Children’s Wall Art Tutorial

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Children’s Wall Art Tutorial

Here’s an easy and inexpensive art project to brighten up a child’s room.

I made this picture in less than hour using only scissors, glue, scrapbook paper and an online coloring page.  Feel free to change the design, colors, materials, size and anything else you want to make this project uniquely your own.  My picture is just your starting point.

Here’s what to do –

First, find an coloring page to use for a design. I used a picture I found at 123 The reason I chose this particular page is that it is a cheery illustration, without too much detail. However, the size was a little small, so I blew it up slightly.

Next, I printed out the picture, cut it into individual pattern pieces, and used those to cut out paper shapes.

Finally, I positioned my cut out paper shapes onto a nice background paper, and glued everything in place.

Hint: Don’t glue the first piece on until you are sure everything fits together correctly. I wound up having to make a few adjustments when I went to put everything together.

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Comments: 1

  1. Felicia says:

    What a great idea. This would make an awesome project for kids 🙂

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