Painting with Disney and Glidden Part III

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This is the finale that you have been waiting for and to be honest it is less than stellar due to the fact that we are likely to be moving very soon.

As mentioned in Part I and Part II we set about to make a few changes to Addison’s room utilizing Disney’s new line of paint with Glidden. Not knowing when our time to move will come the majority of her room has been packed up, however I still managed to get the paint on the walls and finish up the glow in the dark stencil design.

We had a nice get together with a few of her friends from the neighborhood to show off the changes but they were more enamored with the toys and snacks seeing that it is virtually impossible to see the design on the wall unless it is dark in the room. We have one of those circular windows above the regular window that doesn’t have a shade so even with the curtain closed it still wasn’t dark enough to reveal the design. I tried my best to point it out to to them but the girls were more enamored with the fairies on the bedspread and well the little gentleman was more into the toys. So I didn’t push it, I let them snack and play. Fortunate for them one of their moms won a gift card to Walmart, hopefully they got something out of the deal.

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After my last mishap with the stencil, I was careful to take my time this go round and carefully dab the paint onto the stencil and unfortunately I was not able to capture a great picture of it to show off my handiwork but I will say I was very proud of the outcome. This is the absolute best picture I could capture and I had to use my tripod to capture this.

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I promise the outcome is much better than this in real life. Upon my initial completion of the design Addison was afraid of the design and then she slowly came around when I told her it was a princess crown. Needless to say she still refuses to sleep in there alone *sigh*

Overall I was thoroughly impressed with the line of paint, especially the coverage.  I have already had to wipe stains off of the wall and they came off with no problem. With no scent and low VOC’s this brand is a no brainer if you are looking to upgrade your child’s room. You aren’t left to the design process by your lonesome, there are awesome resources available to help you come up with and execute a master plan when it comes to redesigning your child’s room.

My project is on the low end of the totem pole when compared to what some of the other moms did. Make sure to check out the Disney Paint Mom Pinterest Board and Facebook page to see the other projects.

Are you in the market to do some decorating in your child’s room? Whenever you get ready be sure to visit DisneyPaint.com for inspiration.

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