I am a budget loving kind of gal. When I make a large purchase I want it to be something that is going to be able to be styled multiple ways so when I change my mood or when the trend winds shift I can easily alter small things to make big impact without having to make big purchases.
Well, my six year old decided he is too big for a dinosaur room now and wanted a sports room. We have been racking up the little league trophies so I thought it would be the perfect way to meet his request and have a place to store them all. This transformations cost me nothing. Just grabbed gear and awards we had on hand.
It turned in to a nice display of all his hard work and achievements and my three year old is so proud of his soccer trophy right in the middle.
We even put together a fun way to display his karate belts and the first board he ever broke signed by his Hanshi Darren Cox, now 13 time World Champion.
You’d think they would be over the moon at this point, but they LOVE Halloween and just a few days later decided the needed some spooky fun in their room. Lucky for me it is super easy to swap out their dresser decor, so out when the baseball and in came the Halloween Decor.
With them being six and three we did not want anything that would give them nightmares so we went with glittery bats, pumpkins, and spiders. We set up a countdown for fun and a little spider my son made from clay and frosting eyes. Again it cost me nothing as I just took from my existing decor stash.
I’m loving how easy it is to switch up the look of their room by having staple pieces and simply changing out the accessories.
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