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:
- 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 [triangles.hot 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.
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!
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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