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Pink and Green Girl's Nursery

I wanted to create a nursery that was feminine and bright, but not too "babyish". We also wanted to stick to a budget and completed a few DIY projects for the room. My mom was a huge help and did the sewing for the curtains and crib skirt and helped with the wall stencil!

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