Special thanks to Carynsyarnbasket for letting me use your shop as an examplewww.bighugcreations.com https://www.etsy.com/shop/bighugcreations?ref=hdr_shop_menu
Monday, November 30, 2015
Now that we have baby number 2 on board, I am in full swing of the "nesting mode." Things that have been needing organized for years, are now getting attention they deserved. Hubby is getting an ever growing list of honey do's around the house. And most of all, my brain is buzzing of the nursery decor. Why is this little baby's dwelling feel so important? I think it is instinctual in a mother. Another thing that I think is on every momma's mind is keeping the cost down. You can go bananas going all out for your little one. When the realities of the hospital bill hit, your gonna wish you didn't take out a second mortgage for the perfect nursery. Here are some tips and ways that I have in the past, and plan in the future to use when creating baby boy's nursery. And so here we go! As a mural artist, I paint a lot of main stream themes in nursery rooms. While there is nothing wrong with these, and I think they make beautiful rooms, I have always been one that likes to go off the beaten path a little bit. I am trying to come up with a room that has charm, and cuteness all rolled into one. I have researched etsy, houzz, and pinterest and am starting to build some great ideas. What does this look like? Well, I am no designer, but I think i need to start with an inspiration piece. Take CarynsYarnBasket, a cute little etsy shop I found, for example. She made this cute little fisherman newborn prop hat. My heart melted when I saw this, because hubby is a fantastic angler and the connection between father and son is priceless.