Speaking of stickers, T took his recent and new-found love of arts-and-crafts up a notch and to a much larger scale that same weekend by also deciding it was time for a room re-do!
Bye, bye superheroes! T’s ready to move on. Thankfully, RoomMates wall decals make room redecorating easy.
We’ve easily redecorated T’s room before, all thanks to the RoomMates extensive line of wall decals. The line consists of reusable “peel and stick” wall decals that easily apply to surfaces of all kinds. The best part? Once you’re over a certain look, the stickers easily come off. In fact, we’ve had such success in taking them down that this is now the second time I’ve unpeeled and re-stuck close to two complete sets to their original backings, repackaged them, and passed them down to other families to use and enjoy!
The “Star Wars” set of RoomMates wall decals we gave T for his birthday. We bought them on amazon.com for around $10.
What’cha hiding, T?!
Ohhhh… yeah, don’t let Dad see that sticker, T. He might co-opt it for his wine cellar!
These wall decals are so easy to use that T’s been decorating his room with them since he was just three-years-old!
Yeah, OK T, we get it. You may not like princesses, but we know you like Leah.
This is our third time in about as many years that we’ve made over T’s room with RoomMates decals. As T grows up, he outgrows certain tastes and trends; thankfully, RoomMates decals make room renovations easy and fun for all-ages. Starting at around $10 a pack of about 20-to-40 decals (I’ve had wonderful success at finding what I need on amazon.com), your child’s room can be easily transformed into just about any theme, mood, or in T’s case, dual universe of his choosing.
T arranging the “Episode 6” area of his “Star Wars” room space.
We also got T a set of the “Phineas and Ferb” RoomMates wall decals.
The “Agent P” and “Candace and Jeremy” area of T’s new Star Wars/Phineas and Ferb-themed room.
T ponders which sticker to stick up next.
T is proud of his new room, and he should be. He did this pretty much solo. I only intervened to help smooth out the bubbles in a handful of the 50 or so stickers he put up. It took us about an hour to take down the old stickers and put the new ones up. I also assume that this is T’s new “I’m proud of this work” pose as it’s about the third time this week he’s jumped into it when I’ve gone to take a photo of him with something he’s made or created (ha!).
Ta-da! T’s finished with his third room re-do, all made easy and fun thanks to RoomMates wall decals.
Enjoy your new room, mate! May the force be with you as you know what you’re going to do today, T!