Upcycling a globe into a lamp

Who knew that upcycling a globe into a lamp was possible?! This is such a creative way to add a globe to any room. I really like this, but I haven’t yet decided on whether I’d like to recreate my own version of this DIY project, or if I’d like one of those illuminated globes to serve as the nursery’s night-light. They’re pretty cool and have a nice glow to them, but they can be pricey, ranging anywhere from $50-$100 {Read More}

Mod Podge It

What a cute idea! I use Mod Podge with my art students all of the time when making mosaics. The “glossy” version looks best on mosaic-like projects, because it coats the outside with a shiny, finished look. For this type of project, “matte” Mod Podge would be more appropriate. I found this mod podge project HERE at Ohdeedoh. I like their suggestion of using extra fabric that you may have lying around from a previous project…which I have PLENTY of. Just another craft {Read More}

Reverse Stencil Dresser

I love DIY projects! I’m a crafty gal, and hand made items bring so much more of a personal touch and love to a space. This idea, using a reverse stencil technique, is pretty clever and it looks great. I love this image of the ship, too…and could definitely see myself doing something like this for a boy. Musings explains the steps taken to achieve this reverse stencil dresser here.

Decorating the nursery with wooden embroidery hoops

Here is some inspiration on decorating the nursery with wooden embroidery hoops. I’ve found 2 really creative and adorable uses for the hoops. I can’t wait to add these ideas to my Tator-Tot’s room. The framed fabric hoops look extremely simple and add that extra pop of color that the room may be missing overall. It’s also a popular trend that I’ve seen popping up A LOT during my online surfing sessions. It’s nice to think that the most time {Read More}