So we finished off Miss Sophie's room a couple of weeks ago and I wanted to show off my great decorating talents (yeah, right). Really I just want to show you how cute it turned out.
We turned our office/guest room into her nursery when she was born. The walls were already a chocolate brown and I couldn't even think about painting it again because I HATE painting. And it took me 8 months just to get Todd to move the furniture and to touch up the paint so.....chocolate brown and pink were our colors.
I know the whole bird theme is a little old. But I love it. And so when I found this sheet at pottery barn kids I had to get it and then the rest of the things evolved from it.
What I crafted or made in the room:
I found the material at Hobby Lobby in Danville (why Danville?) and made the two curtains. Love this fabric. And I didn't even sew it. I used fusible webbing. Awesome.
Not my idea. Found it on my favorite blog. (Aren't they all my favorite?) Pretty easy to put together and hang. The silk flowers were a little expensive so I just saved some AC Moore coupons and bought bridal bouquets with all white flowers at half price. I would just go once a week and use two coupons each time until I had enough to make the mobile.
I made this a long time ago for our guest room. It just didn't have Sophie's name on it. I stenciled it when we got her nursery ready with sparkly Martha Stewart craft paint. The bird was already there. Just a stencil, glue, and glitter. And the background are mod-podged book pages from books I bought at the Estate Specialists for 25 cents.
Quote in frame
Found this quote on Pinterest (of course). The original quote online was painted on pallet wood. I am too lazy. I printed it out on my Silhouette and framed it. Easy Peasy.
I did not make this. My wonderful cousin who took those adorable newborn pictures made this garland as a picture prop. She let me keep it and it hangs on her door.
So, that's where our little miss spends a lot of her time. Because she sleeps really well and we are sleep-in-your-own-bed kinda family.