When this artist contacted me to check out her Etsy store, I was blown away by her creativity. Amanda, of Ribbon Made, was sick of giving the same old baby gifts and set out to create some of her own. While browsing through her local craft store, she happened upon the ribbon aisle, and the rest is history. She fell
Dreaming of creating the ultimate princess nursery complete with a grand crystal chandelier? You will fall in love with the lighting designs by Jubliee Collection. Although I’ve become more of a modernist in my design aesthetic as my kids have grown, there was a day not too long ago when a crystal chandelier in the nursery was an absolute prerequisite. The entire look of my first daughter’s nursery was ultra feminine, shabby chic with a touch of glamour. My daughter still talks about the sparkly chandelier that used to hang in her New York nursery.
When mother of two Kim Reeves was put on bed rest for her 2009 pregnancy she took that opportunity to teach herself new crafts. Her new passion for hand-embroidery quickly became a favorite. What started as a hobby that would benefit her new arrival turned into Kim’s business Simply Adorable Kids. Kim’s business is an inspiration to all of us, and especially to those crafty moms who have found their inner designer…
Once you have kids, you’ll never think of storage the same way again. Attractive baskets and boxes are key for storing everything from extra blankets in the nursery to trinkets in the playroom. Style Lush blog Editor Elizabeth recently posted about her latest DIY for a nursery redux which includes a fabulous dust free invention: The chalk marker! Clean and
Daisy Barn Arts is the real deal. Wall decor that is totally original, 100 % handmade with a whimsical charm. Perfectly sweet and unique for the nursery. The story goes that when searching for baby gifts for friends Daisy Barn Arts creator Kristen White was frustrated by all the over-commercialized, mass produced art for kids. Having always had a passion
It entertains, it soothes, it’s fun to swing around while you look down at your child cooing with delight. So why are so many mobiles so unattractive? They are often plastic with a sleeve that reminds me of my jr. high hair “scrunchy”. The music lasts all about 3 seconds and well, it’s not even really that good. I personally