[Photo Credit: Chatterbox Family]
Check out this fun and creative DIY home library wall art that any child would love to have in their space!
Creating the Story Book Wall Art
Elaina, a speech-language pathologist based in Sudbury, Ontario, and owner of Chatterbox Family, an online resource which offers tools to help early childhood speech and language development, posted some home library inspiration on Instagram that we just have to share with you!
She took a photo of a page from each of her kids’ favourite books, used Lightroom to make some minor edits for lighting, and then just took a screenshot of the image thumbnails right from her phone’s camera roll to get a single photo collage of all the photos together. She then headed over to our website, uploaded her screenshot, and turned it into a 20”x20” Posterjack Gallery Box.
[Photo Credit: Chatterbox Family]
Children’s Book Art Decor With a Purpose
Elaina says, “The kids look at the pictures and pick which book they want to read. Or they pick a picture and tell the story!” What a fun and creative idea, and it’s a great way to decorate a home library, nursery, kid’s bedroom, or playroom! We also love the cute words Elaina made by gluing colourful pom-poms onto letters. Check out the @chatterbox.family Instagram account to see more projects and activities you can make with your own littles!
About Our Gallery Boxes
Posterjack Gallery Boxes are a super affordable way to display custom art in your home. They’re available on over 30 different sizes and the solid hardwood floater frames are handcrafted from our Toronto workshop. With four different colours to choose from, you can create your own wall art that’s perfect for your space.
More Ideas for Decorating Your Kid’s Space
If you’re looking for other decor ideas for your child’s playroom, reading nook, or bedroom, we have a few more blog posts that may interest you.
- A photo of your child reading with an overlay of a quote from their favourite book. Framed Song Lyrics and Photo: A Beautiful DIY Wall Art Idea offers tips on how to create this personalized wall art.
- Preserve your kid’s favourite pieces of artwork by turning them into Peel & Stick wall decals. These are fantastic for kids’ rooms because they are inexpensive, do not damage paint or leave holes in the walls, can be applied to nearly any surface, and can be repositioned up to 200 times. They’ll feel quite proud of themselves when their room looks like a miniature art gallery, with them as the featured artist! You can learn more by reading Preserving Your Kid’s Artwork with Posterjack.
- If you’re looking for custom-designed artwork—be it personalized graphics with your child’s name or super-adorable woodland creatures—to display in your kid’s space without breaking the bank, you need only look to two places: Etsy and Posterjack. Etsy provides endless options for custom designs which you can purchase a digital version of, and Posterjack is where you can print the Etsy download, turning it into incredible custom art that will look amazing. Check out From Download to Display: Printing Etsy Digital Downloads for some tips and tricks.
- Another fun idea is to decorate a child’s room with art that has a vintage or nostalgic feel to it. There are resources online which allow you to download well-known classic literature artwork for free, which you can then easily upload to the Posterjack website and turn it into wall art. Where to Find Free Printable Wall Art has some great options to get you started.