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Children's Playroom Decor

Bright primary colors make a cheerful space for kids to play and create.

Tools and Materials

Martha Stewart Crafts Satin Paint Colors in Indigo, Blue Sky, Summer Linen, Meadowlark
Martha Stewart Crafts Gloss Paint Colors in Geranium
Martha Stewart Crafts Glitter Paint Colors in Carnelian and Feldspar
Martha Stewart Crafts Chalkboard Paint Colors in Blue
Foam pouncer
Sea sponge

Utility brush

Stencil brush
Tape or stencil spray adhesive

Magnetic primer
Flocking transfer sheet

Stencil adhesive sheet

Stylus
Stencil

Spaceship Canvas Bin How-To

Colors: Indigo, Blue Sky, Geranium, Feldspar, and Carnelian

Use a stencil brush, and follow general stenciling instructions.

Flowers Canvas Bin How-To

Colors: Blue Sky, Geranium, Feldspar, and Carnelian

Use a stencil brush, and follow general stenciling instructions.

Magazine Holders How-To

Colors: Blue Sky, Indigo, Summer Linen, and Geranium

Use a utility brush to give magazine holders a base coat of Blue Sky. Let dry completely. Use a sea sponge with Summer Linen and lightly pounce all over to give magazine holders a light texture. Use a foam pouncer and follow general stenciling instructions to create kite and sun. Use a foam pouncer with stencil adhesive sheet, white flocking transfer sheet, and stylus to create flocked clouds (follow flocking transfer instructions).

Train Desktop Organizer How-To

Colors: Summer Linen and Geranium

Use a utility brush to give the desktop holder a base coat of Geranium. Let dry completely. Use a foam pouncer and follow the general stenciling instructions.

Airplane Notebooks How-To

Colors: Blue Sky, Indigo, and Geranium

Use a foam pouncer and follow the general stenciling instructions

Magnetic Chalkboard How-To

Colors: Indigo, Summer Linen, Meadowlark, Geranium, and Blue Chalkboard Paint

Use a utility brush to prime the large wooden board with magnetic primer (follow magnetic primer instructions). Let dry completely, then use a utility brush to paint 2 to 3 layers of chalkboard paint over primer (follow chalkboard paint instructions). Use a foam pouncer and follow the general stenciling instructions

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