Posts Tagged ‘nursery’

Home Sweet Home: Crib Rail Guards

Ut oh! Your adorable baby had decided he is on a mission to chew his way out of the crib. Instead of rushing out to retail to purchase plastic rail guards, why not make a custom fabric set to match the nursery? evilSabina shares her son’s colorful owl rail guards. Make matching curtains and wall […]

Fiber Thursday: Needle Felted Mobile

How cute is this mobile? It started out as a cheap, ugly mobile from a discount store. HappiLeigh recovered the fabric arm, removed the original animals, and needle felted adorable new animals to take their places. I’ll  bet she’s going to have one happy baby. Thanks for sharing, HappiLeigh! To view this project on Craftster, […]

Decorating with Embroidery Hoops

Randomly Spotted on the Galactic Interweb… I always stumble across beautiful and inexpensive decor made from embroidery hoops. First, I was in love with this living room decor by fnur. Then it was these random splashes of colorful hoops from aif the waif. Now, my true love has been discovered! This amazing nursery has embroidery […]

Name that Craft/Craft that Name

Name and initial crafts are practically a must for the modern nursery. Other versions are also very popular with tweens, teens and adults, making them a great gift for any age. It’s all about matching the personal style of the recipient. You can create a personalized one-of-a-kind gift that not only says the name of […]

Home Sweet Home: Pirate Room

miep shared this pirate room back in 2007 and I’ve had it bookmarked as one of my favorite kids’ rooms since then. I’m secretly hoping my little one develops some sort of love for pirates or nautical, so I can create something like this in the years ahead. The creative little touches really bring this […]