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10 Simple DIY Projects to Add Fun to Your Kid’s Room

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Do it yourself projects often feel overwhelming, especially if you have kids. However there are many DIY projects that take only a few minutes and a couple of materials that can make a big impact in your child’s room. Here are some fun and simple DIY decorating ideas that you can complete in no time:

1. Hula Hoop Chandelier – This fun lighting element is perfect for a child’s room. All you need to make it is a hula hoop, some Christmas lights, and some lace ribbon. You can even use other kids of ribbon that can fit the theme or color scheme of your child’s room. The first step is to wrap white icicle Christmas lights around the hula hoop. The icicle lights work best to have that dangling effect and give you a lot more light than normal varieties. Attach the lights with tape and the cover the hula hoop and tape with the ribbon. Wrap it around tightly to cover up anything you don’t want seen. Use wire to hang the hoop from the ceiling for a fun chandelier for any child’s room! It is light and easy to hang almost anywhere, and no electrical skills are needed.

2. Patterned Outlet Covers – Want to bring even more fun to your kid’s room? Why not cover the outlets with fun patterns? Scrapbook paper and peel and stick paper work great. Just outline the outlet shape and cut out the paper. Then peel and stick for a fun addition to your child’s room décor. You can even incorporate outlet safety covers so that your child is safe from sticking things in the outlets. Try this with light switches too.

3. Chalkboard Wall Art – I love the way chalkboard art looks, but I don’t want to pay that much for it. Why not make your own chalkboard art. You can paint an entire wall of your child’s room with chalkboard paint and let them decorate it themselves. Or take and old mirror and paint over it with chalkboard paint to make a cool framed work of art. You can even use stickers on the mirror to spell out your child’s name. Paint over the stickers with the chalkboard paint and then peel off when dry to reveal their name in the mirror!

4. Fairy Garden Terrarium – Have fun with your kids and help them to learn about plants by creating your own fairy garden terrarium. Using old jars or cool shaped clear containers, fill the bottom with pebbles or marbles for drainage. Then add a layer of dirt and some succulents. Create tiny fairy houses and furniture out of sticks and leaves you gathered together outside and your terrarium is complete. Set it in the window for some sun. Kids will love it and it adds a splash of green to their room. Just don’t forget to water the plants every once in a while!

5. Patterned Furniture – Finding kid’s furniture is hard, but harder yet is finding it in the colors and style that will fit your kid’s room décor. Why not paint your furniture to match instead? Buy plain kids furniture in a style you like and then use paint to give it the feel of custom made. Stencils work great to add patterns and interest and it doesn’t take long for you to create a one of a kind set just for your child!

6. Recycled Paper Wall Art – Want cool wall art without the price? Use stuff you already have! Comic book pages make for fun wallpaper in a child’s room. Or Use an old frame and cut out some comic pages to make your own fun collage. Plain books work great as backgrounds too. Use pages out of a book to line an old frame and then paint something fun and kid-friendly like flowers or abstract colorful shapes on it for one of a kind art.

7. Watch Me Grow Wall Art – Kids grow out of clothes so fast it seems like you can never get one outfit to be worn twice. Instead of throwing out all those outgrown clothes, why not make art out of them. Use canvas and staple outfits you loved to them for fun wall art. As they grow you can see their size and tastes change. This is also a great idea for teens. They can take all those t-shirts they collect at concerts and sports games and hang them on the walls instead of taking up room in the closets.

8. Gutter Bookshelves – Got lots of children’s books but no place to display them? Gutters work great as book holders for children’s books. Just mount them low enough for your child to reach and then lean the books against the wall. Kids can see what they have and are more likely to reach for a book then if they were stuffed into a bookshelf. Fun and functional!

9. Go Clutter Free and Decorate – Kids collect things. Marbles, Legos, balls, cars, you name it. Why not cut down on the clutter and make that collection a work of art? Use a large clear jar or vase to store all these items and all of a sudden they look cool instead of cluttered. Baskets and other decorative storage methods also work great for collections of toys.

10. Simple Headboard – Don’t want to invest in a headboard for a bed your child will grow out of? Why not make your own? All it takes is some wood or even cardboard and material to make a unique headboard your child will love. Cut it into a fun shape and cover with colorful material for a headboard that really stands out in no time!

Making your child’s room pop with DIY projects doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. In fact, most of these projects can be completed in less than an hour for practically nothing! Get creative and use things you already have to make your child’s room the place to hang out and have fun!

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Salmon, cerise, blush, rose, lavender, mauve, and ruby are all shades of pink.  Muted shades of pink have always been associated with historical homes, and high end estates.  The soft shade works beautifully with antiques that have rich woods, and shades of pink often bring out the best in any painting.  Pink saw popularity in the rococo movement, when blues, yellows and pinks worked hand in hand.  Pink is being used more than ever.

Here are a couple ways to pull off this muted shade in your teen daughters bedroom.......

Give The Lighting A Second Look

Your daughter like any teen spends a lot of time in her room.  Harsh, fluorescent lighting doesn't make for a very pleasant atmosphere, so look for softer or natural lights to brighten up her room.  Keep lighter drapes on the windows to let the light shine in, and equip her room with lamps, to shine light into her room in the evenings.

Determine Bold, Or Soft As Your Theme

Work with your daughter to determine the style she is after.  She might like the edgy bold pinks, or she may prefer the classic cottage soft pedal pinks.  Ask her which direction she would like to head into, and make furniture choices with her. The vibrancy of the color choice will determine the furnishings.  If she wants more of a bolder color on the walls, working with wood furniture will contrast any brighter shade quite nicely.  Lighter shades can be paired up with lighter furniture, with one really good element of contrast.  Work reds with pinks for play on play color.

