If you're looking to add a little dimension to your child's walls, there are lots of options out there. Super popular recently have been faux taxidermy animal heads or origami wall installations. If you don't want to buy something pre-made, though, and you want your decor to be precisely customized, you might consider making your own dimensional wall hanging. We've seen some great ideas before, and I've rounded up 7 more projects with tutorials to get you started.
1. Birdhouses at The Caldwell Couple. Paint them to match your decor perfectly, or look for other wooden shapes at the craft store.
2. Clothes Line at 101 Woonideeen. Use a stencil or wall decals and add 3 dimensional elements that match the pattern.
3. Laser Cut Butterfly Placemats at I Can Find the Time. Look for home decor that might normally sit on a table, like placemats or coasters, and use them as wall hangings.
4. Balloons at Home Made Simple. Design your own collection with a geometric shape and supplies from the craft store.
5. Flying Butterflies Plaque at Make It, Love It. Options are endless if you have some felt, wire, and wood to put together a plaque with 3 dimensional pieces rising out of it.
6. Dimensional Flowers at Love Your Room. Painted stems and leaves make these flowers pop out from the wall.
7. Tree with Dimensional Flowers at I Heart Organizing. Add any 3D element to a tree that you choose: flowers, fruit, birds, acorns, or whatever you or your child can dream up.
Have you ever used 3D decor on your child's walls? What did you choose? Let us know in the comments!
(Images: as linked above)