A couple of months ago, I instagrammed a picture of my daughter’s unfinished room and her blank walls looking for some suggestions on how to decorate a really long wall…(the wall just opposite of this one). I feel like I really struggle with filling in the small details and so I put off the finishing touches. But, an upcoming mother-in-law visit and a baby shower finally gives me the motivation I need to get. it. done!
My baby girl’s (who am I kidding…she’s 6) room is almost finished and today I am sharing a little sneak peek. This girl is CRAZY for pink. So we added a lot of pink touches in here in a couple of different shades and added a green accent color. I kind of love it. And…that is really saying a lot because I used to dislike the color pink. Having three girls has changed that.
Today I am sharing how we made this DIY Wooden Letter T for her shelf. It really is pretty simple. It helps that her letter is just straight lines. Why not just buy one? It’s true, the craft stores are filled with wooden letters…but honestly…there were very few that were large enough that I also like the look of. I tend to be a bit picky about these things if you haven’t noticed. So I drew one out the size and shape I wanted that fits my style…simple and classic.
We used the Rockwell BladeRunner to cut out the lines we had drawn on the piece of wood. The BladeRunner blends performance characteristics of a jigsaw and bench top scroll saw.
Then I sanded the Letter T and painted it this lovely shade of green. To get the color of paint to match her pillow, which I made using this pillow cover tutorial, I took the pillow into my local paint store and found a paint chip that matched it very closely and just purchased the small sample size.
Stay tuned for when I share the entire room with you! I have one more project to finish up in here!
And…I have a fun giveaway coming up here tomorrow that *might* have something to do with this Wooden Letter Tutorial AND my DIY Lighted Letter Tutorial!
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