One can dream so much better in a room where there are pretty things.
– L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables
It’s a slow process getting this nursery finished. I tell you the truth: it’s easier to keep my house clean with a preschooler than to do DIY projects around a baby’s nap time. Whew!
But I finally finished her gallery wall, really it’s just a collection of some pretty things I found that I love. And I feel like it continues the theme of her woodland nursery.
Some of these items were in the original design board and I fell in love with them probably almost a year ago when I was planning this room. They’ve been sitting in the closet for a long time now, patiently waiting for me to hang them on the wall.
The biggest hold up was that I had collected a few things, but it just needed something more. When I put everything on the floor to figure out placement, I felt like it was missing something.
So, I made the sweet little moss and flower initial to round out the collection. Tutorial coming soon! (You may be wondering what “S” stands for since I call her “Baby G.” It’s her first initial, since “G” stand for “girl.” 🙂 )
I also am glad to have Baby G’s 5 month pictures back so that I could frame one on the wall. (I printed this on my home printer while I wait for the actual prints to come. Photo by Amanda Owens Photography.) I love her little expression in this one!
My sweet baby girl. I can’t believe that she’s almost 6 months old. Where has the time gone?!?
I purposefully don’t show much more than the gallery wall. And I took things off of the night stand below.
I’m not quite ready for the full room reveal, but it’s coming soon. I have one more DIY project planned and then I’ll be ready. I hope. Finger’s crossed!
I’ll Eat You Up canvas – Hobby Lobby
Be Brave print – Etsy: CharmAndGumption
Wooden Antler Art with Felt Flowers – Etsy: Peabody & Sassafras
Hexagon Shelf – Hobby Lobby
Moss and Flower Initial – DIY tutorial coming soon!
Here’s hoping I can finish this room before she turns a year old!
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