This is the wall art that I made.
I found these cute flower placemats, used spray glue to adhere them
to foamcore board, drilled two holes at the top, used a needle to guide
pink thread through it to hang, then covered it up with a pink ribbon frame.
I heart this bedding so much.
Baby's-eye view of the mobile. You know, just for fun.
Dresser and changing table. Like I mentioned in a previous post,
they JUST FIT. There are INCHES between them and the door.
Roses I got at my baby shower in Pennsylvania. The picture frame I made.
And the awesome clock/CD/MP3 player we splurged on for lullabye music.
This shelf was the final piece. I bought it as unfinished wood at a craft store
for $6 with a coupon and simply painted it white. What a bargain!
I absolutely adore this original artwork of Noah's Arc that Timberly
got me from an arts festival in Nebraska. Perfect for right above the
changing area. I'm hoping it will hold much interest in the coming months.
There was absolutely no resisting this sign when I saw it.
Rocker and bookshelf.
Unfortunately, this photo does the throw rug NO justice.
It has cute little raised polkadots all the way through it.
In the two pictures above, you can see the final product, but this
is what the stool looked like when I started. I painted the base white
and found a gorgeous high-end upholstry fabric remnant for 85 cents!
Magnetic dry erase board. I may paint the frame pink, but I'm still
undecided about it. And this proves we really honestly don't have a
name picked out yet. We still call her Little Miss and Baby Girl.
Bottom three shelves on the book shelf. I plan to put
a newborn picture in the empty spot in the picture frame.
Top shelf of the bookshelf with the hat box that I painted.
Top of the bookshelf. I got the green pot on clearance at a home
store for $5 and the silk flowers were less than that. A little green
anchor foam and ... LOVELY! We had the pink pot in the attic.
Now we just need the baby.