girl's nursery decorated for Christmas, day bed in room with crib
Creative idea using wooden embroidery hoops (purchase at a craft store) and place colorful fabric in the hoops. Since these are light weight decorating items the hoops are perfect to hang from the ceiling or on the wall. Nursery by Lorena & David of San Francisco.
Buy wooden letters at Hobby Lobby or your local craft supply store and glue scrapbook paper to them. Mount them on the wall! The more uncoordinated the scrapbook paper is, the better it looks. The contrasts of all the different patterns put together look gorgeous.
Love the alphabet for future nursery
Tons of DIY Halloween Costumes # Pin++ for Pinterest #
Wall Decals Nursery Hunting Ducks Baby Humor Large by bushcreative, $35.00
Wallpaper on the ceiling instead of the walls-super cool
Place parchment or waxed paper on a baking sheet. Place cookie cutters on tray. Pour inexpensive plastic beads into cookie cutter. Preheat oven to 200 degrees-- Depending on beads, melting will be complete in 20-60 minutes (you will need to watch!). Place part of a bamboo skewer in the beads to create a hole for hanger/string/twine/ribbon for hanging.
Melt beads in a 200 degree oven to make ornaments. great gift kids can make!
Since its looking like I will be a future Army wife and moving around a lot, such a cute idea for the kids and way to utilize the moving boxes one more time.
DID YOU KNOW... that you can get a REAL postmarked letter from the North Pole from the USPS? ♥ Instructions are here [about.usps.com/news/. letters must be received by Dec.10 to ensure that your 'letters from Santa' get delivered to your little ones by Christmas Day! :)
Use trucks as serving platters--how cute is this? For a little boy's birthday party obviously might want to by new ones that are clean and scrub but cool idea! My only fear is considering the boys I know, the pretzels etc would end up dumped on the table! Who can resist dumping a dump truck that has something in it!!! @caitl
Use trucks as serving platters
No more sneaking money under your little one's pillow when the tooth fairy comes... It can go in this little pocket at the end of their bed!