Kid’s room re-do: DIY window cornices for a child’s bedroom

Do you think window cornices are too fancy or too expensive for a child’s bedroom?  What if you could make your own window cornices, in just a few hours’ time and for less than $100? Would you DIY window cornices for the youngsters in your household? I hope you’ll think about it, because you won’t believe how cute these foam & fabric window cornices are!

First, here’s what you’ll need to make the window cornices. Doesn’t look too intimidating, does it? All of these supplies are available at your local craft store.

Easy DIY window cornices - cute for decorating nurseries and kid's bedrooms

Here’s what you’ll need to make your own window cornices.

Then, look at how it all comes together. Super-cute! (Check out the coordinating details on the roller shade). As your child grows and his or her interests change, you can always re-cover the Leapin’ Lizards Foam Window Cornice and use it again and again.

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Leapin’ Lizards Window Cornice

Change up the fabric and you’ll have a whole new look, like this Animal Adventure Window Cornice.

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Animal Adventure Window Cornice

What tweenage girl wouldn’t love this ensemble? The tutorials for the Girl’s Window Cornice and the Beaded Curtain are on And again, once your daughter is done with pink, you can re-cover it in the color du jour.

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Girl’s Window Cornice & Beaded Curtain

So, what do you think? Have I changed your mind about making window cornices for your kids’ bedrooms? Or, do you think you’ll make them for yourself?

Happy crafting!


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2 Responses to Kid’s room re-do: DIY window cornices for a child’s bedroom

  1. wilma says:

    Love it. This is so much fun and seems like to be an easy project to update quickly and inexpensively.

    • Sharon says:

      Thank you, Wilma. Love the way you think — you can save the foam frame and change out the fabric as often as you like. Thanks for stopping by. Sharon

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