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Roundup: 10 Easy DIY Nursery Wall Art Ideas

by on Jun 11, 2013

American Crafts Studio

Nurseries and kids’ rooms are great places to put your DIY skills to good use. Surrounding them with color and creativity when they are young will encourage them to grow up to be DIY’ers just like us! Here are ten great projects to get you started.   

Children's wall art shows animals and the alphabet.

1. Make a colorful animal silhouette using scrapbook paper. [Photo: Babble]

2. Place an alphabet stencil over fabric to achieve this fun effect. Check out the full tutorial here. [Photo: Design Mom]

3. Paper is again the medium of choice for these adorable little owls. Find out how it was done here. [Photo: Ashley’s Thrifty Living]

There is a wall art hanging on the wall.

4. Martha Stewart will show you how to recreate this fun nameplate art. [Photo: Martha Stewart]

5. This paper-punched garland is made using paint chips. Find out how here. [Photo: Chic Cheap Nursery]

A DIY of a baby room, showing how to make letters.

6. Another creative way to display your child’s name. [Photo: 24 Cottonwood Lane]

7. An astronomy lesson and wall art all in one! Check out the full tutorial here. [Photo: Martha Stewart]

A baby in a white crib next to a white chair and beige laundry basket next to a framed picture of a colorful letter A.

8. Here’s another beautiful way to display your little one’s name on the wall. Find out how to recreate this look here. [Photo: Aedriel]

9. This bunting wall art would make a pretty addition to the nursery. Check out the tutorial here. [Photo: Chic Cheap Nursery]

10. This monogram art is made using mismatched buttons… so cute! Take a peek at the tutorial here. [Photo: American Crafts Studio]

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