This simple nursery design is something many parents can recreate. The parents made the fabric covered canvas pieces above the crib, and you can make a sign with your baby’s name by cutting and painting a sheet of metal, or by painting and connecting a set of wooden letters. The personalized touch of the parents’ favorite psalm, along with the framed quotation are loving additions to this little girl’s room.
Personalized name sign above the crib from a deal on www.pickyourplum.com and once it arrived the owner painted it raspberry pink.
The two flower art pieces hanging beside the name sign are made from canvas, fabric, quilt bunting and rosettes. You can view the entire project here: http://rock-a-byebradbury.blogspot.com/2012/05/diy-fabric-flower-art.html
The nursery plaque was an inspirational item on Shanty 2 Chic. You can view the complete tutorial here: http://www.shanty-2-chic.com/2012/02/psalm-139-art-and-free-printable.html
You can the owner’s post here: http://rock-a-byebradbury.blogspot.com/2012/03/diy-bible-verse-art-project.html
Also made was the toy box on wheels. which was taken from the post, Running with Scissors, http://projectsbyjess.blogspot.com/2012/02/crate-tutorial-rustic-herringbone.html
The old fruit crate was already owned. The owner sanded, stained and attached wheels to the bottom. You can view her blog post here: http://rock-a-byebradbury.blogspot.com/2012/03/fruit-crate-makeover.html
The changing table wasmon craigslist.com for only $35. The owner painted it white.
The hydrangea wall decals were purchased at Joanns and applied to the front of the table.