4 Ways to Decorate a Door for a Kid's Room

In the first ever HGTV Magazine for Kids, the DIY experts created door designs that work with kids’ fun personalities. Find what works best for your child and create one together.

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Corkboard and Frames

Cut the corkboard the size of the door, then affix it to the door using a multipurpose glue (Elmer’s Glue-All). Let dry. Spray-paint small frames from thrift stores (or try thedezignshoppe.etsy.com). Let dry. Attach the frames to the door using a hot-glue gun. Corkboard: Best-Rite 4' x 8' natural cork roll, $89, staples.com; Spray paint: Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover 2X by Rust-Oleum

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