Tuesday, August 10, 2010

It's Definitely HER Room!

Hi Crafty Friends! Our Little One is having a heck of a time with teething, right now. She is definitely not her sweet, little precious self. She is also going through the 9 month stage of, "I want my mommy to hold me all the time and NEVER leave my sight!" She is absolutely a huge BLESSING and I LOVE her dearly, but I have decided that I am permanently changing the Little One's nickname from Our Little Pickle Princess to...
Our Little Stinkerbella! It's cute and right now totally has the "stinker" part right!

There are a few things that I have been wanting to do in her room, and one includes getting her name up on the wall. Well, this week I finally got it up. (This has been something I have been working on for at least a month! In fact, if you look at the picture of my desk/door at the top of the blog you will see where I painted the letters white and had them out to dry.)
My Super Duper friend Shannon bought these for the Little Stinkerbella, and I started by painting them white. Next, I used a Me and My Big Ideas paper stack that had a Hawaiian feel to it, and a "little" flower punch. I used a different sheet of paper for each letter, and must have punched out thousands of flowers. I really should have used my trusty Cricut! My hand was killing me the next day! :)
I used Mod Podge to adhere the little flowers, but I didn't put a coat on top because I liked the textured look.
When I was finished with that LONG task (and after they dried) I cut ribbon and adhered them on the back with tacks.
The tan heart knobs used to be blue, but since there is no blue in Stinkerbella's room we spray painted them with Primer {Thanks Shannon!} and then sprayed them tan to match some of the Hawaiian leaves on her bedspread.
I think it turned out pretty cute! The "S" was a little low, but we fixed that later. I may still add a big flower to some of the letters, but haven't decided yet?!
I had 2 more of the heart knobs so I hung them above her crib, and then hung a couple of little costumes from them!
 Next, I want to paint her room (I know, I should have done that first, but I don't always do everything the easy way...I do it the "Crafty" way)! Thanks for stopping by :)
p.s. I promise I am STILL working on the blog candy! I have 6 of the 14 almost done!

9 comments:

Kim said...

Aw, how precious! I love it!!!!
Just wait until she is 2!!!! You'll be changing her nickname again...
Blessings,
Kim xXx

Debbie said...

aww this is so pretty and cute I just love all that you did she is a very lucky little princess and your a great mommy thanks for sharing Debbie @http://craftydeb-ddscrafts.blogspot.com

scrappingfrog said...

So cute! Great job and thanks 4 sharing!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Oh how cute is this... AWESOME and yes yo should have used your cricut! It would take a week for my hand to stop hurting after all that punching!!! TFS

CraftyGirl said...

Wow!! that is a lot of punching!! But totally worth it! It turned out fabulous and will make such a sweet decoration in her room!!
Barb :)

Sue said...

Precious job; wish I had a grand daughter, but my 4 boys are a blessing.

Linda S said...

What a beautiful room!! Lucky little stinkerbella!!

Leah said...

Kristy! Ok so I am never on at night but popped on for a bit before I go out of town and am w/o a computer for a bit..so I was excited to ready your comment and to come search you out and find what special things we have in common..Well, I already look forward to keeping track of you and hopefully getting to know you! Maybe sometime we can share our adoption stories together! I always LOVE hearing the stories and still get goose bumps sharing my story (even almost 6 years later!!!)
Congrats on our top 3! how cool!
Ok gonna go so this isn't too embaressingly long...LOL!
Hugs, Leah

sucor said...

These are just so cute! Thanks for sharing!