Your child’s locker at school can and can be personalized and look bold and cool. How does it work? A locker can be decorated with various magnets, shelves, and pen and pen holders. We have prepared a whole bunch of amazing DIY locker decorations that you can make really quick and cool. Here you are!
Decorating your locker is one of the funnest parts to kick off a school year. This year, turn your favorite patterned fabrics into cute magnets to display photos, friends’ notes or your school schedule. This is a very easy craft and you will notice it in a few minutes and the effect will be amazing!
A tower of books falls to the ground, the task that is now due is nowhere to be found, and your high school student can’t remember whether it’s football day or music day today. Start over this year and go from overwhelmed to overwhelmed with these super cool tips for setting up and organizing lockers. This project includes several DIYs: magnetic clothespins, spray-painted organizers, and a printable calendar. Read the project and choose what you like or make them all!
These sturdy little magnetic tape pouches are easy to make and help keep a locker, small school supplies and personal items within easy reach. The authors have chosen a locker on the subject of groceries. However, you can apply these tutorials to any topic you want. Put your bags in the locker door and fill them with supplies and personal items and voila!
Not sure how to decorate your locker? Check out this gorgeous magnetic pearl mirror and tiny mini notice boards with matching thumbtacks. I love that they are movable with a little magnet attached to the back of each one. Forget the mirror, this way you can put the most important thing that you absolutely cannot forget, right at eye level.
Add a touch of glitter to the locker decor! These faux druzy agents are so bright, so shiny, and so glamorous! The magnets have become perfect and look organic, structured, clean and modern. They can be used not only in lockers, but also on refrigerators, magnetic boards and other things. The magnets look so polished and would be fun to make in one color and in different sizes.
Here are some colorful and cool locker magnets to try out! Use these cute little locker magnets to keep your school schedule, calendar, locker posters and more. Hold the magnet and patch together so they hold flat together and you have the best locker magnets ever! You can make as many as you want and you can cover your entire locker magnet door. You can put these on your fridge or you can grab a mini locker like this one and use it as a small jewelry box covered with patches.
Who isn’t a fan of emojis? There are emoji leggings, emoji purses, emoji pillows, and even emoji macarons! Now it’s time to make some DIY emoji magnets for lockers, refrigerators, and other surfaces. They can be used anywhere and are very easy to make. Grab round magnets and yellow colors and do some crafting!
This oversized chalkboard letter makes a great magnet to use for locker decoration and it is a cool idea to personalize the lockers. If you want to add embellishments to your initial like buttons or a flower, sequins, or anything else, follow this step. To make the ribbons super functional, you can make or save some mini clothespins to attach to the ribbon for the child using them to attach photos or notes to.
It’s time for sharpened pens and blank notebooks and the confidence that your child can achieve anything! This project has some instructions on the locker decorations using the magnetic frames and notepad – they are easy to make and look cool with a vintage feel to them. Actually, you can use these pieces for adults too by placing them on your fridge.
You know the crafting world wouldn’t be complete without glitter. It always adds a little pizazz to what you’re working on. In this project you will learn how to make some glitter clothespins yourself to attach various notes and photos in the locker, on your fridge and also on other items. Get inspired and make these shiny pieces!
Do you need a pen holder? No problem! In this project, we will teach you how to make tiny magnetic pencil holders out of Eclipse mint cans! Such a holder is enough for 2-3 felt-tip pens, attach it to the locker and voila! You can also attach several and make several lockers for your home: for the home office, the nursery, a craft room and your refrigerator.
These cool desk posters are awesome for both adults and kids. You can put them at your desk to make you smile when you work hard, or you can put them on your locker door or in your locker. They will also remind you that you are too cool for school and won’t let anyone tell you otherwise! Read How To Make Them And Enjoy!
These wooden crayons are a cute way to dress up a simple magnetic board. Whether you are a kid or an adult, these can add a lot of color to your office, kitchen or classroom. Ready to make some DIY colored pencil magnets? Let’s do this!
IKEA is the most popular furniture brand that surprises us again and again with stylish and timeless designs that fit into any room. But most of them are a bit plain and empty. If you want to show the personality and highlight your style, you have to hack it. Today we are discussing IKEA bedside tables - their hacks and various IKEA items turned into stylish bedside tables, get inspired!
IKEA Nightstand Hacks
Take a regular and empty IKEA bedside table and chop it to match your space! One of the most popular products is the IKEA Tarva bedside table, which can be hacked with paint, stains, different buttons and handles, and can even achieve a contrasting look with a different drawer. Hack IKEA Hemnes, Nordli, Nesna and other bedside tables with stencils, paint, contact paper, new handles, etc. - it all depends on your space.
IKEA items in bedside tables
Other items that you can hack to make a bedside table can be IKEA Rast dressers, Malm dressers, IKEA Kallax shelves, IKEA Knagglig boxes, IKEA Molger benches, and much more. The good thing about all of these items is that they give you storage space - open or closed, and this is a huge benefit. You can hack them in thousands of different ways: paint, stencil, cover with contact paper, add and remove wallpaper, handles, buttons and rollers. With dressers, you can remove one or more drawers to make your piece easier to use. Look for different tutorials on the internet and get inspired!