There are many ways to customise children's bedroom décor – such as patterned curtains or bedding, and painted murals or framed prints. But it can be hard to keep up with children's ever-changing interests. One minute, it's all about space and astronauts, then they're on to pirates, and before you know it, dinosaurs. Repainting and buying new linen or artworks each time can be expensive, but you can now give your child's bedroom a prehistoric makeover in a more affordable way.
So, why not try paper decorations? When your children's interests change, you can simply recycle the decorations and make some more. There are thousands of free templates, including all sorts of child-friendly papercraft ideas, available on the Canon Creative Park app and website, but budding palaeontologists will be especially thrilled to see the dinosaur designs available. Choose a full-head mask, such as that of a Pteranodon or a Triceratops, or a paper figure of an Apatosaurus. And if your children want to get the perfect pop-up card for a friend's birthday, why not create a T-rex card? Chee-Chiu Lee and his two sons Elon (7) and Okkie (11) tried out a selection of designs from the site.