If you want your kids to be away from your DIY craft stuff then you surely need to make them a separate place similar to what you have so that they are satisfied enough and stay away from their mom’s craft things.
They would want a space of their own where they can makes thing out of their imagination so set them up the space which they require and stay busy at it. You can easily find a lot of stuff at the home depot such as a desk and all the required material you would need to set up the craft station for your kid. You do not have to spend much on it, keep your budget below $50 and your work will be done. It is because you do have to be creative and put some of the things which you would find in your house lying useless to make a use of them.
I think the standing desk would work fine for the craft station because nothing can be made or be crafted by just sitting there for long. You do need some space to stand up so as an alternative a long stool would be provided along with the tall desk. And adding to that if you have the standing desk in the room it saves a lot of space in the area because you would be attaching it with the wall by putting up the required supplies for crafting.
You do need to buy certain material in order to set up the craft station for your kid and you can use the PVC pipe store the color pencils and crayons for them. Just refer to home depot where you will find everything by one shop survey.
Materials for DIY Kids Craft:
- Pegboard Panel
- Folding sawhorse
- Wood screws
- Organizer kits
Put up the pegboard panel attaching it to the wall through the screws. Make sure you attach it according to the height of your child so that he or she doesn’t have difficult time reaching out for the stuff for crafting. You can use spacers to allow room for the accessories which you would be attaching to the wall.
Cut the PVC pipes into small holders and glue them with the wall to put pencils, color pencils, crayons and all kind of stationary in it.
You can hang the baskets and kits on the wall with the holders to put papers and scissors in it. Keep a separate kit for the various colors of threads you would want to use.
Clipboard could be also hanged so that before crafting you can draw on the colorful paper of how you would want to start of your crafting.
It can’t be simpler than this; some easy steps to follow after you buy the necessary material from the home depot. This project will help you get your own space and keep your child busy in crafting as their hobby to stay out of your crafting place. Good way to engage the children is to provide them what they want.