Creative & Colorful DIY Door Sign Craft for Kids

Tweens will love creating a wild, bright and colorful DIY sign for their doors. Whether kids make a door sign with their name or a message (like “Keep Out,” HA!), this kids door sign craft is a fun and creative way to occupy the time. Read on to see how to make this DIY Door Sign for Kids!

Kids of all ages, but tweens especially, will love making this super crafty DIY Door Sign for kids! It's colorful, bright, and fun! Let's get crafty!
Let’s make a DIY kids door sign!

DIY Door Sign Craft for Kids

Make your room personalized, special and colorful with this super cute DIY door sign. This door sign craft is great for older kids, but with a little help preschoolers and Kindergartners can make it too.

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Supplies Needed To Make This DIY Door Sign For Kids

supplies needed to make a DIY door sign with a child's name or saying - popsicle sticks, paint and brush - Kids Activities Blog
Here are some of the things you will need to make a door sign.

How To Make This DIY Door Sign For Kids

Step 1

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First, we will paint our popsicle sticks!

After gathering supplies, begin by painting the craft sticks. Use several coats of paint to create the brightest colors!

Step 2

If desired, sprinkle some of the craft sticks with glitter.

Step 3

When the craft sticks are dry, kids will need to use scissors to cut the painted craft sticks into letters.

Step 4

Most craft sticks cut pretty easily with scissors for older kids, but younger kids will definitely need help with this step.

Step 5

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Choose the paint color you want to splatter!

Next, kids can dip their paintbrush into their paints and splatter paint a white piece of paper. To do this, show kids how to gently tap their paintbrush over the paper, creating drips and splatters on their paper.

Step 6

Allow the paint splattered paper to dry completely before taping it to a sturdy piece of cardboard.

Step 7

Last, invite children to glue down their wooden craft sticks to make their name or phrase.

Step 8

Allow the glued craft sticks to dry for several hours before hanging the sign on a door.

Step by Step Visual Guide for Making Personalized Door Sign

Crafty Door Sign for KidsKids of all ages, but tweens especially, will love making this super crafty DIY Door Sign for kids! It's colorful, bright, and fun! Let's get crafty!

DIY Door Sign For Kids

DIY Door Sign for Kids

Tweens will love creating a wild, bright, and colorful sign for their doors. Read on to see how to make this DIY Door Sign for Kids!

Materials

  • Paint
  • Wooden craft sticks
  • Paint brush
  • Glue
  • Cardboard
  • White paper
  • Glitter (optional)

Instructions

  1. After gathering supplies, begin by painting the craft sticks. Use several coats of paint to create the brightest colors!
  2. If desired, sprinkle some of the craft sticks with glitter.
  3. When the craft sticks are dry, kids will need to use scissors to cut the painted craft sticks into letters.
  4. Most craft sticks cut pretty easily with scissors for older kids, but younger kids will definitely need help with this step.
  5. Next, kids can dip their paintbrush into their paints and splatter paint a white piece of paper. To do this, show kids how to gently tap their paintbrush over the paper, creating drips and splatters on their paper.
  6. Allow the paint splattered paper to dry completely before taping it to a sturdy piece of cardboard.
  7. Last, invite children to glue down their wooden craft sticks to make their name or phrase.
  8. Allow the glued craft sticks to dry for several hours before hanging the sign on a door.

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