DIY Toddler Room Decor
My husband and I have discussed several different ideas, and we kept disagreeing on what to decorate with. The one thing we could agree on was that we wanted pops of pink and a few wall decals.
So… I went on a Hobby Lobby and Walmart shopping trip.
I already had the large “A” at home, but I purchased the florals, greenery, and hot glue gun/glue sticks at Hobby Lobby. I couldn’t find the right paint color at Hobby Lobby so I stopped at Walmart and picked up this Krylon spray paint in Gloss Watermellon.
I painted both sides of the “A” with the spray paint and let it dry. I then cut the flowers and greenery off of their stems and arranged them on the letter.
I didn’t end up using all of the florals this time around, so I think I’ll incorporate them in a different piece of decor in my daughter’s room.
After changing the arrangement a few times, I hot glued the pieces down and let it dry. Here’s the finished product!
I think I paid $25 for the two containers of them (4 flowers and two stems).
Brent and I have been looking for decals for our daughter’s room for a few weeks, but everything we kept finding was upwards of $150 for five flowers and several leaves. We didn’t have that kind of money to spend on decals.
These decals came in 5 different pieces. I modified a few of them to fit the space the way I was envisioning.
This was my first one. As you can see, I didn’t use all of the pieces. To add a bit of variation I chose to pick apart one set, and put the second one all together as it was intended.
Here is my daughter’s room now. I feel like it’s still missing a few details. I intend to put together a few more pieces using the same spray paint color to keep it cohesive and add a few more pops of color.