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Oliver's Owl-Inspired Nursery — My Room

Name: Oliver (6 months) Location: Mentor, OH Oliver's nursery came to me while driving by a garage sale and seeing the largest, ugliest yet coolest lamp I had ever seen with a Mama Owl and Baby Owl. That $5 purchase grew into what Oliver now calls home.
  • Kim Hicks

    Another pinner said: "cardboard letters at michael's or joann's - stack them and make a cool vertical word or name" I SAY - why not use wooden letters? Either way, I LOVE this idea!

  • JoAnn Payne

    cardboard letters at michael's or joann's - stack them and make a cool vertical word or name. Cute idea for the kids room or something.

  • Shelby McMullen

    These are the cardboard letters you can get at craft stores. I would definitely paint them, but I love the vertical look! Would add more playfulness to a nursery, or might work in an older kids room. I'd imagine toddlers would destroy that thing, hehe.

  • MC Hataway

    Cute for a kids room! These are the cardboard paintable letters you can get at Michael's or Hobby Lobby. Stack them and make a cool vertical word.

  • Annie Crace

    Cardboard/wood letters at Michaels or Joanns - stack them and make a cool vertical word or name. great for lastname in living room, or kids name in bedroom. Love this for kids' rooms (:

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