Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Baby's nursery

When I saw this fabric
I wanted to use it somehow in the nursery for our new baby. However, I don't know if I'm up for making a bumper pad cover and crib skirt again, it was a lot of work! But I was thinking I could use those colors and use that fabric for accents around the room. But now I have also found this crib set at Walmart.com for a killer price and I am starting to reconsider the whole plan of the room. What do you think?

13 comments:

stephanie said...

get the one from walmart. it is totally cute and cheap and requires no work.

maybe you can use that darling fabric for the girls room when the baby is out of the crib.

the MomBabe said...

I vote NO WORK.

Tori :) said...

I vote cheap and no work. Definitely.

Abbie said...

I love the walmart one too. You could even keep the china doll theme with other accessories - maybe some fans on the wall or something. Don't you have china accessories from your master bedroom in your provo house?

Chel said...

Wow, I would have never guessed such a cute one from Wal-Mart. Snatch it up now!!!

BTW- It was totally fun hanging out with you on Enrichment night. We need to have a swim party soon!! Kari says she's in. :)

oh yeah, and my blog is private, so I'll send you an invite.

Lauren said...

I say buy the fabric and frame it. It would be darling and virtually no work.

michelle said...

I agree with Lauren, maybe a pillow or blanket with the fabric.

Emily said...

Ditto Abbie.

Liam's Mom - Gina said...

Awesome print! I agree with Michelle and Lauren.

Nancy Face said...

That fabric is super cute! :)

I've done both...the crib set I made gave me a lot of satisfaction, and I loved it. But it was TONS of work! The set I bought for my youngest child fit the crib better...and it was instant satisfaction! If you ask me, I'd say cheap and cute and NO WORK is the best way to go! :)

Jillsywillsy said...

Because I am so home-decor-retarded, I have no advice. I just want to know how your "birthday present" is working out. ;)

Michelle said...

How do you always find such cute things for so cheap you need to teach me the tricks.

Tori :) said...

Ooh- framing it is a great idea if you really want to use that fabric. I did that before and it was super cute.