|Deer print is from here, bunny was thrifted.|
Thankfully, she's also been a great sleeper, so I've been able to finish it up before she outgrew it!
We recycled most of the furniture and main baby items from Phoebe's nursery, but went with a completely different color palette.
Want to see a before picture (as in, before we bought the house)? Click here. But be warned, it's a little scary.
Once again, Polly finds herself right at home in the crib.
I want to secure and paint that darn cord the same color as the wall, but with a newborn and a 2 1/2 year old, I've got better things to do with my (almost nonexistent) free time.
I found that sweet little Hansel and Gretal lamp for $3 at my local thrift store and added a clearance lampshade from Target. The house lights up too!
More info on the ABC crewelwork sampler here.
I totally copied these doily clouds from here.
I picked up the bird screen print from local artist Marcy Davy of All Things Grow, the book was thrifted, and the cat was my great-grandmothers.
I made the crib sheet from one of my favorite vintage sheets using Dana's tutorial - which is ridiculously simple and fantastic. I ended up getting Phoebe to sleep in her big girl bed by letting her pick out her own fabric for her sheets. Now she has kitty sheets, snowman sheets, and butterfly sheets. It's crazy how much joy a fitted sheet brings her.
The stuffed lamb has been around for awhile, but has seemed to take up residence in the crib because she matches so darn well.
Stay tuned for a post on how I made this super-sweet crib skirt!
*The post is up! Click here for a how-to*
The doily lamp will be getting it's own post too.
The nursery at night. Such a cozy place for a sweet baby!