Have Fun with Your Room: 28 Cool Projects for Teens
A Room Of Your Own
Do you ever wish your room could really express who you are? Do you see yourself in a feminine retreat decorated with hearts and flowers? Or are you most comfortable surrounded by your beloved collection of teddy bears? Or do you want your room to reflect the natural world outdoors? Or perhaps something truly outrageous?
Lynette Jennings, star of the Discovery Channel's Lynette Jennings Design and frequent guest on the Today Show, can help you decide what you want your room to say about you, and then show you how to create that special space -- with loads of fun. Simple projects you can make from stuff that's easy to find and no expensive to buy.
So get ready to have fun with your room -- after all, where else can you really, truly be yourself?
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Acrylic paint Biodegradable foam plates black marker brown paint chair cream decorating Decoupage medium different shades dowel rod drop cloth dry between coats dry completely E6000 adhesive edges fabric favorite felt squares flower centers foam brush Fome-Cor board frame Funky grosgrain ribbon gun and glue HeatnBond Here's a tip holes home improvement Hot glue gun Hot-glue inches kitchen sponges lampshade Latex leaf leaves Let dry overnight Let it dry Let them dry Let's Get Started lime green look Masonite metallic paint markers nails and picture-frame NEED Paintbrush Pencil or black piece Pinking shears Plaster of Paris poster board preferably overnight purple PVC pipe Ruler or tape Sandpaper Scissors screw shades of green Silver metallic small nails Soak the sponges soda bottle spray stuff switch plate Tape measure teddy bears tieback Tracing paper Pencil tree branch turquoise valance wall water and squeeze yards yellow marker