Toddler Bedroom Makeover Reveal

I’m done with the bedroom, hurrah!  Here is my Toddler Bedroom Makeover Reveal! 

I’m happy to say I met my Friday deadline…I started Tuesday at noon and finished Thursday at 4pm.  Best part?  Total cost was less than $30!  Love that.

My favorite accessory in this very small space is the printable I created for my daughter.  Every night I sing “You are My Sunshine” to Laney. She’s memorized the 1st & 2nd verses, it’s adorable to hear her sing along (:
Printable available HERE! Scroll down, 7 colors available!
Loving that cute frame? Me too, get it here.

Note: If you’ve been following along my saga, lol, here are Day 1 and Day 2‘s progress.  Here are some more final shots:

Today’s progress:
  • Created chain & hung birdcage.
  • Created frame and matte + hung Laney’s pic.
  • Painted & put up shelf on shabby hooks.
  • Painted piggy turquoise, no more baby look.
  • Created garland above window.
  • Painted & hung planters to toy/book storage.
  • Bought new sheets + pillowcases.
  • Recycled chicken wire window frame to bow storage.
  • Accessorized. [Funnest part!]
Loving her room.  The pink mirror in the closet is fun for her to check herself out.  The chicken wire frame helps display her too-many-bows-and-flowers, the headband holder fits perfect tucked inside her closet too.  Organization is cleansing ;)  Here are all the mini projects that pulled this room together.  What do you think??  Is a bum knee and sore shoulder worth it??

Flower Planter to Toy Storage:

Recycled Fabric Bunting:
This is pretty self explanitory [ glue.jute] BUT the twist is that I made it recycling the fabric that the sheet & pillowcases came in along with a little chenille fabric.
Recycled Frame:
The pic I had of my little missy is an 11×14 but the recycled frame I wanted to use is a 12×14.  What to do? Using 2 Elmer’s foam boards [no glass], I cut it to size, hot glued it in place and double-sided the pic onto my homemade mat.  Not too shabby. Tip: No hanger in the back of the frame? 2 eyehooks + jute is a quick replacement!

Hanging a Birdcage:
Tip: Leftover jewelry parts make great looking chains for hanging your birdcage.  Easy.

Painted Piggy Bank
I needed a pop of turquoise and this baby-ish but still cute piggy bank was perfect!

Monogram Initial:
Love this “D” I picked up at Joann’s when my babe was born.  To hang, I screwed in 2 eye hooks, looped in some coordinating ribbon & hung from a crystal knob.  Simple customization.  

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So glad to get Delaney’s bedroom decor checked off my [long] to-do list. My little girl said to me after her bath tonight, “I like my room, Mommy. Thank you!”  Bah!-I almost died.  She THANKED me on her own!!

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Lolly Jane
Meet Kelli & Kristi, twin sisters and authors of Lolly Jane. We are two busy wives + mommas who are makers of all things pretty. From signs to home decor and holiday crafts or redoing furniture in between soccer practices, we do it all all while armed with an ice cold Diet Coke. Join us in our DIY adventures! XOXO
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  • Megan - I love the yellow with a pop of pink and that printable is just so dang cute!! Such a great room for a toddler and she is looking like she loves it :)ReplyCancel

  • Kristi - I wish I could have taken LuLu with me to Yuma! Love her! The room turned out fab, Kell!! Probably a good thing we don't live next-door anymore because I would have distracted you for sure ;) Nicely done.

  • Kristi - PS where did you get those planters? :)ReplyCancel

  • Tonii - Love it all…but those planters?! SO fantastic!! What a fun bright room, I absolutely love it!ReplyCancel

  • Lish - It looks sooo adorable! I love the garden basket shelves and the piggy bank! Such a lucky little girl!ReplyCancel

  • Cranberry Morning - This is beautiful! I especially love those planters on the wall. They're perfect for stuffed animals and books! Great idea. (not to mention darling little girl) :-)ReplyCancel

  • Kristin - You did a great job! Love it. The printable is so darling!ReplyCancel

  • Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. - That sweet smile is the ultimate stamp of approval!ReplyCancel

  • Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. - That sweet smile is the ultimate stamp of approval!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah @ This Crazy Blessed Life - Great job! I'm getting ready to redo my kids rooms…at least it's on of my 2012 goals :)

    Do you have a separate toy room? I think that's my biggest problem…where to put the gobs and gobs of toys :-/ReplyCancel

  • Christy - It turned out so sweet! I love the planter turned toy holder, and I am eyeing the bow holder on the wall, too! ;)ReplyCancel

  • Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} - Gorgeous! And, holy crapola, you work fast! I'm pretty sure weeks upon weeks were spent on my toddler's big boy room. It looks fantastic! I love the planters on the wall. And I would not have thought to paint the piggy bank! Fabulous job, Kelli!ReplyCancel

  • Tiffany - The Big D just gave me an idea for a 1st bday party gift. And the room is too cute.ReplyCancel

  • Lolly Jane - THANKS for the love, ladies!!! Much appreciated! I think posting all the pics took longer than actually decorating her room (:

    Planters were from a garage sale: $6 total=score! Chicken wire frame I've had for years, originally a $2 garage sale find that I stapled chicken wire into…love a good old window frame (:

    Thanks again friends! XO, KelliReplyCancel

  • Katie {Sweet Rose Studio} - I am in love with how this turned out and how sweet is Miss D?!? Great job as always!ReplyCancel

  • Lyndsey - So cute – I love the pink planters!! I have been looking for a way to display some books in my sons room!! She is too cute to – its a lot of work to decorate but there sweet little faces make it all worth it :)ReplyCancel

  • Sassy Sites! - LOVE!! LOVE!!! Love it! Great job! I feel like a really bad friend for not coming to help you. But it's obvious that you didn't even NEED me!! Great job!!

