Since the munchkins are back in school and I had some free time and a creative itch, I decided to tackle this mess:
I pulled out all of the kids' craft supplies to relocate them in the basement since there isn't much time for crafts these days. Do you think I might have an issue with purchasing and/or holding onto craft supplies?
This is the nice, clean, boring laundry room after I finished cleaning
Amid the piles of construction paper, glue, feathers, and play doh, I came across a foam brush set similar to this. I think we all have bits and pieces of a set like this lying around.
Something popped into my head about Just a Girl's bathroom bubble-ish looking wall art so I pulled out the paint.
I decided I wanted one colorful, kid art friendly zone in my home where we can display some of the cooler projects they bring home from school.
I used rubber foot from a shelf to create an open bubble to mix with the solid bubbles for interest. I think you can find them in the aisle with PVC pipe at Lowe's. Try to choose a color theme, mine was blue, then sprinkle in other colors randomly like the red and purple and orange. Overlap some bubbles and make little bubble clusters. This really was fun and a quick coat of paint is all that's required when you get sick of it.
So, let's not take decorating so seriously all the time. Do you have a spot where you can just let loose and make it fun? The boys feel like they now have their own kid-friendly art gallery!