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We were able to put the finishing touches on the room with a custom made name decal from Right on The Walls http://www.rightonthewalls.com
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: DecorateAK
Created: Feb 16, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 7
The Ronan bedding from Serena and Lily was my jumping off point. I loved the green paint--daring for me.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: thriftyandfabule...
Created: Jan 30, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 8
Almost everything in our 7yr old daughters room was purchased from Target or Craigslist.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: yaykarin
Created: Aug 19, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 7
My husband and I bought our first house when I was 6 months pregnant (I'm at 38 weeks now! = so you can imagine money was tight. My strategy was buy absolutely nothing until after the shower so that I only buy what I really need. Even after the shower gifts still trickled in from people who couldn't attend, out of towners, online purchases, etc. So once all arrived and I saw the holes I found ways to fill them on a budget.
Take a look at how at came out
Decor wise - only the crib and the nursery bedding set were new. I bought the rocker/gilder & the toy storage bench on Craigslist. Took some spray paint and clearance fabric from Walmart to give them a facelift.
Also, the curtains I bought in plain white from Kmart and gave them the same Walmart fabric treatment. And the wall decor I made using a pack of cardboard flowers as stencils. It was a pack of 12 for less than $3. I used them as a template for the paintings and the fabric cutouts, then painted the cardboards and stuck them on the walls as well.
The shelf was a lucky find on the street outside my neighbors house with a "free" sign. A little spraypaint, some shower gifts on top.
And as for her name I skipped Babies R Us' $6 per letter option (Jayelle has way too many letters for that and opted instead for a pack of foam sheets from Walmart for $5. I printed letters at home, used them as stencils and cut them out of foam.
The dresser/changing table was a hand me down that spray paint and $6 worth of new fixtures, and some leftover ribbon from a shower gift spruced up very nicely.
If you want to do it cheap, this is my suggestion. And I have to say, I'm still very proud of how it turned out. =
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: tigerlily0603
Created: Jul 8, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 10
My little girls, little nursery. I hand painted the flowers and choose colors that were muted yet pretty. Then I add lots of friends.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: tscheermom
Created: Jan 5, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 13
My daughter wanted a room makeover for Christmas and this is what I came up with. I used a few things that she already had and added new bedding and some new accessories.