Flowers are timeless for nursery decor. This particular theme is very easy for your child to grow with. One of my favorite flower baby bedding is the Pottery barn Daisy Garden bedding. With bright pinks, greens, blue’s and yellows, it will be forever springtime in your baby’s nursery.
Someone who agrees with me, is a mom in California whom contacted to paint her baby’s wall letters.
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My latest wall letter project, was from a mom who has their nursery with a fun bug theme called, Snug as a bug. The pastel blues, greens and yellows, really make this bedroom decor theme suitable for both boys and girls.
Now if only real bugs looked so cute.
originally uploaded by ZeeBree.
With all the recent wall letters I have done, I was finally given the opportunity put them in a package for a baby shower gift. I purchased a small basket at a local arts and craft store (never leave home without a coupon), and carefully selected a basket that matched the baby’s room decor. One of the worst things you could do, is to pick a random basket that doesn’t match the room. Picking the right basket is very important. If it won’t be used by the recipient, you might as well stick them in a cheap gift bag!
I added a small letter that was decoupaged with the same Peter Rabbit book and tied it into the bow. This is a very quick and easy solution to gift packaging and most of all, almost everything is re-usable.
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A close friend of mine is expecting her first baby in a few weeks. What do you get the woman that has everything? Well, her nursery theme is Peter Rabbit, compete with the Pottery Barn Kids Peter Rabbit Nursery bedding. From the moment I saw her room, I knew exactly what I wanted to do for her baby shower.
I started off by finding a Peter Rabbit book on Ebay, that contained a lot of illustrations. While it hurt me to rip apart this book, it was put to good use, and as you can see it was for a great cause. I then decoupaged the pages to the letters, and applied coordinating paint to the edges to create a one-of-a-kind gift.
I get very excited when I have a new project, especially when I am attempting to do something I haven’t done before. The person that contacted me was looking for a creative baby shower gift for her friend; rather than the run-of-the mill baby registry selection. You know the feeling- you understand the purpose of those registries, but at the same time, feel torn that it has taken the fun out of buying a gift. Why not use the registry to gather clues about the baby room, colors, and interest. Mom choose this Bubbles Bedding set by Lambs & Ivy, with all the accessories. What a cute ocean theme! You guessed it, found on her registry!
I was contacted by a fellow MA resident whom stumbled upon this blog and contacted me paint wall letters for her 2 children, Joseph and Alana. We found a mutual meeting spot and she gave me a blanket from Alana’s Penelope Nursery Bedding Set from Pottery Barn, and a sham from Joseph’s JoJo Designs 9-Piece Baby Crib Bedding Set – Come Sail Away Nautical. What a treat it was to have a visual I could refer to while I was mixing my colors.