SLIDESHOW: Little girl battling cancer gets dream room makeover

DE PERE, Wis.(WBAY) - Five-year-old Raustlynn Davis from De Pere has undergone surgery and chemotherapy within the last year, but when she gets home from the hospital she will get to walk in to her dream bedroom. Raustlynn is battling Ewing’s Sarcoma, a form of bone cancer.

Raustlynn Davis

A partnership between "Special Spaces" organization and Brown County Community Women's Club made Raustlynn's dream bedroom makeover possible.

"Well I just hope it brings her a lot of joy and just to feel good again and to make that room really a special place of comfort for her," said Kathy Aicher, Brown County Community Women’s Club.

Mike Bailey with Special Spaces said they designed a room to her taste. Raustlynn told him she likes watercolors, flowers and butterflies.

"She likes real life artistry, she's a museum nut, and she's just a very unique little child," said Bailey.

"It's wonderful, you feel very gratified and just so thankful you could be a part of this," said Aicher.

Hand painted butterflies, new window treatments, new bedding, a new television, chandelier, books and toys are just some of the things you can find in Raustlynn's finished dream room.

"I'm just hoping that this brings a smile to her face, she has been so devastated with her diagnosis and been suffering for so long, I hope that this rejuvenates her," said Bailey.

Bailey says the big surprise reveal happens Sunday or Monday.


Raustlynn with mom Lindsey Davis (left) and grandmother Debra Jirtle (courtesy: Special Spaces-Green Bay)