Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Baby Nursery Part 3

Ok, here we go onto wall 3. I was about to say this one is my favorite, but honestly it's too hard to pick, I just love this room!
 We'll start with the center. The changing table wasn't anything great, just your basic piece of furniture but we sanded, primed, painted and sanded some more and it's looks purrrty terrific now!

I love the black and white zebra pad too, the perfect amount of black and whited added to this side of the room.

This is the first piece I have ever sanded to look this distressed, love the look and it's a great way to get all of your frustrations out! Crystal knobs came from Hob Lob.

And a simple little valance we made and added ball fringe with glue. Every little girl needs some ball fringe!!!

And some art we made using scrapbook paper. No patterns, just inspired by the internet and cut up paper until we liked the look.

Sweet elephant love!

And little houses, remind me of San Fransisco. You can't see but it says welcome and their last name, and 123 and ABC and I drew a a stick person in the door of one of the houses.
 And this corner, the ideas just kept coming and coming. It's dangerous when the 3 of us put our heads together!
One tissue ball, one made out of a boa and one made out of napkins. LOVE!

Words you think of when you think of little girls, love, play, giggle, pray, cuddle and dream. We cut them out with a Cricut and mounted them on MDF scrap boards.
And an H for Hadley set inside of a Goodwill frame. 

A fabric flower made from the same fabric as the elephant set inside of another spray painted frame from Goodwill.
And you may remember this chair I made a long time ago, it was actually for Macy but it matches Hadley's room much better. We decide to put a rocker in here but didn't get it done yet. It will go in place of the chair. And the little rocking horse came from Michael's. It was spray painted blue and then a tale and mane was made out of all the scraps of fabrics in the room.
H for Hadley!

Letters bought at Michael's and covered with scrapbook paper. We used alot of paper and fabric in this room!

One more look at the last wall. If you want to see the rest of the room go here and here.

Her mom went to the Dr. today, we'll be meeting her anytime now and I can hardly wait!

Parties I'm linking to:
 House of Hepworth's
Saved by Love
My Repurposed Life
Fingerprints on the Fridge
 The 36th Avenue
I Gotta Create
Whipperberry
Miss Mustard Seed
Freckled Laundry
Tatertots & Jello
Too Much Time ON My Hands
I Can't Stop Crafting
Funky Junk Interiors
Be Different Act Normal
I Heart Naptime
Positively Splendid
Pink Flamingo
It's So Very Cheri
Thistlewood Farms

37 comments:

~The Bargain Babe said...

I love the elephant wall art and the elephant by the crib! This is a beautiful room.

Stopping by from the Saved By Love linky. :)

Aunt Mary said...

I am Hadley's great aunt Mary. I just wanted to say that you did a wonderful job and it is beautiful.

Donna~One Simple Country Girl said...

This is one of the cutest nurseries I've ever seen! Almost makes me want to have a baby girl. . .almost! ;) Great job!

Lisa said...

This is so pretty! Lucky girl! Love those wall hangings that you made!

Tammy @BeatriceBanks said...

Wow and wow! Simply beautiful! She's going to be a princess for sure!

Deanna said...

Beautiful!!! Love the rocking horse from Michaels... Im a Michaels Employee... :) keep up the awesome work..

❀❀❀Ðαωᾔ❀❀❀ said...

Everything is just adorable and simply perfect. Great job!!!

Special 'K' said...

It truly is very pretty and clever too. Thank you so much for sharing It is my very first visit here I will follow on my way out. Perhaps you will find the time to come visit me soon and do the same. I look forward to engaging more throughout the year and beyond. Take care. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

Mindy said...

I just finished a neutral nursery for baby #3, due in six days, so I had to pop on in from 36th Avenue and see all the fun pink. So stinkin' cute! All of it. I really love the scrapbook paper on the letters - I may have to steal that idea once we know what our little one is. :o) Four thumbs up from a preggo mama.

Sachiko said...

There are so many things to look at in the nursery, and they are beautiful! Thank you for visiting my blog Laura, I appreciate your kind words. :)

Anneke {RustiChic} said...

Oh that little dresser is darling! The color combo with the wall is perfect!!! :-)

Catherine said...

I just love that pink dresser! Really beautiful.

Jennifer Hayes said...

