Tutorial Roundup: 3D Wall Art for Kids

Tutorial Roundup: 3D Wall Art for Kids

Beth Callaghan
Aug 16, 2012

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.

(Images: as credited above)

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