If your bedroom is small but you like the look of room dividers, you can still use one there. Use it as a headboard. While this isn’t a common way to use a room divider, it’s still pretty cool and a very popular way to make a statement in your bedroom.
The headboards, which are screens, can be made from a variety of materials: wood, rattan, wicker, plywood, fabric, metal, etc. – this will depend on the style of your room and how it looks. The design is the same: first consider the style of the room and its colors, and then choose a pretty headboard. If it doesn’t fit at all, you can restore, repaint, or re-upholstery to make it fit the space perfectly. Make it contrast and bold to add extra attention to the room or choose a matching headboard to complete the look of your bedroom. You will immediately receive a beautiful decorative element and a headboard. For more creative ideas, see Mirror Headboards and Artificial Chimney Headboards that we showed you earlier.
Paper plates are a great source of materials for various types of crafts, and you can make so many things out of them that you can't even imagine. Let's take a look at them and maybe you want to realize some.
DIY paper plate crafts for kids
Paper plates are great for making animals of all kinds - they serve as backgrounds. Make some Angry Birds for your kids to keep them happy! Paint each paper plate with acrylic paint and paint sponges and let it dry. Next, give each character a pair of big googly eyes. Cut (3) 1-inch sections of the black electrical tape. Then carefully cut in half long ways (hot dog style, as the kids call it) and give each character a pair of thick black eyebrows. Cut a large oval from the green foam for the pig's snout and secure it with the glue stick. Using the black sharpie marker, draw 2 oval nostrils on the pig's snout. Cut 2 smaller ovals for the pig ears. Cut the bottom straight and add a piece of black tape to the green foam or fill it with a marker pen. Attach both ears to your pig with a glue stick. Cut 2 beaks from the orange craft foam and attach them to your red and yellow birds. Lastly, give each bird a coordinating feather.
You can find more cool children's crafts made from paper plates here.
DIY paper plate crafts for everyone
A paper plate can become a cool clock! Can't you believe it The tutorial is pretty simple: find the exact center of the plate, measure if necessary. Make a hole in the center with a metal skewer or nail. Pass the shaft of the clockwork through the hole and attach the hands. You may need to attach the clock mechanism to the back of the plate with hot glue or double-sided tape.
You can also make flowers, wall art, and many other pieces out of common paper plates. Just read the tutorials below and choose.