Design Inspiration

Dr. Seuss Gallery Inspiration

The Lorax Themed Nursery - Project Nursery

Have you been noticing that Dr. Seuss is everywhere right now? That’s because Dr. Seuss’ birthday was this past Sunday, and it’s become tradition to honor him and reading with kids at this time of year. […]


Children's Parties, Reader Favorites

Readers’ Favorite: Dr. Seuss First Birthday

Dr. Seuss First Birthday

Dr. Seuss gave us some of the most universally loved books in children’s literature, so why not build a party using these stories as the theme? We love how the food on the main party table reflects the titles of some of the most famous Dr. Seuss classics, especially those The Cat in the Hat cake pops. […]


Children's Parties, Top Projects

Vote: May Party Finalists

Madeline in Paris Party

Let’s hear it for the parties! Our gallery was filled with bright, bold colors, creative designs and clever themes. We’re lucky to have such talented readers here at Project Nursery. Our team had a blast viewing all the parties and, as usual, had a very hard time selecting our finalists. […]


Children's Parties, Party Supplies

Party Reveal: The Lorax, A Truffula-tastic Birthday Party

lorax theme birthday party

Planning a theme for my kiddos birthday parties is always a big to-do around here. I usually give my input on what I envision, and they are either totally on board and I get the green light or in this case my two-year-old had his own vision. “Mama, I wanna Loooowax Pawtee”—ah yes—a Lorax Party! […]


Do-It-Yourself, Party Supplies

DIY: Bear Pop Party Treats

Barbaloot Donuts 2

Have you seen The Lorax? Remember those silly, marshmallow-eating Barbaloot Bears? Well, here is my version of them—great for a party, class treat, rainy day project or playdate. You won’t believe how easy they are to make! […]


Baby Rooms, Design Reveal

Design Reveal: Modern Gray and Orange Nursery

Baby Boy Nursery

When we started working on this nursery, there were three elements that we needed to incorporate—the iconic Hicks Hexagon wallpaper that was already installed in the room, a vintage Dr. Seuss print that the parents-to-be owned, and they wanted to feature a family tree somewhere in the space. Tying together these three disparate elements with the parent’s desire for a