Looking for a little design inspiration for your kids' walls? We've got just the thing. We've rounded up five easy and cute tutorials to create three dimensional wall art for a child's room.
• Origami Butterfly Wall from Critters and Crayons: With lots of different options for origami creations (think cranes, frogs, or fish), you can create a swarm of colorful creatures like this butterfly wall.
• Paper Airplane Canvas Collage from Heather at Brie Brie Blooms for Mom Endeavors: A triptych of canvases and a real paper airplane create a simple and clean (and easy!) statement in a kid's room.
• Nail and String Letters from JKJK: We've seen nail and string letters before, and they are perfect for adding a monogram to a wall. Or, if you are ambitious, create a whole name or use an inspiring word.
• Decoupage Letters from Sarah Yewman: If string and nails aren't your thing, choose your child's favorite hobby (sports, comic books, princesses, or fairies?) and decoupage the first letter for his or her name.
• Pencil Wall Art from Home Made Simple: Hang this giant pencil (made from a mailing tube) over your kid's study space for inspiration or a giggle.
Have any great ideas for 3D art in your kids' room? Let us know in the comments.
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