Stenciling a Little Girl's Room To Grow

A Chevron Stenciled Little Girl's Bedroom Makeover
Good morning, my DIY mamas! Cutting Edge Stencils hopes everyone had a fun-filled 4th of July! Raise your hands if you agree that kids these days seem to grow up so fast. We thought so! It seems like just yesterday you were painting the nursery and now they're ready to move into a big kids room. Well the good news is a drastic room makeover is not necessary just because your little dumpling is not so little. Sometimes all it takes is slight decor modifications to ease the transition. Let's take a look as a little girl's bedroom is transformed into a big girl's bedroom.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares a stenciled little girl's bedroom using the Chevron Allover pattern in turquoise and pink.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares a stenciled little girl's bedroom using the Chevron Allover pattern in turquoise and pink.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares a stenciled little girl's bedroom using the Chevron Allover pattern in turquoise and pink.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares a stenciled little girl's bedroom using the Chevron Allover pattern in turquoise and pink.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares a stenciled little girl's bedroom using the Chevron Allover pattern in turquoise and pink.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares a stenciled little girl's bedroom using the Chevron Allover pattern in turquoise and pink.
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  • Karen Dover Karen Dover on Jul 14, 2014
    I have a garage turned into a bed room. Two little girls share this room. How can I decorate it for them both. We have bricks for walls

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