When I was about 12 I saw a picture in a magazine of bedroom with clouds painted on the ceiling. I loved it. I really wanted my room to look like that room. Magical and peaceful. A serene setting just like it was painted in that picture. So, I bought some paint, brushes and sponge. I researched how to paint clouds on ceilings as best as I could (there wasn’t any google back then). First I painted the ceiling blue. That was actually the easiest part. It was the perfect blue. I let it dry a bit and then went on to my cloud preparation. I poured some white paint into a paint tray and dipped my sponge in it. Then I slowly began to make circles that took the shape of clouds. They looked extraordinary. They looked real. Then I just got carried away and made way too make circles and swirls and the clouds just looks like a mess. I try to fix it but painting is so exhausting. I stopped, and realized this needed to stop. I left it as it was for a few weeks. Then I decided to paint over it. I used the blue paint and began to paint the walls and the atrocious clouds that I had made. As I was finishing up my paint job I ran out of paint. Good thing I decided not to move any of furniture in my room. I came up with a genius idea. Paint around the furniture. I know. Terrible. I was 12. Words of advice… Painting clouds on your ceilings is never a good idea. Painting around furniture might oddly be brilliant.