My son’s bedroom was the first room I decorated this year for Christmas. It was quick, easy, and inexpensive (the trifecta!)
I repeated an idea I had last year for his room. I wrapped art that he already has hanging in his room with wrapping paper. I picked a theme and snagged wrapping paper and tags to use.
I went with a Christmas truck theme this year. I wrapped the three signs above his bed with this cute post I found at Target.
The green bows were saved from last year’s decorations and reused. I list one of the three somewhere along the way, so I used a big red snowflake that I had for the middle canvas.
There is a large square sign above his bookcase, so I wrapped it in a coordinating paper that I had in my stash.
I took a rack, and pushed it in. The original sign is rustic, so it won’t be noticeable.
I added a letter board with a Christmas lyric picked out by my husband (lol).
For his tree, I had snagged a few decorations from our “big” tree collection that I wasn’t utilizing. They stayed for this year, along with the super cute rope garland that I picked up at Michaels last year (they have it again this year!). They only think I swapped out was the gift tags.
I found these cute truck ones in Target’s Dollar Spot. I strung them with some twine, and voila!
He has a little shelf across the room that I had to add a little cheer to.
I used a dot of hot glue to the little bunny figurine to help her hold a little wreath.
His marquee “A” let’s you swap the background if you want by adding different scrapbooking papers. I grabbed a Christmas plaid from my collection, and called it done!
What do you think?