Stella’s room is coming along slowly but surely! I have a couple more bigger projects to complete but mostly just decorating the walls, etc. I’m so excited to get everything out and see all that I’ve collected over the last six months. It’s really super sad that I never had a cute nursery to welcome her home in. We were waiting to close on our house at the time and so it made no sense to go wild on the rental.
And we’ve already been in our house for like 8 months but with school going full time last semester and everything else, I just couldn’t focus on it yet! So now it’s finally time! I am going to celebrate this baby girl with the room she deserves! Or at least the one I want for her… :)
I painted her walls a few weeks ago. I love this sweet minty color I went with and I did the whole room a little more that halfway down the wall, including the doors. I will certainly be posting pics of it all soon (when its done!) and I hope you love it as much as I do. It’s like the whole room was dipped in paint!
I may not be 100% settled on this right above her crib yet..initially I was planning a picture/print collage but I am in love with tissue fringe garlands and when I realized that I had soo many cute tissue papers already and how easy it would be to make some garlands I hurry and made a million (or 6…) and I do like them where they are! However…soon Stella will realize they’re within her reach and then sad (garland-less) days will be upon us. So we’ll see!
- tissue papers //
- bias tape or just ribbon //
- scissors //
- glue stick //
- templates to follow for shapes
1. Gather your tissue paper and cut them into various shapes. For the half circles I traced a plate. I also did triangles, pennants and some just straight fringing.
2. Cut fringing with scissors but not all the way through the top!
3. Open bias tape and apply glue. Glue sticks are great because they’re easy and provide plenty of stick for tissue paper.
I love how this room is going despite it taking like forever. And this color scheme is sweet, includes pink (much to my mother’s appreciation) and also black which my husband loves. Everybody wins! :D