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Hi jodi's room is fantastic. I am impress by your all things in room and colour is also nice. As well as I like most cushions message so much.

Wonderful and Fabulous Lisa!
Jordy must be thrilled!!
Happy Creative 2012!


OMG, He is growing up to be a handsome young man. I know you are proud of him. You did a great job on the room as always, I love to see your transformations. Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year!!!

Lisa - You've done a SUPER job with your son's room! Bringing in the elements of red serve to move the viewer's eye around the room, providing rhythm and balance. You've also done a great job with editing, keeping only those items that were necessary.

I especially like your idea of folding and storing T-shirts vertically, rather than horizontally; now I can take them off the hangers and put them in a drawer, freeing up precious real estate in the closet.

Thanks a million!

Great article, great job, keep up the good work!


Although I don't always leave a comment, I always enjoy your offerings. You are truly a renaissance woman! I've never seen anyone who is so versatile in her talent and skill. Last February I made soap and cookies to include on one of my blog posts. The inspiration came from you. I was delighted with the outcome. Now, Lisa, if I could learn to sew as well as you do I'd be a happy camper! Thank you so much for continuing to share your talents with the public.

Great design and decoration,, Especially like the chair and the picture of Jordy as a football player.

His room turned out great. I loved when my children would get to the next stage and we would change their rooms.
Now my daughter is 23, son 18 and I will be so sad to see them move out of their rooms.
But, I have always loved your craftroom and I am secretly waiting for one to move so I can have a room like yours.LOL
Can't wait to see what you have next for us,

Excellent job, Lisa! Loved the nightly rituals. So sweet. Jordy will have a lot of fond childhood memories. P.S. That bunk bed is nice. Where did you get it? Perhaps a store list next time.

That really looks terrific! Great job!

I love Jordy's room makeover! I love those fathead "skins" hate the price tho:) Happy New Year to you and your family.


Really well done. Also, your photography skills are improving, especially evident in the closeup shots in the tutorial. I think you inherited some of your talent from both grandmothers who were into hat-making, carpentry, baking and candy making and hands-on crafts of all kinds. You are continuing their legacy. Thanks.
Nana Banana (Mom)


What an amazing transformation! I love the personalized touches throughout the room. He will cherish those pillows for a long time (although he won't admit it in his teen years). I bet he's proud of his space - especially that giant wall graphic. It reminds me of redoing my kids' rooms when they were young - now they ask my advice on decorating their apartments - thank heavens for IKEA!

Jordy's room is great! A great transition from little boy to teen.

Wow Lisa -- Jordy's room is AWESOME! I'm so impressed that he doesn't have a ton of clutter -- that's always been the hardest part for me with my boys rooms. I love the machine embroidery touches -- I have the MS font, but can you tell me what font you used on the red pillows -- it's really cute. And that bigger-than-life Jordy is just amazing -- Fantastic Job!!!

Really nice. Please come to my house... yesterday.

Your son's room looks great. Makes me miss my boy, who is now 23, in the Air Force, and stationed in GA. I used to enjoy re-making his room to fit his growing stages. The Angry Birds bedtime ritual is an edearing story. Thanks for sharing.

You are truly amazing, girl - this room is awesome!!!

Love what you did with the room. Especially like the chair and the picture of Jordy as a football player. I have a 3 month year old boy,Jacob, so looking at Jordy's room give me future ideas. Happy New Year.

You are one creative lady. His room is precious, just like everything you do.

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