Feathers Flights // Sewing Blog: Nursery Gallery Wall

11.07.2011

Nursery Gallery Wall

I finally put something up in Henry's room on the one wall I can put nails in. The door is on the right and one of his closets is on the left. You can see his elephant humidifier peaking out. This kid is so spoiled he's got two closets! J/K. When I show you the rest of the room you'll see how small it is! 
All the frames were hand-me-downs. All the blue ones used to be gold and I spray painted them.
From left to right: 1. A framed scrapbook sticker that says, "A boy's story is the best that is ever told." Charles Dickens. 2. Framed boots. (All the baby shoes are put up with safety pins and pushpins so they'll be easy to take down and use when Henry grows into them.) 3. Henry's blessing outfit framed. They are also put up with pushpins. 4. A framed scrapbook sticker that says, "You will always be my little boy." 5. Framed blessing shoes.
From left to right:  1. Framed frames. 2. Framed shoes. 3. Framed card that says "baby boy happiness." 4. Gift from a friend, see more below. 5. Framed shoes. I am leaving them in the package just in case I need a different size for Henry.
 Our good friends made this for Henry. It plays on a song for children from our church. It says, "I AM A CHILD OF GOD Henry Kevin, AND HE HAS SENT ME HERE September 26, 2011, HAS GIVEN ME AN EARTHLY HOME Salt Lake City, Utah, WITH PARENTS KIND AND DEAR Kevin and Heather. Isn't that sweet? We love it!
 I also now have a clock to help me get through the many times he needs to eat. It was $4 at Walmart. I took it apart. . .
 
And put on some scrapbook stickers. It doesn't really go with the jungle theme of the rest of the room, but I really like the cloud and plane. The sky's the limit!

3 comments:

  1. That is the exact clock I picked for you at Wal-Mart! Great minds . . . I like how you changed the clock. Way cute!

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  2. This is beautiful! What a lucky little boy. :)

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  3. Wow, that clock was such a great idea! I would have never thought of taking it apart and adding to it like that. Thanks for the inspiration :)

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