Painting went pretty well. All things considered.
Thomas only got into the paint once. He repainted part of a freshly-green wall (white), decided the closet door should be green - oh, and the back of the freshly-painted white door to the room. The closet was probably going to be green anyway, so I just finished the job. (That's what I get for leaving paint out so I can touch up).
Monkey found my touch up paint brush drying in the bathroom and decided to rub it into Princess' My Little Pony purple lip gloss.
Monkey got into the paint later. Luckily he repainted a wall (green) that was already done - he got some on his clothes, but it's clothes I don't care about it. I almost dressed him in his elephant shirt, though! Close one. Yeah, we put a baby-lock on the door after that.
I love the color. We painted about 2/3 of the wall and repainted the top white (before pictures here). I think I would love to redo my green kitchen in this green. And I think I have enough paint...
Here's my problem: remember how I wanted to cover the roller blinds?
Didn't work that well. I used the spray adhesive, which seemed to work, but bubbles came up later and the blinds wouldn't roll up at first. I think maybe because the blind is a light-blocking one, the fabric makes it too heavy. My idea was to have the blue monkey fabric on the blind, with the bunting as a kind of valance. Simple (yet loud), not asking too much, was it?
So now I think I'll make a valance or curtain instead - rip the fabric off the blind and just try to hide the roller, you know? So maybe a green gingham + white valance? Green + blue monkey? White + blue? What do you think? I'd love to use the blue monkey fabric. It's only for so long you get to decorate your kids' rooms all bright and fun, you know?