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Hannah's Outback Adventure

by Puthikat

  • genderneutral
  • agebaby
  • typebedroom
  • theme Animals
  • Baby room image
  • Baby room image
  • Baby room image
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We designed this room for our baby daughter, we went with a nutral theme not wanting to go all pink. We couldn’t use stickers to decorate the room because the original paint was the suede kind so the sticker will not stick. So we hand painted everything! Green grass with blue sky australian native animals on one wall. The other wall is painted with forest animals. We thought it was cute to paint all the animals in different colours. Our daughter seems to enjoy it!

This entry is from Australia, please like it here

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