Wearing protective gear while biking, skating and riding a scooter is essential. Some kids might find it the gear boring or uncool, but I have found a solution that can make wearing a helmet fun! DIY bike helmets for kids are helmets and pads that kids can decorate themselves. I’ve partnered with Wipeout Dry Erase Protective Gear today to share their cool products with you!
The Wipeout helmets work great for creative kids that want to create a new design every day and for picky kids that want a certain style they can’t find in the store. They can design their own helmets, making them as silly, fun, cool, girly, artsy, or tough as they want.
I had fun designing a fresh spring design for Elliot on his helmet. I went with a sunny day on one side and a rainy day on the other. Check out how I made my cute sunny day design on the DIY bike helmets for kids.
I started with a basic tree and then added grass and the sun.
The last step was adding a cute little bee.
All of my designs and shapes are pretty basic and easy to create. The gear comes with a variety of colorful dry erase markers but not brown, so I ended up using the silver for the tree trunk. I think it turned out adorable. If you are looking for more detailed ideas check out the tutorials on their website including an adorable dog design. I think Elliot will want to try that design himself!
I created a few fun designs on the knee and elbow pads too.
The frog is my favorite.
Draw a frog on protective pads
Wipeout Dry Erase Helmets are certified for use on bikes and roller sports for kids ages 3-11. They are available in a variety of fun colors that will appeal to both boys and girls. My only complaint is they don’t sell adult versions!
This post is part of a sponsored campaign for Wipeout Dry Erase Productive Gear. As always, all opinions and experiences are my own.