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    Glitter letter name garland - fun decor for the door to your little one's room!

    DIY Cloud Garland Tutorial // Blissfully Blessed - This would be cute paired with a rainbow garland

    Fun nursery closet! Idea from Strawberry Swing and Things.

    Love this idea! Put the letters of your baby's name in picture frames!

    Holiday Decorating Ideas For Children’s Rooms | theglitterguide.com | Featuring VONBON and SHOPbymonika LOVE YOU MORE Baby Blanket | December 4, 2013

    Baby Name Generator, I know what I'm naming my kids but this is fun!

    This beautiful changing table is an IKEA #DIY! We love the gallery wall arrangement as well, so soft and feminine.

    Would love in combinations of solids and dots and stripes for the apartment. Either name or last name

    fabric letters by babyface | notonthehighstree...

    Initial inside frame or a small monogram would be cute

    DIY children’s grocery store–such a fun idea for a basement or playroom « Kiddos at Home

    Calm Down Jar - A creative approach to time-out. Child first shakes the jar to get their frustrations out, then they're asked to wait until the glitter has all settled on the bottom. That's when time-out is over.

    Gold Sequin with Pink, Ivory & White - ribbon garland curtain - rod pocket Bling Sparkle - Baby Shower, Nursery on Etsy, $64.00

    pink and grey nursery girls | Baby Girl Wooden Letters for Nursery- PINK and GRAY-avail in any size ...

    Love! knobs and letters from Anthro.

    I'm fairly certain we're having a boy - but just in case we find out our bundle of joy is a girl, this will hang on her nursery wall! Pink, Gold and Glitter She Leaves a Little Sparkle Nursery Artwork - 8x10 INSTANT DOWNLOAD

    This would be really cute painted on a wall above a shelf with the name in the Gold/Pearl wooden letters.

    DIY - painted name letters, hung vertically vs horizontally - love this!

    Glitter, Dry Erase, Glow in the dark Top Coats go over any color paint. Metallic and chalkboard are tintable.

    We love this play space in a girl's room! The paper flowers and tassel garland add a touch of whimsy.

    Taupe is the new neutral, and although I’m usually a color-loving kinda girl, this sweet, rustic nursery has found a special place in my heart. This is the perfect example of not going overboard with any one trend. The chevron curtains, pallet wall and adorable wooden flag letters all come together as nursery design perfection!