So.. I’m back!
I’m still trying to get into an order of things, but I’m going to try to blog regularly again. For all of you who haven’t given up on me yet.. Hello again!! I missed you all!
I really did. I missed blogging.
I love to craft, and DIY and share it with you all. So I’m back.
And I have SO much to show you!
Sadly, I have yet to prepare our basement space for pictures to show you. I really don’t want to show you my space with piles of boxes or a messy toy room. So that’s gonna have to wait.
But what I do have for you is some projects from my kids new rooms.
Now that my daughter has her brand spanking new bedroom in our basement.. that means the boys get their own room!
YAY!! For all of you have twins.. or just kids who share rooms. You know what a relief this is. And excitement!!
The boys were so excited for new big beds and new paint and new bedding. As was I.
I’m not quite ready to show you a reveal of any of the rooms yet.. but.. while putting together my sons room, we decided to make unique headboard out of something we already had.
We had a broken door from the basement finishing that we were ready to throw out.
Instead, we cut it apart and utilized the bottom portion for a new headboard! We already had some leftover crown molding from a past project and since my hubby’s good with a skill saw, he pieced together the sides with some thin MDF scraps. (See. Even he can use up those scraps!)
After some quick priming, then a few coats of white paint, we had a new headboard!
I love how it turned out! And it fits perfectly in his new room.
Here’s a little sneak peek of the bedding/colors in his room so far.
Hope you have a great day!! Thanks for stopping by.
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