The finished “Oh Bear Bundle” nursery
As I came up with the idea of creating the baby room bundle product my husband and I found out the exciting news that we were expecting Baby #2! I knew right away that the new nursery would be based on one of my kits.
I decided to make all of the artwork for the room to save money and also because I just enjoy making projects like that. I have the tutorial for the woodland creatures as my last blog if you want the details on how to make your own set. The sign above the dresser was just a wood blank I bought at Michael’s and I stenciled the words onto with black paint. I made the stencil with my Silhouette cameo and contact paper and lots and lots of mod podge to seal the edges first. Finally the bunting is something I’m going to sell in my shop so you can purchase one from me for a great price, sorry no tutorial on that! I need some secrets to keep to myself. 🙂
I also made the pillow for the chair and that’s a tutorial on my blog as well. I will be adding similar pillows to my online shop too so if you don’t sew but want the look I’ll have them for you for an affordable price.
The ottoman is something I had found on clearance at Target when my first son was born but we didn’t end up using it since his rocking chair came with one. The only change I made to that was to paint the honey colored wood legs with my charcoal chalk paint I already had laying around the house.
The curtains were a Homegoods find that I bought originally for my first son’s room and then realized that I needed another set since his new room has 2 windows (darn pregnancy brain!). It worked out fine in the end because they looked great with this room. The curtain rod is from overstock.com which is another favorite online home shopping website of mine.
Both light fixtures were Target purchases from the room essentials collection. Great budget friendly items!
Finally the wall stencil is from Stencilit on Etsy. This was my first attempt at stenciling and it turned out to be pretty easy and I absolutely LOVE the results. If you want to know my paint colors you’ll have to buy the kit. I make sure to include at least 5 or 6 options so you can decide what you like best for your home and lighting conditions.
Here is the final look: