Spring Is Nigh --- T'is Time
To Spring Up Our Home!!!
***Springing Up The Nursery***
I've been wanting to redo a wall in Sia's nursery for a while now,
mainly for spring and to allow more room for hanging her coat's
and outfits around the nursery. So I did!! ;)) Here's my transformation
process~ Hope it inspires you to spring up some
SPRING within your home!!! *Chirp Chirp*!!
Before & After The Purple WALL!!
To begin, I wanted to add some fun letters to the wall,
so I decided on "Lil Sia".I went over to Michael's (can I say
I honestly know about 3ppl in the store now on first name basis..?
Shhhh, don't leak that out!!). I picked up some letters ON SALE in
the dollar bins (Those bins are the DEVIL!!) and some craft paper
with some pretty spring prints!! I wasn't planning on flowers but their
spring collection is amazing and so beautiful so
I snugged a few for around the house..
Artsy Items Needed
*Block Letters of your choice
*Craft Paper with prints of your choice
*Flowers or any other item's you'd
like to include to your wall
(In the picture below, I originally wanted to add ribbon
to the mix but I ended up not needing it at all so please ignore)
Ready for some spring transformation!?! Lets Craft!!
To begin, I layed out the letter's I needed, traced them out on
the white side of my craft paper and cut them out to shape. After
all my letter's where cut out to shape, I used my glue to spray the
blocks and carefully glued the paper cut outs accordingly. Be careful
during this process, do not allow the glue to sit over a min as it would
stick faster to the paper, try to place the cut out stencil right away when
glue is still wet, this way you can easily adjust the stencil to fit to
perfection before the glue hardens. After you've glued all your stencils on
to the blocks, you are practically halfway there...! The time frame to
complete this project really depends on your wording, or how many
letter's you need to upholster for your space ;))
I took all my letter's into the nursery and nailed them up to the wall
as I wanted. When I was happy with the placement, I took my flower's,
removed the flower buds off the stems, and simply used the push pins to
place them where I wanted alongside the letters.
AHHHH---How easy was that..?
I am VERY happy with the turn out and absolutely
LOVE Sia's new wall!! I added a simple touch of spring to
the nursery and all for under $15!!!
Have You Sprung Into Spring Yet..?
(It's a bit early -- but I'm SO ready!! )