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I want to make a growth chart for my little guys room, but I could use some creative help. His walls are a light mossy green and he has a mural on one wall of a pond scene with dragonflies, frogs, ducks and a turtle. It would be cute to do something that fits this theme, but I can't think of what. I'd like to either paint it on an adjacent wall (next to the pond scene) or have DH make something out of wood. Any ideas? TIA!
First off I'd use wood. each time you redecorate his room you don't want to have to paint over it or keep the same thing on the wall... I don't think I'd do it too themey, you're going to want to keep it each tie the room changed. I'd do something very simple
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I agree with the wood growth chart! That way you can move it around! Plus, if ever you'd move or something, it would be a shame to lose it! That way you can keep it...! I also agree with the keep it with no actual theme...
I'd go for something like this
But I'd add little picture holders (personnaly) like 2-3...
Also, you can always add a little felt like froggy or something to hang it, instead of a bow!
I absolutely adore the Stephen Joseph wood growth charts. I like that they have picture frames too. Sometimes wood growth charts with picture frames are hard to find. And, I love the artwork on the SJ ones.