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February Project Gallery Winners

Is it the end of the month already? I can’t believe we are wrapping up February and hopefully heading into spring already. Our readers came out in full force this month to help us select our new Project of the Month winner. As usual, it was a very close race, but two projects pulled through claiming the new title of Project of the Month. Congratulations to momtotwins, party project winner, and to makabee, room project winner. You will both receive a $50 Visa gift card from Project Nursery. Thank you to all our readers and finalists who helped pick this month’s winner.

Chinese New Year Baby Shower by momtotwins
Paula, of Frog Prince Paperie, says “This party’s rich look, with its deep reds and golds, leaves me wanting more…pictures! The nod to the children’s Chinese heritage interwoven with the party decor is simply stunning .”
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Rory’s Light and Cheerful Nursery! by makabee
Adrienne, of Project Nursery, says “As much as I love modern prints and bold colors, the powdery hues in this nursery make me smile. The nursery looks so fresh and inviting.”
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Interested in participating this March? Finalists are selected by our contributors and revealed on the 3rd Monday and Tuesday of each month—March 19th and 20th are next. Upload your own projects to our Project Gallery now to enter!

5 Comments

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    oh I am so excited!! Thank you to everyone who voted. We’re going to have to think of something really fun to get Rory with the prize :) She is 5 days old today and we are just soaking in her awesomeness already.

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    Also, the other nurseries were so great. I wouldn’t have been surprised at ANY of them winning!

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    it’s a gray/blue/green depending on the lighting and room entirely. I had Sherwin Williams color match it to Restoration Hardware’s Silver Sage.

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    Congrats to you and welcome Rory!! Gorgeous room! I actually have what looks to be the same color in my boys’ nursery and I love it. It’s great for a neutral nursery then you can jazz it up with accent colors (in my case, blue). All the best to you

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