Do-It-Yourself, Tips & Trends

7 Tips on How to Photograph Your Nursery

How to Photograph Your Nursery

We’ve been preparing for another nursery photo shoot, and after shooting so many nurseries over the years, it has become second nature to us to style a nursery so that it looks good in photos. […]

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Giveaways

Giveaway: MyPublisher $250 Credit

MyPublisher Photo Book

Living in the digital photography age means that we have an embarrassment of riches when it comes to photos of our kids. […]

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Tips & Trends, Wall Decor

Family Photo Walls

Family Photo Wall

As a mother of four children, I am acutely aware of how fast “time flies.” Trying to keep the photo frames updated through the years seems impossible. When we recently were updating our family room, I wanted to create photo walls that embraced our family lifestyle. I cannot tell you how much fun looking at photos can be!

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Room Tours, Tips & Trends, Videos

How to Photograph Your Nursery

Vibrant-Nursery

Today we are sharing tips on how to get the best pictures of your nursery or child’s room on Project Nursery’s YouTube Channel. Please share any of your favorite photography tips below, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel. We look forward to bringing you new content every week. […]

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Children's Books, Clothing, Giveaways

Giveaway: The Sweet Rhino Album and Onesie Stickers

sweetrhino

The Sweet Rhino is a lovely Etsy shop that creates handcrafted memory books and onesie and belly stickers perfect for documenting all those milestones. One lucky Project Nursery reader will win your choice of one set of either belly stickers or onesie stickers AND a handcrafted album from The Sweet Rhino. […]

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Do-It-Yourself, Holidays

DIY: Santa’s Photobooth Christmas Cards

Photobooth Props for Christmas Card

A few weeks ago, I wrote about some fun Christmas Card ideas, and I fell in love with one in particular! Our cards have always been more formal—with a traditional family picture and closeups of the kiddos. This year I wanted to mix it up a bit and make our card more fun and playful. After all, 2012 was that

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