Decorating a kids room has to be one of the most fun DIY projects, especially when you can upstyle existing items into something new and funky with minimal cost.
So as a nod to upstyling we’ve gathered 11 (cos 10 is so last week!) of our favourite DIY projects that your child can create, with a bit of supervision, to proudly say, “I made that!”.
Trendy storage projects
Pretty and practical
#5 Make your own blackboard
With blackboard paint it’s easy to transform a wooden picture frame into a memo board that’s useful for reminders, drawing, or practising your ABCs.
DIY project provided by Resene.
Time for play!
More ideas from Resene for creative kids
- Keep little hands busy with Resene arts and crafts activities. Try out handy Resene testpots, available in a huge range of colours. Made using waterborne paint, they are ideal for arts and crafts projects.
- Print pictures of your child’s favourite testpot characters free, ready for colouring in or painting. Get testpots of your child’s favourite colours so they can paint their favourite testpot characters in many different ways. Resene testpots are available from your local Resene ColorShop or you can order online from the Resene website.
- Have fun creating your own colour on any computer – simply visit Resene Find-A-Colour and adjust the red, green and blue values and you can create your very own colour. Print it out on a colour printer and take it into any Resene ColorShop for colour matching.
Written by Julie Scanlon
Julie is Editor for Kidspot NZ and our MVP. Her hobbies include laughing uncontrollably at her own jokes, annoying her family by asking questions about movie plots, and never taking anything too seriously. She speaks a little Spanish and a lot of Yorkshire.
Favourite motto to live by: “It ain’t nothing but a thing”