Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Levi's Nursery

A few months back I posted a sneak peak of our little man's nursery makeover (read about that here) so I wanted to post the "after" pictures of how everything turned out.  

My nursery design inspiration:



And the finished product...


So...here's the breakdown of where I purchased my nursery decor as well as my design inspiration for the DIY pieces.

Bedding & Rug
I purchased both of these from Target.
 Don't you just love those sweet little ruffles?




Changing Table
I scored the antique dresser at a yard sale for $10 and added the changing table pad on top.
Mirror, lamp & shade were purchased at Target.



Wall Decor
I stole this idea from Dear Lillie's blog.  She has adorable nursery ideas if you are looking for some!  She used her Silhouette machine to make cut outs on scrapbook paper for a little girl's nursery.  Since I have a little boy I decided to go with animal cut outs to make it more masculine.  I used my Cricut to make mine.



My reproduction of Dear Lillie's idea



For my next project I used modge podge to apply scrapbook paper to four cavases. 
 Once that dried I hot glued the letters to the canvases. 
All of these supplies were purchased at Hobby Lobby. 


And my final little treasure.  My mom purchased this adorable sign from our local art show.  
It's handmade pottery that says "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Do you know how loved you are?"


How do you like Levi's nursery?  I'd say I did an ok job for an amateur!  


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