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Robot Dog Mural- A DIY mini mural

The robot dogs are finally finished


These playful puppies are designed to be a simple mini mural for you to paint in your child’s room.


Change the colours to suit your colour scheme


Team them up with their robot owners for a robot themed bedroom




The Robot mural Selection are available at both
Wallstory Murals
(for UK )and
Magic Mural Factory for( US buyers)


March 10, 2009 at 5:32 pm 1 comment

My Robot Mural


“My Robot”

My robot must rate as my favorite toy,
A wonderful, whirring, mechanical joy.
My robot can talk, but he’d much rather sing,
Or go to the park and play on the swings!

My robot is colourful and very astute.
For instance this week he was learning the flute.
My robot’s adept at a number of tests,
Like doing my homework or folding my vests!

My robot tells jokes that will tickle your sides,
Or spin a good story and much more besides.
And with a small spanner I always keep handy,
I unbolt his head to store all my candy!

©2005 Gareth Lancaster


Robot Fun

The fun loving robot mural has gone into colours that will suit both boys, girls and baby rooms.

What do you think of the colours? Too bright?
Please leave your comment as your input is important to me.


The Robot Fun Girls


These  Robot mini paint by number murals are available on my website. Free shipping for UK and European buyers.

Wallstory Murals

February 5, 2009 at 5:03 pm 1 comment

The Custom Robot mural goes into colour

Stage 2 of The Robot Custom Designed Mural

This robot themed mural is for the daughters Myrinda of Sweet Girl Boutique who suggested a robot themed mural for her two little girls bedroom.

The rough sketches have been done . You can see them here.
Now it’s time to put the sketches into colour, and here they are.





These first txo above are intended to go above each little girls bed




These cuties are intended as a shelf hanger




Playful robot puppies frolic anywhere in the room




This shy little robot is for a hidden corner waiting to be discovered



 Little Robot dog guards a door  or jumps up against a piece of furniture



Shy little robot peeksout from behind a door of furniture

The next stage will be for me to produce the final artwork with the colours marked with their corresponding numbers. The pattern will be printed and packaged with enough transfer paper to trace the design onto the wall.

If you’re interested in having a mural designed for you. Please feel free to contact me or read all about Custom Children’s Murals on my website


January 18, 2009 at 9:38 am 8 comments

Custom Robot Mural In Progress

I’ve been having such fun!

A few weeks ago Dawn from Nursery Murals and More  hosted a giveaway custom mural from her site for me.

The winner was Myrinda of Sweet Girl Boutique who suggested a robot themed mural for her two little girls bedroom.

She doesn’t have much free wall space that isn’t taken up with the two beds, various pieces of furniture and door and window. We decided to design mini murals that could be used in various places around the room

Here are the first sketches.
The next stage will be to draw them up with colour.

The first two girly robots will go above each bedrobot-juggler-sketch





 These two cuties below can be used as a ‘shelf hanger’ or above a bureau (this will need a bit of tweeking to make it work)robot-shelf-hanger1


 Robot dogs for anywhere in the room along the floorline



This little doggy robot  below is a ‘doorhugger or next to a piece of furniture




I see this shy little robot being half hidden in come corner waiting to be discovered



 Peekaboo doorhugger or out from behind the bureau



 Mini murals could be combined to make fun little robot scenes


This one is a bit scatty…She’s my kinda girl. robot-crazy-sketch

Well that’s it so far.
I’d love to hear your comments and suggestions if you have any.
I always welcome any kind of constructive input.

Keep an eye on my blog for the next stage of the design process.

If you’re interested in having a custom mural designed for you, then take a look at this custom mural page of my website for more information, or contact me with absolutely no obligation.

So don’t be shy…I don’t generally bite!


January 3, 2009 at 5:13 pm 6 comments

Winner Of Custom Mural Design Competition Announced

Boy was it hard picking a winner for this Children’s Mural Contest. Everyone had such great ideas!!

Thanks to Dawn of Nursery Murals and More  for hosting my custom children’s mural competition. 
She has been a delight to work with, and I hope to do more joint ventures with her in the future.

 We decided we liked the robot idea the best.
So Congratulations Miranda Dixon aka JustMyRinda or you may
know her by her Twitter name: @fabrichound.

I will be working with Miranda designing a paint by number mural for her children in a Robot theme and then incorporating this new theme into our Children’s mural selection at Wallstory Murals.

Thank you everyone for being a part of this fun giveaway.
We will be offering more fun things in the future, so stay tuned!


December 15, 2008 at 3:22 pm Leave a comment

Free Givaway Custom Mural Design


Would you like a custom designed paint by number mural for your child’s room?

Check out the conditions and click here to enter on Nursery Murals and More  who are hosting the giveaway for me.

Thanks Dawn!


November 30, 2008 at 5:48 pm 1 comment

Teen room mural design- Motocross mural

I’m planning to add some teen designs to my range of murals.
The nice thing about teenagers, is that they could paint the murals themselves. Take a look at home paint by number murals are done, and click here to see a demo showing how easy it is to paint a paint by number mural and create an impressive focal point in your teenagers room.

Here’s the first of my teen room themes, A MOTOCROSS MURAL which came from a commission, a custom mural. It’s up on our website now and retails at only $38.95 for a 3×4 foot mural.

I’ve added 2 sets of extra flames that can be used in other places around the room.
The rider would look great jumping over the bed, or over a piece of furniture like a chest of drawers or a desk.

Look out tommorrow when it will be available for the UK market on our Wallstory-Mural website.

Do you have a teenager who might like to paint himself or herself a mural?
Perhaps you’d like to suggest a theme that teenagers would find interesting.
Leave me a comment and tell me what you think or any ideas you’d like to see.

October 7, 2008 at 6:21 pm Leave a comment

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