The One with Jane's Room!


Sunday, July 1, 2012

Jane's half of the nursery is finally done! The hand sanitizer dispenser was the last item to be placed, thereby completing the room. It's all about the finishing touches people :) So, without further rambling or adieu, here is Baby Jane's room!
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I've been hoarding frames, mirrors, canvases, wooden plaques, and more for a few months with plans to alter and place them on the wall. Mission accomplished!
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The butterfly chandelier mobile I made sits prominently above her crib.
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I love the Jenny Lind crib we got from Amazon. It's perfect! Mattress and ruffled crib skirt: Pottery Barn Kids. Yellow gingham bumper and mattress sheet: Amazon. Quilt: Grandma Carolyn :)
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For now Jane's baby quilt rests over the side. This will be the blanket that we use to cover her car seat when we go on outings.
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Custom made Boppy cover and pillow which are accents right now, they won't be in the crib once she's here.
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THE dresser :) Found on Craigslist.
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A birdcage filled with pom poms my little sister made.
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The central piece of the frame wall is from IKEA. I spray painted it raspberry pink and then hot glued ribbons across the back of it to accomodate hair clips.
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I made this owl canvas for a step-by-step photo tutorial for a project in Simply Handmade magazine a few years ago. I actually repainted the canvas a softer shade of yellow before hanging it up.
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I glued a piece of pink baker's twine into "love" on this canvas. Easy peasy!
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I spray painted this wooden oval plaque aqua, placed a girl silhouette template on top, painted over it gold, removed the template, and then added pearls to the neckline.
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These mini square canvases were painted and then on the green one I mod podged a doily on top and the other one I painted over a doily template.
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I got this cute business card from Dawn when she sent me a package of baby girl clothes. THANK YOU!
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More altered frames. I spray painted the light pink one, stitched some felt hearts to a piece of mint green cardstock, and that was that. The white frame has a piece of fabric inside. And the aqua frame holds a piece of yellow chevron paper that I made in Adobe Illustrator and printed out on photo paper.
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Ta da!
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On the west wall is Fox and Jane's baby stats in frames along with wooden letters. Jane's are made up for now and I'll replace it once she's born.
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Close up of the pom poms.
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Jane's clothes and shoes. I can't wait to have a little girl to dress up!
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Never in a million billion trillion quadrillion years did I think that our guest room/my scraproom would turn into a nursery with TWO cribs before we left California.
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My how life can change in a matter of three years!
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Okay Baby Jane, you can be born any day now, I'm ready for you!

42 comments

  1. Such a cute nursery! You did a great job Paige!

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  2. such a sweet & fun room with so much of your personal touches (: way to go!

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  3. You did a fabulous job. So adorable. Can't wait to hear how they like sharing...we have that happening in our house too. :)

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  4. simply stunning! I love all of the little, perfect details!

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  5. Her room is absolutely GORGEOUS! I love love love that wall of frames!!!!

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  6. Adorable!! I love the happy colors. Can't wait to see pictures of her.

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  7. Sooo lovely. i adore the frames on the wall.

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  8. Baby Jane will be the best-sdressed little girl in California!

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  9. OMG - this must be the CUTEST nursery in all of Southern California! I love the collage of frames. I so want to do that for my daughter once we can get settled again. Your kids are so lucky to have such an amazingly talented and crafty mom!!

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  10. I love those frames! Such a neat idea. My favorite is the canvas with love written in bakers twine, so clever!

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  11. The room looks beautiful! Great job!

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  12. cutest baby room! Wow, jane is a lucky girl! So many clothes. All of those frames are amazing!

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  13. Everything looks so amazing! And I still can't get over how gorgeous that butterfly mobile is...simply beautiful!

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  14. it looks beautiful, Paige! You will love having a little girl to dress up.

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  15. It looks incredible!! I love the hair bow frame!!

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  16. The room looks awesome, and just think, pretty soon Fox will be moving up into a big boys bed! Changes keep changing!!

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  17. oh my gosh sooooo cute!!! LOVE IT ALL!!!!!

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  18. The room looks so adorable!!! An I remember when it was a guest room!

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  19. this room is AMAZING!! Everything looks AMAZING!

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  20. You are so creative - I love it!

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  21. The wall of frames is beautiful!! I love all the colors and the fun shapes, and it looks amazing with her bedding and darling butterfly chandelier. Janes half of the room is so pretty and girly, but yet works perfectly with the Fox's very boyish half. Great blending of the colors!

    I can't wait to see pics of Jane, and of course can't wait to see the first layouts you make!!!

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  22. Wow! That Nursery is funky! Totally your style :) On the plaque, what did her Middle name say? I know it's made up, but I couldn't read it :) So you thought you would be all moved out of Cali before baby #2? When do you think you'll be moving?

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  23. Also, where did you get the idea to make the plaques?

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  24. It's amazing, Paige!! I love the canvas with the twine. Might be stealing that idea ASAP for my girls' room.

    P.S. The card you framed was just a stamp I bought from the Wanderlust, which is the store of http://www.ohhellofriendblog.com/ . I'm still super honored you framed it.

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  25. Awwww how sweet is that?!?!?!? I want a baby NOW just to decorate such a lovely sweet room :D Tine

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  26. love love it!! you did such an amazing job on everything! your frames are fabulous, i may use some of your great ideas! i love the double nursery, great job!! gorgeous!

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  27. jane is one lucky girl! can't wait to see both babies in that room. adorable!!!!!

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  28. Awesome. So retro. So crafty. So girly. So perfect.

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  29. You did such an AMAZING job! SOOOO in love with this! :-D

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  30. OH, Paige! You've done a fabulous job with Jane's side! LOOOOOVE those frames--and that dresser that you got is amazing! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

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  31. Wow! LOVE the wall of frames, chandelier & that dresser? To die for! Having 4 girls I'm in heaven!

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  32. What an adorable room! Your talent knows no bounds. & I am super jealous of your daughters wardrobe & shoe collection.

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  33. So cute! Love how you made it work for both a boy and a girl! That chandelier is amazing!!

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  34. Love the chandelier! Where did you find it?

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  35. Katie - I made the chandelier myself using craft supplies :)

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