I have had the best time putting Miss Priss' room together! I think her girly room fits her perfect!
I'm sure you remember from my previous post about the boys room, that Miss Priss does not actually sleep in her room, but I have high hopes that the boys will be sharing a room before they are teenagers so that MP can sleep in her own room. :)
So, here is her bed in our room...
My mom made her bedding, and I love it!
I love her bed!
I love that her bed matches Joe's Grandma Blanche's rocking chair. The night stand was my Aunt Claire's when she was a little girl and then mine. It hasn't always been yellow. Of course I painted it. :) I think I may be addicted to painting things. And MP has two closets. How fitting?!?
This yellow dresser was also my Aunt Claire's and then mine. I love the way her changing table turned out. My MIL and FIL found it for me at a flea market and I painted it turquoise. Did I mention an addiction? :) The sun that you see on the wall was black and the chandelier that is now pink was also black.
And I finally finished redoing her bow holder! I like the way it turned out. And yes, she needs this many bows! :)
This is behind her door when you first walk in her room. The shelf has a few of my things from when I was little on it including these ceramic little yellow birds that I was obsessed with! Ha! The pink canvas was painted by Miss Priss herself. :) And you might have figured out that her name starts with an M. This rack is very handy to hang all of her bags on. (I took them down because some of them might have her name on them.)
This is the sunshine mobile that I made. Let me just say that it was MUCH easier than the elephant one. Ha! And these are the 2 canvases that I made.
I even painted the inside of all of her drawers turquoise. All of the knobs came from Hobby Lobby. Well, and a lot of the stuff that is on the walls also came from Hobby Lobby. I love that place!
I hope you enjoyed your tour of Miss Priss' room!
I felt like I was never going to get it done, but I am so glad I did! I adore it! Well, and I adore her, too. :)