The shelf's I found at a thrift store, 2 dollars each.
I painted the letter 'A' onto a canvas.
Brent cut out and made the turtle out of felt and I framed it behind scrapbook paper.
The wooden letters are from Walmart, 1.97 ea.
The books are "vintage". Mrs. Piggle Wiggle in purple hardback was an ultimate find for .10 cents at the Manti library.
This sweet dress was worn by my mother and the purse was my grandmas. (If you look closely you can see Mickey and Mini)
The books are the Wizard of OZ series from my Grammy, printed in the 50's. I read them all growing up and I LOVE them!!!
And I found the globe at Ross for 15. I don't know why, but I felt like I needed a globe, it just inspires creativity and adventure in me.
I got the 9 cube shelf at target as a baby shower gift. (Thanks Tasha)
I love the fabric drawers, they make storing so easy!
The blanket was handmade by my friend Marinda. I just love it.
I have burp clothes in the wicker basket, the frame on the bottom is vintage Winnie the Pooh from Erika, and the book is from Janet.
Covering the rocker was not as hard as I thought, thanks to my mother in-law Janet!!
She helped me sew covers and Brent and I just unscrewed the foot stool and covered it.
A room can be really unique if you try to add elements that mean something to you. I loved incorporating my old blanket and my favorite books into the room.
With this project I didn't worry too much about matching. I didn't want a crib "set" because I felt that I would have to tone down patterns in other places of the room. I think it can be fun to mismatch things that "go" together. Ex: White furniture (not a set but all white) or bright colors (not all the same patterns but in the same color scheme).
A room can be a process, this one is definitely a process for me. Take your time Don't break the bank trying to get it all finished just add items as you go.