The butterflies on her wall were free after coupons. They are Wallies. The sheets for her bed were free with a $10 off JCPenney Coupon, and her bedding was a Christmas gift from her Grammie. The fabric piece on the blanket chest was a drapery valance left in my sister's home by the previous owners, aka free.
Okay, but certainly the mattress must of cost me something....or did I get a used mattress for free???!!!?? Actually, when we first moved in, my daughter was still in a toddler bed and my son was in a twin bed. We had a mattress protector with a warranty on the twin bed. Well, the mattress protector failed. I sent it back to the manufacturer and they tested it and confirmed the failure. They scheduled a new mattress to arrive, free of charge. The other mattress was brand new (except for one minor accident, which I obviously cleaned up), so should we just scrap it and keep the new mattress. No way! We kept using the other mattress and the new one became my daughter's. Seriously, the mattress barely got wet. When I called on the warranty I expected them to just send me a new protector. I got a new protector and a new mattress.
So...there you have it. A whole room for just $22 (plus a little sweat equity). That's a frugal bedroom. :)