DIY Tween Girl Bathroom Projects

Last week I shared the big reveal of my daughter’s Tween Girl’s Bathroom Remodel.  It seriously turned out so much cuter than I imagined.

There were a couple DIY projects involved in this awesome bathroom that I want to share with you today. They are super easy – so easy your tween could do them!

First, let me show you the shelving in the bathroom:

This was really simple to do.  Grab your shelves and some colorful duct tape, and start designing!

The main colors in the bathroom are blue and pink, and we found duct tape in blues and pinks in various patterns so we were able to mix & match.

Marley chose the design for each shelf and did some of the wrapping herself.

After all three shelves were wrapped, all that was left was to hang them!

The other cute craft project we used involved switch plate covers and washi tape.

We used various washi tapes in coordinating colors and patterns…

…applied washi tape on an angle…

…then trimmed with a razor.

Once covered, I applied a layer of Mod Podge to seal the tape, and voila!

These two simple projects – Duct Tape Shelving and Washi Tape Switch Plates – really added the perfect amount of pop to this Tween Bathroom Remodel.

If you missed it, you can go HERE for the full reveal of the bathroom!

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6 Responses

  1. Thank you! My daughter is addicted to duct tape (takes after her mother – I’m addicted to washi tape) 😉 I knew I wanted to incorporate it into her bathroom in some way and I love the results!

  2. Oh my goodness, I’ll be so sad when my daughter leaves the house. I’m glad she’s only 11. Enjoy the opportunity to revamp, though! 🙂


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