Friday, August 14, 2009

Nursery Ideas

Lately, I have been searching various blogs, baby websites, and etsy for ideas to decorate our gender neutral nursery. Here's one that I came up with: I downloaded a free font called "Pea Aimee" from Fonts For Peas (thanks Beth, for introducing me to this site). Then typed out the alphabet on a Word document and printed it on some green textured paper that I got from Hobby Lobby. Finally, I put it in a simple (and cheap!) frame which also was from Hobby Lobby. That's it!
Another idea:I bought this cute, wooden star hook from Wal-Mart in the craft section and painted it antique gold. I think next time I make a trip there I'll get a few more.

Then today I came across a great resource website called Feed Your Soul via one of my favorite blogs, How About Orange. They have free, printable downloads that you can save, print, and frame to your liking....just thought I'd pass it along! :) Here's the print I'm snagging for my nursery:So cute!

Anyone else have any good, low-cost ideas to decorate my gender neutral nursery? Please share! :)


Beth said...

All of it is so cute! I especially love the frame. :)

Beth said...

It looks very cute so far. I don't have any low cost ideas for a nursery since I've never decorated a nursery before, but if I come across anything cute I'll let you know. Can't wait to see the finished product.

Casey said...

Thank Beth C. and Beth T.


Alicia said...

cuteness! i found a fun print of birdies that'll match penelope's bedding... sweet!

after baby is here, i'm a big fan of scrapbook-paper-decopage (sp?) wooden letters... and it can be done very cheaply!

Casey said...

i almost forgot about the letter idea a, thanks! maybe i'll just buy the letters to spell both names and wait to hang them ;)

Mike and Molly Spivey said...

Thanks for checking out the blog on diapers! It is so easy and we really do enjoy it! Congrats on your little one - if you have any questions feel free to ask!

oh - my husband and I also went to Southern and he worked at UPS too - paid for 100% of the boys birth!!! It is a blessing!

Amanda said...

That frame is so cool! :)