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Daughters 3 and 4 Room

We moved our youngest two daughters into one room and the colours they chose? Purple and Pink! I also love themes, so the consensus was The Lorax. This was a fun room to do!
Time: 2 Weeks Cost: $200 Difficulty: Medium
This is what we started with... but that changed a few times. Started with pink, but we changed the pink...
more pink and bright pink...
the bright pink got changed to purple....
the pink changed to a really light pink...now for the theme!
and now for the Lorax theme walls... I painted the green hills
the start of the truffula trees...
I painted trees and then in the corner, used tissue paper to make them 3D!
I loved this part!
and of course I had to hide a little Lorax for them to find... it's now the fun thing for any new friends who come over, to see if they can find him.
The purple wall has a bunk bed on it, but we wanted to do a fun wall above their dresser (that they painted)... all these butterflies were cut out from my mom's Cricut machine.

Our girls' room has been transformed into a colorful place! Hope you like it!

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Materials used for this project:

  • Paint   (Amazon)
  • Tissue paper
  • William
    William Burbank, IL
    on Sep 16, 2017

    Very beautiful! Love the 3D trees, the butterflies are a cute addition. Especially love the paint job on the dresser. They did a great job on it.

  • Wendy
    on Sep 17, 2017

    Simply magical!!

  • 1984roro
    1984roro Memphis, TN
    on Sep 17, 2017

    What a magical place! Well done!

  • Julie Schroeder
    Julie Schroeder Elk Grove, CA
    on Sep 18, 2017

    Love the colors, trees, and butterflies. But my favorite is the dresser 😍How beautiful! 😍

  • Chaya L
    Chaya L Canada
    on Sep 27, 2017

    I absolutely love this magical bedroom! I'm a bit jealous of your daughters - I would have loved a bedroom like this when I was a kid.
    I would love more instructions on how you made the 3d tissue truffula trees!

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