Mum gives her daughter’s bedroom a stunning Frozen makeover using just tape and leftover paint

ANY little girl would be thrilled to have a Disney-inspired bedroom she can retreat to each night, and play in during the day.

And one savvy mum made it possible for her little one and on a budget too by using frog tape and leftover paint.

Taking inspiration from Frozen, the animated fantasy film that shot to cult status, the crafty mum cleverly used tape to form the shape of mountains on the wall.

Then, using different shades of blues and whites, she painted each section accordingly, creating a magical landscape that filled the room.

Proud of her efforts, the mumshared progress shots online, alongside snaps of the finished project.

She's also filled the room with Frozen-themed toys and wall art- perfect for the Frozen fan her daughter is.

She wrote: "We have made our little girl her Frozen themed bedroom using the frog tape that so many have had great success with now.

"Also upcycled her bed, We love it, it will grow with her too, just waiting on some new bedding, but we have a very happy girl.

"For those who want to know, the paint was a really good price I’ve put a picture of the colours in the photos £11 a tin and only used 1/4 of it so enough future projects."

Other mums and DIY fans alike were blown away by he impressive transformation, with many commenting on the mum's creativity.

"That is really beautiful and I bet your daughter thinks it fab, " one person wrote.

And another said: "Omg I love that. It's so beautiful. Well done."

Meanwhile, a third wrote: "Every Frozen fan’s dream! It looks lovely."

In addition to the glowing comments, the post has racked up an additional 1.3k likes too – that's a lot of Frozen fans.

We also shared how this mum creates a dinosaur bedroom using bargain buys from Wilko, Primark and Argos.

Plus this mum creates magical Disneyland home for her daughter for just £50 after dream holiday to Paris was cancelled.

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