10 DIY Wall Decor Ideas For Kids' Bedrooms

A large bedroom wall is the perfect canvas to add character and creativity to your room! From wall art to DIY crafts that are fun and functional, these wall decor ideas are a great way to get inspired. Create something awesome, and take your room to the next level!

Best DIY Wall Decor Ideas for Kids

  • Visual aid of how to complete Galactic Art
    Galactic Art

    (Ages 3-8)

    A toothbrush (yes, a toothbrush!) is the secret to these imaginary galaxies. Add your own black holes, planets, rockets, or alien spaceships!

  • Visual aid of how to complete Four Seasons Tree Pictures

    My kids love the changing seasons, they love watching all the leaves change on the trees and I don't blame them, it's my favorite part as well. We decided to make our own changing trees in some four season art.

  • Visual aid of how to complete Custom Light Switch Cover

    Your kids can create a custom light switch cover that will be the perfect room decoration!

  • Visual aid of how to complete Daily Routine Chart

    Get back into the groove of school with this easy and tactile to-do organizer. Download the printables here: 

    Koala Daily Routine Chart

    Kiwi Daily Routine Chart

    DIY Daily Routine Chart

  • Visual aid of how to complete Mosaic Art
    Mosaic Art

    (Ages 1-3)

    This mosaic art is perfect for simple drawn objects. Make them ready for hanging on the wall, or arrange your art on a handmade card for someone very special!

  • Visual aid of how to complete Flashlight Word Game

    A boring list of sight words for homework? No problem. This flashlight game is way more fun. I came up with this game when my son was in kindergarten and wasn't too thrilled about the prospect of writing a list of words over and over again. He'd much rather play a game. And you know what? It worked! He knew his list of words in no time and we've been playing it ever since. My six-year-old daughter and I are playing it now, as she learns to read. It's so much fun!

  • Visual aid of how to complete Water & Alcohol Paper

    Experiment with water and rubbing alcohol to create beautiful paper with interesting patterns and textures! This project is a fun way to explore different mediums that are easy to find at home. We turned our final designs into colorful cards and bookmarks. Follow along and see what you can make!

  • Visual aid of how to complete Personalized Room Sign

    My daughter is at the age where she is starting to take claim of her room. She is enjoying her own space and taking pride in making it special to her. She makes room signs with paper pretty often, but on this day we took it to another level with a wood plaque and some retired game pieces.

  • Visual aid of how to complete Rainbow Craft
    Rainbow Craft

    (Ages 3-8)

    Explore color and texture with this simple rainbow craft.

  • Visual aid of how to complete Window Greenhouse

    How do plants grow? In this experiment, you will create a mini greenhouse to learn how plants depend on sunlight and water. Place seeds in a Ziploc® brand sandwich bag with a wet paper towel and put the bag by a sunny window. Record your observations daily to see how long it takes for the seeds to sprout and grow leaves. What do you observe? Download our observation printable here.

Get inspired!