This is the most I can get on camera at once.
To the left, as you enter, is the changing table with the framed Thumbelina pages.
Lamp close up–can you see me in the reflection? 🙂
Next to that is the nursing/reading/rocking chair. I’m looking forward to many book-reading sessions here! You can also see my candle nightlight contraption on the wall.
The view from the chair. There I am again in the reflection.
You’ve seen the buttonbeak wall art numerous times, but here it is again along with the sunshine, and mobile.
In the crib: upcycled rose pillow, black apple doll, and adorable crocheted hedgehog!
We’re almost through!
But first, check out this fun owl I found at goodwill! It’s made out of nails, metal sheets, and wire! I love it!
And we’re done.
Hope you enjoyed the tour!
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We had the crib, changing table, and chairs. With the help of my trusty can of white spray paint, I was able to reuse a lot of stuff I had in the garage from my Goodwill shopping adventures and make all of the artwork on my own.
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