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As you all know, we recently moved the boys out of their toddler beds and into bunkbeds. That was a big transition for us all but one that is going pretty well (other than Lucas trying to claim the top bed as his some days). The next step in our room makeover is painting.
I like having neutral color walls but they can be a little boring sometimes so I was excited to hear about a new line of Disney Paints that are available at Walmart now. There are over 112 colors and 5 specialty finishes, including a glow-in-the-dark finish.
We decided on a theme for the room of space. I made a list of items I thought would fit the theme before heading to Walmart. I wanted glow in the dark stars for the ceilings and some Buzz Lightyear decals. I thought these things would go great with the paint. I also wanted to find as many Buzz Lightyear items as I could for a “to infinity and beyond!” party we are going to be hosting for our friends.
I loved how the paint colors were grouped by theme and with coordinating colors. Many of the paint colors also match the Disney bedding that is available at Walmart which makes decorating rooms easy. The display also had some little booklets which gave me ideas of ways I could use the glow-in-the-dark paint.
Once I picked up the paint I headed to get party supplies. I’ve been known to go a little overboard when it comes to party themes and this party, though just a small one, was no exception.
I bought Toy Story themed cupcake supplies, table decor, decorations to hang from the ceiling, and candy bracelets to make. We have white t-shirts to decorate with glow in the dark paints, glow in the dark markers to color with, Toy Story toys, and a Buzz Lightyear fishing game. The party is going to be so fun and I can’t wait to have everyone over to show off the boys’ new room!
Stay tuned for part 2… the painting!
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