Finally I managed to put together the room decor for the nursery which has been transformed to baby room since she is in the crawling stage now. It took more than 1 year to finish, sounds like forever to me specially when we had to deal with the mess of changing the flooring. Actually I don’t think it’s ever finished … before I know, she will need big girl bed and the decor will be changed.
This post summarizes the DIY projects I did before, I put the link to the previous posts so it’s easy for you to find the tutorials… Enjoy!
Here is the link: DIY wall mural
Here is the link: Alphabet Wall Decor
Here is the link: Crochet Koala Initial Sign
Here is the link: Crochet Flower planter
Here is the link: Curtain
Here is the link: Embroidery Hoop Art
Hopefully it brings inspiration.
Do you like collecting plastic or glass containers? I do, chobani yogurt container is among them. I usually use it for flower and vegetable seedling before transplanting to the garden. Looking from its shape, it pretty much resembles the flower planter which brought this idea of making mini flower and planter for my baby’s room decoration.
I used single crochet following the shape, just add or reduce the count whenever needed.
The original flower pattern is found here, but I modified mine by adding rows to get bigger flower.
For the stem I did chains to wrap the wire then attached it to the flower.
I don’t have pattern for the leaves, they all are vary in shapes and sizes, basically just round oval pattern.
Attach and assemble the flower into the planter.
I’m sure you’d agree with me that Pinterest is a fantastic source for ideas and inspirations. I could spend hours just looking at tons of pictures there, well that’s before I have my little M … now I’d be lucky to be able to visit it once a day :). There was a pin in home decor section using embroidery hoop for wall decor, the inspiration for my project to make DIY wall decor for my baby’s room, so here it is hopefully it inspires you too!
1. Attach the fabric background onto the hoop. I used plain creamy fabric to get vintage look.
2. Print & cut the letters, trace & cut the felt.
3. Stitch the felt letters to the fabric.
4. Satin Peonies.
You can find many videos in youtube about how to make fabric flower with this technique. To get a nice layer I used more than 1 color, cut them in 3 diameter sizes, cut the edge into 5 parts, slightly burn it, then stack them together and secure by stitches. I made these flowers last year, actually I was thinking to make them as headband, so I don’t have photos showing details step by step, sorry :(.
5. Cute butterfly
To add contrast to the pink color theme I used aqua blue scrap fabric from last batik project, wire for the wing frame, and crocheted gray yarn for the body.
6. Put all together.