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on: October 11, 2010 07:42:32 PM 
Started by JustKat, Message by JustKat
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Hi all. This is my first post on this forum so I hope this is in the correst spot, and I follow all the rules. I need help, and need it fast and fairly cheap. I know, crazy right. Here is my situation: I am pregnant with my third child at the worse possible moment. She wasn't our plan, but she is ours and we already love her. My husband just recently got rehired after being laid-off for 8mths (or so) and we were just starting to get things back in order when our surprise package came along. All this time has past without either of us noticing, and now the due date is ever so close. Anyway, considering this is going to be our last, and I don't see ( or expect) a shower anywhere in the future I wanted to decorate her nursery on the very budgeted side. I took a look around at what crafty things I have left and I guess I am going to have to go with flowers. Yes I have many silk flowers, a few vines and leaves, and craft paint. I have a little bit of girlie material but not much, and some yarn. What I am hoping to get help with is trying to make this room seem bigger, and at the same time soft and sweet. There really is no color scheme here either. I would like any ideas, links to other sites or anything that can help me in this small area. Please.

ignore the mess in the window. The central air unit is broke at the moment. The ac wont be their for long.

The room is only a 7x10 space, there is no closet, and because we rent at the moment I can't paint the walls; only that hideous door.
 
The baby bed, and dresser is from our son's nursery and the changing table was free. I have been fortunate enough to receive all the clothes from Friends and family.
It is a very tight space as you can see. It's not a closet itself but it may as well be. I am trying with many smiles to make the best of what I have at the moment.
I have looked at other posts on here with baby rooms, and the only thing I know I can do is the letters cut from cardboard. Or at least I hope I can. Smiley
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. ]
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