DIY Dinosaur Frames for Kids

DIY Dino Frames for Kids

Here’s a fun dec­o­rat­ing project for kids that only takes a bit of card­board and a few toy dinosaurs. It’s an easy craft to keep kids occu­pied on a rainy day and has the added bonus of allow­ing them to cre­ate a work of art for their bed­room wall. Dec­o­rate and play at the same time!

DIY Dino Frames for Kids

Step 1
Cut the card­board into a rec­tan­gles and cir­cles. Cut out the inside of the rec­tan­gle, turn­ing it into a frame.

DIY Dino Frames for Kids

Step 2
Draw shapes around the frame using a black marker. Be as cre­ative as you like!

DIY Dino Frames for Kids

Step 3
Place the card­board frames on the wall using adhe­sive clay. Do the same with the dinosaurs within the frames. Exper­i­ment with the posi­tion­ing of the dinosaurs to cre­ate the most excit­ing display.

DIY Dino Frames for Kids

This craft can eas­ily be per­son­al­ized to your child’s indi­vid­ual inter­ests — try swap­ping the dinosaurs for toy ani­mals or cars. Happy crafting!

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  • mart a. gris berenjena

    jaaa …

    look at my last craft!
    They are cousins ​​of yours!!

    http://grisberenjena.blogspot.com.es/2013/05/22-de-mayo-de-2013-un-casita-para-los.html

  • Phoenix

    Looks Great!!

  • Melissa Kojima

    Ah, I love the whim­si­cal results. It’s so fun. Great idea for card­board and dino toys! I’m sure any toy would be fun to frame too like zoo or cir­cus toys!

  • HandJ Cobb

    I. LOVE. This. Idea. Seriously…I may have to go make these for my daughter’s room tomor­row! She loves sharks and it’s so hard to find girly shark themed art work (try impos­si­ble), and this would be per­fect! She could hang her sharks on the wall!

    http://www.domesticblisssquared.com

  • HandJ Cobb

    P.S. I also started fol­low­ing you, you have a fan­tas­tic blog! Liked you on FB, Pin­ter­est and Twitter!

    http://www.domesticblisssquared.com