Wednesday, July 11

Working for us- The boys room

The boys share a room and both agreed to have their room the OU room. it has taken me quite a while to put this together and I am STILL not finished but its looking so great I wanted to do a room post for them. I did Riley's a while back and to be honest that was easy because her room is always in perfect condition. She rarely leaves a toy out of place and NEVER leaves clothes on the floor. I really hope this carries on with her because I LOVE IT! The boys on the other hand are completely opposite. They couldn't care less what their room looks like, in fact I am sure they think I am the one messing it up when I put things where they belong. Nevertheless I have managed to put some touches on it that I think they will enjoy and I KNOW my husband enjoys!

In a few months when we save up we are building these, but until then our boys share a bed and are quite happy. Here is THE room!

*sorry the pictures are all over the place, I don't have the time or the patients to mess with it ;)

A Picture from the National Championship win, if you squint
you can see Ryan ;)
Cameron's desk is to the right, with his
computer...yes he has one, no we did
not pay for it, it's a perk of Ryan's job.

The shelf is painted the official
OU colors and houses all of Cameron's
The boys bed, they sleep together on top
underneath is where the toys are

Cameron Paul Maxwell
Official OU colors that match the
Mural and shelf

Bradford Joel Maxwell

A closer look at the toys and organization

The letters above the bed, I am looking for the right bedspread

The mural - Complete
Because he is cute....Bradford playing
The mural in relation to the door

OU corner, the paddle on top is from Ryan's RUF/NEK days 

In case you are wondering here is a step by step of the mural and pictures to show the progress.

I painted the mural myself using a projector hooked up to a laptop. We found the image we wanted and I traced it onto the wall with a pencil.  The "sooner's" script was found online and Ryan downloaded the font, typed the word and we projected it onto the wall as well. Then I took a tiny paint brush and started painting.
The details
A smudge, but it was easily covered!

And for fun I let the kids make their mark

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