Paint empty frames in bright colors and then you can substitute out Lilly's art or your coloring book pages

15 diy ideas to refresh your living room 12

Paint empty frames in bright colors and then you can substitute out Lilly's art or your coloring book pages

DIY ball pit made from PVC pipes, cable ties, cargo netting, and pool noodles!

DIY PVC Pipe Ball Pit

DIY ball pit made from PVC pipes, cable ties, cargo netting, and pool noodles!

Again, I really like the banners.  I'm especially partial to the idea of setting up a banner on our old picnic table (probably set up for food or gifts) and maybe something near the front door or in the living room/playroom area?  Or across the living room window?  The nursery thing doesn't apply.

Again, I really like the banners. I'm especially partial to the idea of setting up a banner on our old picnic table (probably set up for food or gifts) and maybe something near the front door or in the living room/playroom area? Or across the living room window? The nursery thing doesn't apply.

fabric covered memo board

Faux Nail Head Trimmed Cork Board {Message Board

If there is an Olympic event for building IKEA furniture, I think we just took home the gold medal. Because we just went all Billy bookcase crazy up in here. Our playroom /media room makeover is offic

DIY Built Ins from IKEA Bookcases + ORC Week 2

If there is an Olympic event for building IKEA furniture, I think we just took home the gold medal. Because we just went all Billy bookcase crazy up in here. Our playroom /media room makeover is offic

Look for a heavy paper or vinyl pull-down version meant for classrooms, as those usually have a rolling mechanism already in place. (Search "school maps" on eBay.) DIY Steps: 1. Screw brackets made for roller shades (at hardware stores) into your window frame, then mount. 2. If your map doesn't have the rods and spring attached, use a roller shade kit (find one at joann.com).

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Look for a heavy paper or vinyl pull-down version meant for classrooms, as those usually have a rolling mechanism already in place. (Search "school maps" on eBay.) DIY Steps: 1. Screw brackets made for roller shades (at hardware stores) into your window frame, then mount. 2. If your map doesn't have the rods and spring attached, use a roller shade kit (find one at joann.com).

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