Easy DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms!

Easy DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms!

It’s easy to make custom art for your kid’s room with felt. You can use their favorite pictures as a pattern!

This DIY Felt Wall Art is easy and each one is totally unique. You can pick a coloring page, printable, or even draw your own image to use as the pattern. Or, I have 12 free printable patterns to help inspire you. Just grab the download below.

Felt is easy to work with and cut. And it comes in so many great colors, and even patterns now. You can really have some fun getting creative and customizing this piece to match your kids room.

Pick a pattern that you can easily cut up and assemble. If you are handy with needlework, stitches can even add more detail to your one-of-a-kind DIY Felt Wall Art.

Easy DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms! Grab my 12 Free Printable Patterns or make your own. I have the easy steps to get you started. #Felt #FeltDecor #FeltPattern #KidsRoom
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Easy DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms! Grab my 12 Free Printable Patterns or make your own. I have the easy steps to get you started. #Felt #FeltDecor #FeltPattern #KidsRoom
The whole sign is acrylic painted on a canvas. The felt rocket ship adds dimension and style that paint can’t do alone.

Materials needed for your DIY Felt Wall Art

Steps to Make the DIY Felt Wall Art

  1. Plan your whole canvas before starting. Pick paint and felt colors that work together. Decide what parts will be felt and find a pattern online. Or draw a pattern, if you are one of those lucky talented people!
  2. Cut up your pattern into color blocks that will look good. Remember to have fun with it and play around. Felt is pretty cheap, so it’s OK to make a few mistakes and changes.
  3. Then, start by painting the whole canvas with your base color.
  4. Cut up and assemble the felt pieces on top of the canvas, without gluing. This will help you scale the rest of the painted items on the canvas.
  5. Paint the rest of the design on the canvas.
  6. Once dry, glue your felt pieces in place. If you’d like, you can use a bottom piece of felt to hold the smaller pieces together. Then glue that onto the canvas.
  7. Now, pat yourself on the back. You’re an artist!
  8. I’d love to see what you’ve done. Post a picture to your Facebook or Instagram accounts and tag Abbotts At Home so I can see your new art!
Easy DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms! Grab my 12 Free Printable Patterns or make your own. I have the easy steps to get you started. #Felt #FeltDecor #FeltPattern #KidsRoom
The paper stars hanging from the ceiling and vinyl stars on the wall all work together. It all looks so cute above the DIY PVC Pipe Tent I made a couple weeks ago.

Grab my 12 Free Felt Printable Patterns Here!

Each of these 12 patterns are on their own sheet of 8 x 11 1/2 paper. Each one takes up most of the full sheet. So, you can print them all or just the one you like through software like Adobe Reader.

Easy DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms! Grab my 12 Free Printable Patterns or make your own. I have the easy steps to get you started. #Felt #FeltDecor #FeltPattern #KidsRoom
A bird, letter blocks, a duck, and a carousel horse. You can easily add a horn to that horse to make a unicorn!
Easy DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms! Grab my 12 Free Printable Patterns or make your own. I have the easy steps to get you started. #Felt #FeltDecor #FeltPattern #KidsRoom
A castle, 2 flowers, a house, and a tree. I really think that tree could be awesome!
Easy DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms! Grab my 12 Free Printable Patterns or make your own. I have the easy steps to get you started. #Felt #FeltDecor #FeltPattern #KidsRoom
A truck, train, car, and rocket ship. It’s not the rocket I used, but it would be great too!

12 Free Felt Printable Patterns, Free for my Email Newsletter Subscribers

These FREE DIY Printables are only available to email subscribers. But don’t worry, I’ll never sell or share your email with anyone. And you can always unsubscribe at anytime. I’ll be adding new items from time to time, so be sure to check your email for the latest printables. Some of these items may only be free for a limited time. So, grab them while you can!

Please note: These freebies come “as-is”. I don’t provide any customization’s at this time. Too busy around here, at the moment. But, let me know if you have a suggestion. And hopefully I can incorporate those at some time in the future.

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A free 8x10 Mason Jar Printable. Quote art with a sweet reminder to slow down and enjoy the little things.
Everything looks beautiful in these wood frames!

Or try another felt project, with 3D Felt Flowers on Wood.

Kids Valentines Art Wood Crafts - felt flowers
A felt flower bouquet ready to gift

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18 thoughts on “Easy DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms!

  1. SUPER cute ….totally love it! I host a party and it’s open all week long & growing. would love if you’d share: http://www.jodiefitz.com/2017/10/31/reader-tip-tuesday-weeks-craft-recipe-party-10/
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  2. I love it so super cute and also love that it is made of felt. Something that kids and adults can work on together
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  3. This is such a fun idea and it looks great on your son’s wall!
    Lianne | Makes, Bakes and Decor

  4. These are super cute and would even be great hanging up in classrooms!!

  5. Okay, so this is sooooo cute! I love using felt in crafts. So versatile. I am always marveling at all the lovely things that you can make with it. And this project is no different. Can’t get over how cute it is 🙂

  6. Love this! I have a little girl who would be all over this, looks like a great Christmas present. Thanks for sharing!!

  7. So Cute and remind me of Fuzzy felts which I had as a kid

  8. These are over the top adorable and it reminds me of the felt walls they had in kindergarten. My sons loved playing on those felt walls. Great project.

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