Monday, March 12, 2012

Finally Finished

I finally finished my craft project that has been haunting me for the past six months.
I also managed to buy a crib skirt, iron the stupid thing, and put it on the crib.  Let me just say that I am completely opposed to ironing bedding, but it came out of the dryer so wrinkled that I had to.  I think I will never wash it again so I don't have to iron it once more.
Anyway, those were the two things I needed to do in order to consider the nursery finished.  Now that it is "finished" I will post a nursery tour later this week.
Speaking of finished...does anyone have a good suggestion on how to attach paper mache letters to the wall?  They are very light, but are going above the crib so I would prefer they not fall on the baby.
-Kira

10 comments:

  1. i can't wait to see the whole thing!

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  2. SO CUTE! Great job! Can't wait to see it!

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  3. Lots and lots of sticky tack. Adorable, by the by...

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  4. Oh that's cute.
    Was that just glue gunning work?

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  5. I think you should velcro them on. You can buy tough sticking velcro and attach them.
    can't wait to see the whole room!

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  6. This is adorable!!! Great job!!

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  7. oh, yay! i can't wait for the nursery tour!

    the letters look great, kira! pearl's lucky to have such a creative mama ;)

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  8. They look AMAZING. I can't wait to see the whole nursery! I'd suggest using the Command 3M picture hanging strips....they can hold quite a bit of weight (so the paper mache letters will be easy) and don't hurt your walls!

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  9. Yay so glad you finally finished it! the letters turned out super cute and yeah there is probably no real reason for you to ever have to wash it again...unless Pearl gets really creative! :) I'd hang the letters with some needles, that's how we hang a lot of really lightweight things and it doesn't leave huge holes in the walls. Jeremy can lightly tap (the ends break easily when hammering to hard) the needle in while you hold the letter where you want it so it basically is resting on the needles. Does that make sense?

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