Start Fresh With New Pieces....

Give her a new look.  It doesn't have to cost you fortune with vintage furniture.  Work with your daughter on a project that she can personally be involved in.  Keep your eyes out for vintage headboards that can be upholstered.  An accent chair that has good bones and perhaps needs to have a new coat of paint, or refinishing.

Pinks look wonderful with modern styled furniture.  Decide how much room you have to work with, and what pieces would work in her room.  Look for pieces that can be versatile.  A wall shelf such as this one, can be arranged into a desk, and a tv stand, with a place to house her books, and accessories.  Go for more room and less clutter to really draw attention to her new interests, and get rid of the little girl stuff.

Mirrors Make Smaller Rooms Appear Larger

Mirrors are an excellent way to add more space into a room, as they reflect the light and they can make a space look much bigger than it actually is. Mirrors can be used to illuminate a dark space, open up a cramped room, or add the feeling of space in an oddly-shaped room such as an "L" shaped room.

Balance The Pink With Pattern

It seems like the most successful pink rooms often incorporate several patterns.  Dressing up a bed can be a way of bringing in lots of interest.  In this picture, a simple brass bed is made into a grand canopy, just by using ceiling hooks and rods.   Use the same pattern on chairs, or benches to pull together the look.

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Thrift stores often sell the nicest picture frames.  Turn a vintage frame into a painted tack board.  Some of the prettiest tack boards are covered with fabric and re-framed.  Search on amazon for prints that would work with her general color scheme and taste.   Hang 3 full length door mirrors on the wall horizontally, or turn them into magnetic boards with paint.  This will also allow her to keep her school notes, phone numbers in one place.

Find simple images that you can blow up and frame.  Here are some pretty letters that can be blown up.  Find black and white prints that you can use an overhead projector and transfer.  Or, alter the picture in your computer, and take it to Office Depot, or Staples and have them blow up and print the image for you.  I did this with a couple prints myself.  The trick is, the larger the picture, (original image), the less distorted the image will be with larger prints.  You can make your own art, with very little money.

Eliminate the Clutter

Go through her room with her, and get rid of the things she has out grown.  If she has gifts, or collected items that no longer fit with her age, consider listing them on craigslist for a new start for a younger girl.  Once she has de-cluttered her room, you both will be able to focus on more important things, new furnishings and a brand new look going forward.

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Stones can be a really pretty collection to start, especially with the variety of colors.  Consider starting her a collection which she can display in picture frames.  Opt for stones like rose quartz, watermelon tourmaline, or rhodocrosite. Place stones like clear quartz, citrine, yellow calcite, jade, or tiger eye around her desk, or consider framing them in shadow boxes.

Another inexpensive idea- Go to the dollar tree, and use regular frames without the glass. Take the glass out and apply a thicker piece of cardboard in the back of the frame, and consider using felt in a bright shade of purple or pink.  Display 20 or so frames (costing only a $1 at dollar stores) and make her own display collection.  Check out these lovely prints from Sweet Clover.   A second set which have the same theme here.

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Get a head start on your spring cleaning with these seven organizational tips:

DIY Drop Off Point

The entryway tends to be the place where everyone unloads. From keys and purses to school bags and coats, things can quickly get out of control. Give these items a convenient resting place by installing a built-in shelving unit for small items and a bench with organizational baskets for larger items. For an even simpler approach, mount hooks and knobs to the side of the wall then label them per person or item.

Create A Command Center

Busy families need a place to keep track of all their to-dos, including schedules, permission notes, grocery lists and mail. Find a convenient place in your home to dub the household hub. Gather up all loose papers and sort which ones can be posted or thrown out. Use a bulletin board to post notes, photos or reminders on.

Make a Wardrobe Transition For Your Kids

Prepare for spring by purging your childrens closets of unworn clothes and accessories. If they no longer fit it, take that as a sign and donate it. Begin packing up winter clothing and taking it and other seasonal items to your SmartStop self-storage unit for safe keeping until next year — your closet will thank you, and your mornings will be much easier if you aren't stuck weeding through old clothes.

Restore Order

Don't let your itsy-bitsy storage get the best of you. Go through closets and make room for what is being worn, and donate those items that never get touched.  Add additional organizers in the closets to make use of what the kids use most.  Install shelving racks from Home Depot, and make organizers for their toys near the floor.  Shelves or racks can be added to the top of closets to organize the mommy section.  Lets face it, the top parts of our closets never get used.  Organize the space better, and the kids stuff can remain in their rooms.

Think Shoe Storage

If your entryway is lined with shoes of every shape and size, make it a display. Place a colorful tub next to a single chair so family and friends will have a place to sit as they take off their shoes. A row of ottomans provides extra seating while hiding shoes, coats and scarves underneath. If it's the rainy season, place a tin filled with pebbles by the door. That way ice-covered boots can defrost without leaving a puddle behind.

Laundry — Stop Sorting

What makes doing the laundry so time consuming is having to sort, fold and deliver all of the clean clothes. Instead, use Stacey Plaisance's Lazy Mom Tip and hang a mesh bag on the inside door of every child's bedroom closet. Every night they can place dirty socks and underwear in the bag. All you'll have to do is wash and dry the bag, then deliver it back for them to put away. Yay! No more sorting.

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