I LOVE the color you used for the dresser - it's so sweet! The nursery came out so beautifully - fit for a princess!! I featured you today in my Friday I'm In Love favorites!

http://socialsalutations.blogspot.com/2012/01/friday-im-in-love-dresser-edition.html

xoxo

Jenn @ Social Salutations

BEACH BUNGALOW said...

Hi Laura!

Oh, so pretty! I love the combination of aqua and pink; so vintage, don't you think?

Sue
xo

A Lived in Home said...

Oh so stink in' adorable. The wall color is gorgeous and serene! Love the name Hadley and the letters spelling he rename on the wall! great job!

Kristen said...

this room is absolutely GORGEOUS!! I would love for you to come link up next Tuesday to Handmade Tuesdays @ Ladybug Blessings. www.ladybug-blessings.com

-Kristen

Vintage Home said...

What a beautiful bedroom & a fabulous dresser change table!
Now off I go to read your story!

Twice Nice said...

Beautiful! Love that pink! That's a darling room.

Cathy Wall said...

Adorable! So many clever projects, the room is full of love!
Visiting from Funky Junk
Cathy @ Room Rx

malia said...

Laura this is SO beautiful! And the many of your ideas could work for other rooms... I LOVE IT! xo

ps... I am not psyched about Google+ either but it's inevitable... I wish Google would let us have both!

Following you on GFC anyway! xo
Malia

rebecca @ older and wisor said...

I thought the elephants were my favorite until I saw that boa pom pom - EEEKKKK!!! I'm not a foofy girl, but I think I need one!

Venassa said...

Wow I love this room. I'm gathering ideas right now for my daughter's room now that we've moved and I really like your scrapbook paper art. I'd love to try to do something like that. You did an amazing job with the entire room!


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gail said...

the nursery is so beautiful! It would be hard for me to choose what I like most. But since I'm a furniture gal, I'm lovin' that changing table!
gail

Amy @ Positively Splendid said...

This is such a lovely space!! I love everything about it! Thanks so much for linking up again to my party, Laura. I hope you have a marvelous week!

Jenni Horne said...

Perfect room for a sweet addition!!

Christina at I Gotta Create! said...

Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful nursery at the Kiss & Tell party over at my place. You've put so many loving touches in place that it will welcome the little one with a creative wide-open heart!!

The Cottage Market {Andrea} ♥ said...

oh she is soooooo very pretty in pink! this beautiful space just makes me happy! your perfectly pink dresser is simply divine!!! sending hugs and kudos your way : )your newest follower : )

Judy said...

What an absolutely gorgeous nursery. Each and everything is beautiful.

Something Nice and Pretty said...

This is without a doubt the prettiest nursery I've ever seen, I love the changing table and the wall art is so neat!
I'm your newest follower BTW!

♥Rondell

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog said...

I agree, that zebra print is just the right pop of black and white. So many fun details. Awesome job!!

Thank you so much for linking to the challenge.
Karah @ thespacebetweenblog

Christina at I Gotta Create! said...

Love this so much I featured you over at I Gotta Create! Thanks again for linking up :)
http://igottacreate.blogspot.com/2012/02/kiss-tell-features-week-4-new-link.html

Eclectically Vintage said...

That's one lucky little girl! Love the fun colorful touches - the cute ribboned chair, the scrapbook art and those adorable tissue flowers! Thanks for joining our Impossibilities Challenge. New follower!
Kelly

Linda @ it all started with paint said...

Love everything about it and just love, love your blog!

Thanks so much for linking up to our Impossibilities challenge!

Linda
itallstartedwithpaint@gmail.com

Jessa said...

What a gorgeous nursery! I'm so glad you left a comment so I could see it. The colors are phenomenal and the handmade touches are so sweet! Great job!!

Jill ~ Jillify It said...

Oh my goodness! Love the nursery...so fun & whimsical!

I would love for you to link up at my party going on now at Jillify It! I'm a new follower!

Jill
www.jillifyit.com

Anonymous said...

SO, you used MDF board instead of canvases, right? Also, what type of glue did you use to paste down the scrapbook paper? Thanks! Love the room!

Alaina Okapal said...

I love this room!! What paint color did you use on the walls? I'm thinking of doing teal for my baby girl due in July :)

Alaina

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