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3 Creative Painting Project For Kids’ Rooms

3 Creative Painting Project For Kids’ Rooms

Spring is almost here, which means it’s the perfect time to freshen up your kiddo’s room with craft projects that add a little color and cuteness. Here are 3 great ideas that you can use to interpret your own design to match your existing decor. They’re not only fun to look at, but they’re also easy to make—even kids can help out with them. With a little paint and some imagination, you can turn just about anything into stylish accessory. 

DIY Large Painted Animals

visit Michaels for the tutorial

 Use Martha Stewart acrylic paints in your favorite colors to make your kiddos favorite figurines super modern and fun. It’s a great way to let kids get involved in the decorating process and keeping things stylish.

DIY Painted Owl Magnets

visit My Owl Barn for the tutorial

Once kids enter preschool, their creative art projects keep coming. What better way to display them than with these hand-painted owl magnets. So cute! Just draw on owl faces (or pick your own favorite animal) and fill in with paint.

Painted Houses

via We At All the Cake

How about transforming milk cartons into adorable houses with smiling faces? These not only make great decorations, but they would also be fun toys for tots to play with after the paint dries. 

Happy crafting!

Posted: 3/19/2014 12:39:00 PM by LEAP | with 0 comments
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