Tuesday, 28 May 2013

handmade nursery







It's been a while in the making, but I've finally taken photos of my daughter's room, to share just how easy it is to create a sweet handmade nursery for a baby on a low budget.

Most of the items which I made were created using existing supplies which I already had on hand. Scraps of patterned paper make festive bunting, fabric scraps turn into cushions and recover an old lamp and felt pom poms float on thread or can be glued to just about any surface.

Let your imagination, with the help of Pinterest, transform existing objects into something new to adorn your little ones' room.

With touches of crocheted, embroidered, quilted and stitched objects, your growing bundle is going to appreciate the textures, patterns and colours of the visual feast you have provided them.

9 comments:

  1. Gorgeous room, like you our nurseries were all recycled goods

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    1. Thanks Nathalie! For me it's the only way to get a lovely, lived-in feel to a room

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  2. It looks fantastic! I love how everything was handmade and on a budget yet looks like something out of a magazine! Well done :)

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    1. Thanks Fiona. Just goes to show that you don't need a lot of money to make a space look beautiful!

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  3. Just beautiful. all the handmade touches make for an amazing space.
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    1. Thank you Zara. I'm constantly adding to it to. It's nice to have an evolving space as she gets bigger.

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  4. The personal narrative paper is the best place to have your home-schooled teen start writing. Writing what they know makes learning to write well, not only effective, but meaningful to the child. Once they have picked a great topic or event to write about, what is the best way to start?
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  5. Of course I live for recycled things, so this room is just lovely, and lots of inspiration for me too, as I'm about to start on our own baby room for #2 due in November!

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