give them their own special project to complete.

These are just a few of the best DIY home decor projects kids can safely do: 

Felt alphabet banners

Felt is one of the best materials for kids to work with, as it is easy to cut and assemble with other materials. Felt alphabet banners make a fun decor item in a child's playroom or bedroom, and the best part is, your kids can make the banners themselves.

To make this project, you need a couple dozen felt sheets in different colors and alphabet tracers. Cut out felt letters and use felt glue to adhere them to the felt banner backing of your choosing. When you have made every letter, you can display your banners across the room as wall art.

Finger paint wall art

The DIY home decor projects your kids make do not have to be reserved for kid-friendly rooms, such as play rooms and bedrooms. Give your kids some blank pieces of canvas or paper, and let them use finger paint that coordinates with your existing home decor to design their own works of art.

When the paint dries, you can display your custom creation in your kitchen, living room or entryway. You may even opt to frame it so it ties together with the rest of your decor.

Tie-dye pillow cases

Tie-dye is trending, and you won't want your kids to miss out on the experience of mixing dye, twisting fabric and seeing the incredible results at the end of the process. One of the best tie-dye projects for kids of all ages is pillow cases. They can create a tie-dye pillowcase for their own bedroom, or you can have them craft tie-dye pillow cases for the throw pillows on display in your home.

These are just a few fun and easy DIY projects to do with your kids, no matter the occassion. And the best part is, these can be done with items typically found around the home. So enjoy a fun and crafty afternoon at home, creating new and exciting pieces of work to complement your home and your young ones' artistic talents.