Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Something new, a pattern I have been wanting for while now! It is out of print and very hard to find.  I was able to find it through the Oliver + S forums. What a great bunch of ladies over there!

Something borrowed for the new nursery, Sweet pea's curtains. I moved our oldest son into Sweet pea's old room seeing it is the smallest in the house and her into his old room seeing it is big enough for both our babies in there. I repainted both rooms and I am still working on the decorating them. This is a sneak peak of the nursery now. Sorry that the picture is so dark. The walls really are a light color.

Something blue for our oldest son, a new room for him! I am very stumped on how to decorate his room. He is getting older so I want something that he will still like in a few months,lol. (one month cowboys now it's Pokemon) I do know that I want a desk under his cork board. I do like putting up the boys'  art work in all their rooms so I know that is one thing I will be doing.

I hope to be done with the all three bed rooms very soon but we'll see. The crib came in last week but one part was broke in the box so I am waiting on a new one to come in. I am going through all the kids toys and clothes and giving away everything that they have out grown and don't play with any more. That way they can find the ones they do like, like the missing Captain America shield barried in the botttom of a closet that my son had been searching for weeks, lol. It was as good as Chirstmas moring to him. :)  I sure am tired this week! 



  1. When Hugo was little I cut silhouettes of modern and vintage planes from black contact and randomly placed them on his walls and ceiling.
    I cut cloud shapes from clear contact(his walls were blue)and they were shiny when the light hit them.
    It didn't take the paint off if you were careful.

  2. What a great idea! I have not been able to decide what to do to make this a little more boyish. and it's not blue. :)


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