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So about a month ago I had a tiny lightbulb go on above my head. I realized I’ve not really done anything daring or completely just outrageous in a while, and that everything happening around me was just very.. well.. plain. I had been focusing on school, hiding in my bedroom, and just not really creating things I enjoyed.

Being the insomniac I am, at 2am one night I found myself on Pinterest (and we all know how that goes…too many can’t really escape.) So when the opportunity came around for me to make a change I took it.

For my grade 12 Film and media class we were told to make a video of anything, and at the time this idea of change was continuously sitting in my mind. Normally I’m not one to fear change but more recently its really been hitting me hard. Instead of letting the thoughts of “what if” control me I jumped off that giant cliff into a bucket of well… black paint. Yes you heard that right. (Wait no, not literally gosh i’m not that stupid.)

I started the process of painting a wall in my clean white room black. The complete polar opposite to my fathers dismay. Anyway I was able to create a video with part of my process! If you haven’t checked it out yet its up on my Youtube channel… you can click here!

Today I thought I would show you my WALL MAKEOVER (*Duh duh duuuuhhhhhh*)



So basically this is what it looked like about a year ago, Minus that weird painting thing… thats been long gone for a while now.

And now we are… HERE!

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Quite the difference I know. Although ideas are had everyday for this wall I wanted to share with you how much its been transformed. This is definitely more my style/aesthetic now.

Thanks to my friends over at happy moose for sponsoring this post, I was able to print off some amazing photos to display on my new wall. I am so thankful. Prepare to see a few more posts in the future featuring these cool photo strips!

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If you have some photos you would like to print off, for sure check out Happy Moose’s website. For those of you who have not heard of this brand before they are a New Zealand based company! Such amazing people working there and everything turns out beautiful! So many different creative ways you can print photos!

Their Giant Photo strips range from $25.95 NZD  to $69.95 depending on size of photos, amount of strips ordered, and megapixels.

If you’re interested, check out my last post with them where I featured their gorgeous wall dots!

Hope you all have an amazing rest of the week!


ending blog 2016



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  • paula loreti

    i’m a such a fan of redecoring and seeing posts like this haha. the makeover was incredible, and your room looks so cozy and pretty now! love it 🙂

    February 2, 2017 at 6:14 pm Reply
  • Patricia

    I love this post. I’m crazy about home decor and your wall looks really amazing!!

    February 10, 2017 at 8:05 pm Reply
  • Bryce Ann

    I am actually getting ready to move, and I have been thinking of different ways to decorate my room and studio, so You just gave me some great Ideas! Great Post!

    March 6, 2017 at 2:54 pm Reply
  • Abigail Lennah

    I can’t believe I havent visited your blog since the blogger yearbook was published, but it’s nice to see that youre doing well! I love your wall so much! For some reason, it just makes everythIng on the wall more prominent, which gives it that small “pop” factor.

    xoxo Abigail Lennah

    March 19, 2017 at 4:49 pm Reply
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