    ps. Delaney is adorable!!!! I want to kiss her cheeks!!ReplyCancel

  • Mique - SO so so cute. The end picture says it all- what a doll. And that she said thanks on her own? BEST!
    Thanks for linking up to my Pity Party. Will be sharing. xoReplyCancel

  • Ashley J @ MommyByDayCrafterByNight - This turned out so great! I love it!!! Great job! Love the planters as "toy boxes"! Awesome! xoxoReplyCancel

  • Ashley J @ MommyByDayCrafterByNight - This turned out so great! I love it!!! Great job! Love the planters as "toy boxes"! Awesome! xoxoReplyCancel

  • This Little Life of Mine - The room turned out so cute! The flower panters seem to be popular here & guess what?! They are my favorite too! :) Totally have to pin this!
    Following you from Fingerprints…


  • Allison {A Glimpse Inside} - It looks fabulous! Great job!ReplyCancel

  • Holly Lefevre - It is so pretty. You made such an impact with what you did. I LOVE the planters as toy organizers!ReplyCancel

  • Katie - I LOVE her room!! It's so bright and happy! You did such a great job on the yellow table! I love her little picture and the framed printable! Great job!!ReplyCancel

  • The Smiths - What did you use to make the headband hanger thing… I need something like that for all my daughter's headbands. Love the room!ReplyCancel

  • Christina - I love it!!
    Such fun colors!

  • Kara - So, so cute! I can't believe you finished so fast. I'm still working on my hallway and I started last week. You rock!ReplyCancel

  • Tanya - Aw, cuteness!!! I love how it turned out :)ReplyCancel

  • Sims Family - I love it Kelli! I pinned those planters and every couple of minutes I am getting a repin email. I guess everyone loved them too!ReplyCancel

  • Aimee - - Sweet friend, this turned out FABULOUS! I'm going to send a little fb/tweet so friends can come check it out!!!

    XO, AimeeReplyCancel

  • Jeannie - Found you through Simple Home Life. Why didn't I think of the planter toy/book baskets. Awesome!


  • glamourpuss - Awe, this is so sweet and your lil princess looks like she loves it! Great job! :)ReplyCancel

  • The {Prince} Family - Awesome job little sis! and tell kris hands off laney…. i called her first ;) I LOVE to tease her lol!

    Come help me finish Saira's room!!!!ReplyCancel

  • simon - I wanted to thank for this great read!I really enjoyed reading
    roofing contractor Aledo TXReplyCancel

  • Chrissy Farnan - I love the planting baskets!! So clever!!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa - This is amazing! Going shopping at a flea market today and hoping to find some great stuff to jazz up my living room and office. I've got kids rooms to work on too!

    Found you on SITS. Love your blog!ReplyCancel

  • April - So cute! Love the planters as toy storage and I love that printable!ReplyCancel

  • Erin of Salvaged Whimsy - Such a sweet room (and darling little girl!)…the yellow color reminds me of the gallon of paint that's been sitting in the closet since September meant for my daughter's room (who is 14 mos). Thanks for showing this beautiful project (and little girl).ReplyCancel

  • Kristen Duke Photography - Those flower planters are SO cute!!!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie @ Toastie Studio - Those flower baskets are such an amazing idea for storage!! I think I will be keeping an out for some for my work studio!
    Feel free to submit this to my link party, would love to share it with more people!

  • Lisa - Very cute! What a lucky girl to have such a pretty room!ReplyCancel

  • Sara - LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this!! Hope you can link it up at my turquoise lovin' party going on right now!

  • Jenni Horne - that's an adorable big girl room. But what I like the most are the planter's painted hot pink for stuffies!!ReplyCancel

  • Amy - How sweet, she looks like she loves her new room! I love the feeling when you are done with a room. I love the yellow walls, it's the perfect shade.ReplyCancel

  • Tania - Love the planters! What is the black thing you have the headbands on? It is supper cute and a great way to store the headbands.ReplyCancel

  • The Richins Family - i love love this room. i love the printable you made for 'D'. you brought so many good ideas my way for my daughters room. thanks. jennyReplyCancel

  • Lolly Jane - Hi Tania! You're a no-reply blogger so I hope you come back to see my answer (:

    The headband holder is a magazine rack! I got it free at a swap years ago and it's perfect for all those awkward sized headbands!-and they don't get crumpled or anything.

    Thanks for the compliments, everyone! XOReplyCancel

  • Crafty Mischief - This room is darling! I love the planters and the birdcage and the piggy! Oh my! thanks for sharing! :)ReplyCancel

  • Jen-CraftOManiac - just precious! I love the baskets too. YOU have been featured on COM today. winks, jenReplyCancel

  • Ashley Tremaine - Oh my sweet goodness!! Her room is absolutely precious…your little girl is so lucky!! I am also working on my daughter's room (just did a post on it too). You have so many great ideas that I will be using as well!! Great job!!


  • Organizing Stuffed Animals | Hellobee - […] — what a great way to display and organize your favorite stuffed animals, books, and toys. Lolly Jane spray painted her planters […]ReplyCancel

  • Angel - I LOVE your toddler room! I’ve pinned a bunch of your ideas and they WILL be stolen at some point. I just found your blog via pinterest this morning, and now I’m obsessed. So creative! My Husband is in for it now with projects!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - Love it! Very cute! We have a Delanie too <3… wish she loved her room enough to stay in bed like that ;)ReplyCancel

  • Cari - I love it! Just pinned the planter turned storage. I must do that!ReplyCancel

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  • ana - Hey I love your ideas, but where can I buy the flower planter, because I cannot find it…. I searched Lowes and home depot any suggestionReplyCancel

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