Thursday, November 10, 2011

Boys Superhero Room Reveal!

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE UPDATED ROOM!!!!!

After finding out we were pregnant with our 3rd child and knowing that meant the boys would soon have to share a room, I saw this quote,
Sometimes being a BROTHER
is better than being a SUPERHERO
and there was no going back, I had to do a superhero room for my boys. That was the first thing I made for the room, their own print. 

Here is Bodie's room BEFORE:
and AFTER:
 I found this AMAZING tutorial on how to make your pictures look like they are in a comic book. Had so much fun taking their pictures and turning them into this. 

You can download the templates I used to make these superhero bins HERE.
This has probably been one of the most rewarding projects I have ever done because of how my son has reacted to it all. Worth. Every. Minute. Of. It. He spends most of his time playing in there pretending to be a Superhero and saving the world. Now all that is left to do is bite the bullet and move his little brother out of the crib/nursery and into the bottom bunk. . . before baby comes in less than 3 months!

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28 comments:

  1. Freaking AWESOME! Love it all. Can you do that in my baby's room when you get here? He would LOVE it. He currently thinks he is Captain America. Love boys, especially yours! Including #3. Can't wait to see the little guy!

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  2. Ahhh I'm in love!! I wish I had a little boy just so I could copy this!! Awesome job!! I would love for you to come share at our link party...junkintheirtrunk.blogspot.com/2011/11/link-it-up-wednesday_08.html
    Heidi @ {Junk in their Trunk}

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  3. The room turned out great. My son's superhero room is in the making and I am so inspired. May I ask where you got the "Sometimes being a brother is better than being a superhero" sign?

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  4. I LOVE this. It looks so fantastic. I feel inspired, as well. You are amazing.

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  5. Wow - what lucky little boys! I love it.

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  6. this is an absolutely adorable room!!! your boys must be in HOG heaven! :)

    visiting from whipperberry! :)

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  7. Holy Captain America and Batman!!!!! That's completely awesome!!! What lucky little boys to have such a creative mommy!! I love it!!!!!!!

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  8. Love this room transformation! So creative! I am looking for bloggers to participate in 25 Day's of Christmas Blogshare...check out the post and leave a comment if you are interested in participating!

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  9. So much fun! I love the wall art.

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  10. That cityscape looks incredible. Love this room idea. What little boy doesn't love superheroes???

    I'm stuck between pirates and superheroes for my next theme. Good thing paint is cheap. I may need to do both...lol...

    Sharing this at pinterest.

    If you have a moment, please share this at my Creative Juice Party.

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  11. Hi there, what a great room. Your boys are so lucky having a mum like you. Thanks for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

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  12. What a fun room! Thanks for linking up with us and hope you join us again this Wednesday! Happy Thanksgiving!

    Marie
    mylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com

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  13. The room turned out great! I LOVE the bins and will definitely be using that idea! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  14. LOVE IT! I am afraid to show this to my hubby because I know he will want to do it too! Great job!

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  15. How did you paint the cityscape?? I love it

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  16. I second that question, did you just tape it off or use stencils or what? The cityscape is my favorite part with their initials!

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  17. Please do tell how you did the cityscape! I've been looking for ways to do this in my son's room.

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  18. I drew the skyline on the wall with a pencil and used tape to get the straight lines. Hope that helps.

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  19. Love the cityscape! how many coats of black did it take to get it to look good and what kind of paint did you use. Also, I LOVE the poster. Did you make it? Super great quote. I have two little boys and my first son has a super hero room. I've got a few more things to get done in the room and those bins are on the list. :)

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  20. Oh my! You are living my life....just before me! We are having baby number 3 (another boy) in June and my boys will be sharing a room. My 2 yr old is still in the crib and I am looking for bunk beds. I am totally making those bins....where did you find the red one?? Having trouble locate that one!!
    Wonderful Ideas!! Great job!

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    1. That is so funny! Boys are fun but craaaazy!! I found the red bin at Target. Home Depot may have them too! Good luck!

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  21. Wow! You did such a great job! the city on the wall is amazing! I was looking at the bins for my daughter's teacher who has a superhero themed classroom. Love It
    Charity @ SoLoveThat.com

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  22. I love this idea for my kids. i know what im doing this summer.

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  23. So amazing, great work! Love this idea

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  24. You just made my 4 year old very jealous :) Love your superhero room! Would you mind sharing where you found your gray bedding?

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    1. I just made a few updates that I need to post:) I found the bedding at Target, I think they still have it!

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  25. How did you make, or where did you find the cityscape silhouette?

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