We are finally done with the nursery, and I can’t tell you how much we love the end result!
When designing our nursery, we had three goals.
First, the room had to be gender neutral. (We were adamant about not finding out the baby’s sex.)
Second, we wanted it to be Disney themed.
If you stop here, essentially, this was an easy task. We could have gone the direction of Mickey & Friends or Disneyland themed. Anything that just threw out a variety of characters and fun colors would have done it.
Okay – I have to gush. First, let me say that I’m not being paid to say this. This post wasn’t sponsored. I was just so impressed with the Cricket Crate Newborn Pack that I wanted to share this with everyone I know.
Everyone who is having a newborn or knows someone who is having a new bundle coming their way soon should get this kit.
Let’s start at the beginning and I’ll explain why.Read More »
July was a crazy busy month for our household! We’ve been wrapping up projects and getting our lives ready for Baby Lawrence to arrive. When I say “getting our lives ready,” I mean, the car seat is installed, diaper stations organized, and the guest room is set up for post-partum recovery. The last thing on our list is stocking our freezer with premade meals. Have a favorite recipe? Let me know!
Let’s take a look back at the fun stuff from July!
Cricut + Screen Printing = Magic!
I couldn’t believe how easy it was to create these adorable onesies using a screen printing kit and vinyl designs cut from my Cricut. You have to check this out!Read More »
I have to be honest. This project was really intimidating for me. I don’t know if it was because screen printing, on the surface, seems really complicated or the fear of ruining materials that aren’t cheap or disposable. However, I have to tell you. Screen printing is much easier than it appears and it was so fun. I’m already planning all kinds of projects!
For years, I’ve wanted to try screen printing and finally decided to dive in. I bought the Speedball Intermediate Screen Printing Kit on Amazon for about $35 and dreamed up simple but useful projects to teach myself how to use it. Obvious answer: onesies for our baby. I mean, baby needs to have fun and clever things to wear, right?