I've been helping two different friends with their nursery design. I thought I would share them with you. Some of the things they already had and I designed around them. If you want me to make you a design board please email me. :)
The hardest thing about designing for me is the finishing touches that make such a big difference. I love the way that these to shots show how to group collections to make small vingnettes. These little details make all the difference.
My friend is having a little girl this fall and I have been helping her with her nursery. I came across this really great blog Chic & Cheap Nursery . This site will give you tons of great ideas. Here is one of the rooms that I fell in love with. Loved the idea of framing a few of the baby clothes. They grow out of them so fast and they are so stinking cute, why not! :) AND the color scheme of coral and green is so fun.
This little girl's name is Presley isn't she lucky! P.S you can get that adorable "Child of God" print here .
1. Paint ( spray paint for the outside) (Acrylic for the inside)
2. Mason Jars
4. Masking tape ( if you want to make sure there are no globs on the rim or base.
This is a wonderful project if you want to make some inexpensive vases, pencil holders for you desk, or votives for a al fresco summer night dinner party. You probably have some spaghetti sauce jars or pickle jars in your fridge right now.
I like the look of the jar painted on the inside so the outside is glossy, but it would probably be easier if you spray painted the whole thing. If you choose a paint and are not happy with the fact that it is a little transparent you can paint the inside white to solve that little problem.
June is always one of those months for me that sneaks up and goes by way too fast. This is a great calendar from Mimi & Meg that will help me to be present and celebrate everyday. I can't wait to celebrate more than a few of these. Happy early Dad's Day Dad!!