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Readers’ Favorite: Bonnie’s Sweet Baby Nursery

Hip, hip hooray for stripes! We love the way the soft pink stripes were incorporated onto the ceiling of this sweet blue and pink girl’s nursery, along with the beautiful stencil work above the crib. It’s elegant beyond words, and our readers loved it. Oh wait, we have to mention how those fabulous turquoise, red and green paper flowers give the room a perfect pop of color. Beautiful job!

Blue and Pink Girl's NurseryBonnie’s Sweet Baby Nursery by Laura@CornerHouse
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Sabrina is a mom of two girls, Dylan (7) and Charlotte (5), and an energetic toddler boy, Harrison (3). When she isn’t carpooling or cleaning up after the kids, she loves to entertain friends and family and enjoys nothing more than cooking with a glass of wine in hand.
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  • http://www.facebook.com/timothy.corners.7 Eunice Corners

    The paper flowers make me want to look up tutorials on how to do them! I think it’s one step up from paper pompoms and I am so ready to move beyond them.

  • Lisapeck

    I am betting that those paper flowers are easy to do, yet look at how they brighten up the room!

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  • Jillian Scotts

    Love the monogram! And yes, I agree, those paper flowers give the room its point of interest, at least in this picture.

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