Yesterday I ended Mary Claire’s bedroom redo here. You can see the first part of the transformation here. The interesting thing about this room is that it needed to be grown up, but yet not completely leave my daughter out. Sure she is moving onto adult life, but she still needed to feel like this was her room. I really like the way it has turned out, fresh, comforting and updated.
I wanted to show you some cute accessories I made for little to no money.
It was a great moment when the idea came to me that I could reuse the patchwork board. I tore off the paper and covered it with a green polka dot fabric.
The Dream pillow was made by wrapping fabric around a roll of quilting batting. The ends were drawn together with a ribbon and glued closed. I used my Cricut machine to cut out the word “dream” from iron-on vinyl.
(pic vialovestitched) I was inspired to recreate these pretty butterflies.
I had an old shadow box frame from a project I did years before, a butterfly punch and of course, some pretty papers. I wrapped the back with tan fabric. Then attached the paper butterflies with adhesive dots. I think folding the wings and using the dots to raise them off the back gives the project a bit of dimension.
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