I'm so EXCITED to be here and a great big THANK YOU to Holly for having me over!
I'm Kris from...Our Thrifty Nest of 7.
And these are my beautiful blessings...
Yep, all five of them. :)
He's been such a joy and I just recently finished his nursery.
The nursery is actually a room we made by dividing up one room. We decided to make a small nursery and the other side became a pantry off from our kitchen.
This little dresser was my first project in making a nursery. I purchased it back in 2009, and I've used it for several different purposes around the house. It was painted a tan color, nothing fancy.
It's a great size for the little nursery we just built.
I decided to spray paint it, Peek a boo blue by Krylon.
Doesn't that just sound cute?
The dresser itself cost me about $20, and really makes the nursery.
I didn't want a "theme" in the nursery. With this being our 4th boy...well I had done themes before. :)
We've done the airplanes, the jungle animals, and of course football.
I just wanted this nursery to be soft, neutral, and sweet.
We also didn't have too much to spend on it. ;)
It's a perfect soft neutral color, and it's just beautiful.
(I apologize for the pics, my "good" camera wouldn't upload pics, so I used the old one. Not a photographer, can you tell?)
The pictures I printed on our home printer, and found them from a free site...thehandmadehome.net
I love the colors.
Cute and simple...
This is the dividing wall between the nursery and pantry. Instead of finishing the drywall, my husband hung the beaded board instead.
It gives such personality.
The cute "Asher" sign is my favorite thing.
I just purchased the letters at Hobby Lobby along with craft paint.
I already had the twine and clothes pins. :)
CUTE! Simple! Easy! Thrifty! haha
Just some simple hems and tied up with turquoise ribbon.
The fabric I purchased at Hobby Lobby, and LOVE, LOVE these colors.
It looks fabulous next to the Worldly Gray paint color.
I've had bedding sets with all my other children.
After getting everything put together in here, I don't think it needs one really either.
The crib is a hand-me-down from my brother. Our daughter is still in her crib, so this was such a blessing to receive.
This nursery has been so much fun to do...
I think it really goes to show that sometimes less is more. :)
Thanks for joining me, and thank you again to Holly for having me over.