Winnie the Pooh is a classic children’s character that symbolises friendship and childhood memories. This Disney character and his friends can be featured in a baby’s nursery or child’s room. The modern Pooh bear character is more colourful and round, while the old-fashioned Pooh bear is smaller, simpler and with more muted colours. Decide if you are going to decorate the room with Classic Pooh Bear or Modern Pooh Bear. Classic Winnie the Pooh dates back to the 1940s.
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Hundred Acre Woods
The Winnie the Pooh characters enjoy life in these woods. One way to decorate your Winnie the Pooh room is to paint the Hundred Acre Wood mural on all the walls. The walls should feature outdoor scenery such as trees, plants and grass. After the main background is painted, you can then proceed to paint the characters.
Pooh Bear with his Honeypot
Another Winnie the Pooh painting idea is to paint honeypots in various locations of the room and paint a large Pooh sitting down eating honey on the biggest wall in the room. Some of the honeypots can be turned over or upside down with honey dripping out of them. Add a bee hive with bees buzzing around the room as well. The door of the room can also be a large honeypot that spans both sides of the door.
Pooh Bear with his Friends
You can also paint Pooh Bear with his friends on one large wall in the room. Hire someone to paint the room for you or if you have artistic ability or access to an overhead projector, you can do the work yourself. Pooh Bear stencils can be found at many online craft stores; stencils will help you create more realistic characters. Trace the characters on the wall with pencil to create the frame work, then fill in the details by hand.
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