Tuesday, May 1, 2012

DIY Nursery Wall Art

My friend Kim has a new baby girl and created the cutest wall art for her baby nursery.  Here is a perfect DIY project to create beautiful and low cost art work for your baby boy or girl nursery.
She found lots of cute paper and used hole punch-outs and shapes to put these designs together.  I love the above bird wall art above and how it turned out!  I love the layering of the paper and the colors that were used.

 She also created a "I Am a Child of God" framed artwork and used many of the same paper that is used in the other frames.  I love the colors here as well, this would be perfect for both a boy and girl room. 
I love this elephant design with balloons.  So fun and playful, it looks like she used paper for pretty much every piece of this wall art even from the balloon strings.  I like how she put this art piece together, the colors stand out and look great.
Ta da!!!! Look how great these turned out.  They still needed to be put in their frames, but how cute for her new baby girl.  These will look amazing in her baby nursery. 


  1. love the wall art so cute Following back from the Reflexions blog hop,

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  3. Those turned out sweet!! Great idea :)

    Thanks for linking up for WW :D

  4. Oh my gosh, these are so adorable! They look like something that would be sold in Target! Very creative :)

    Your blog is super cute too!

    Thanks for stopping by Theresa’s Mixed Nuts

    I am following back :)

  5. Ack! These are awesome! I am not crafty at all, but this makes me wish I was...

  6. That is so adorable. Following you back! :)

  7. Wow! She did an amazing job with these! I have stacks of paper that I thought I would do something with, but every time I pull it out I get overwhelmed. :P

  8. Ahhh the elephant one is so cute. Thank you for joining in our book club. Of course I'll follow you....how else will be stay in contact. I can't take credit for the dress...it was a guest post from my good friend Jen at Sunny Vanilla. She'll be thrilled with the feedback though.
    Rosie xx

  9. Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog. Yours is super cute!!! I really like the design...however, I don't have kids yet, so it doesn't yet have my full attention. You're off to a very good start with your blog. Good Luck!


  10. I love these!! I don't have a baby right now. My youngest is almost 3! But, I do have quite a few pregnant friends that would love these, too! Great blog! =)

    Following you from the Welcome Wednesday blog hop.

  11. What a beautiful blog. I'm happily following you back :)

  12. These are adorable! We are going to be moving soon, so this will be a perfect time to redecorate my son's room. So happy to find your blog for some ideas!
    Thank you for reading and commenting on my blog!

  13. So cute! This would be so fun to make for my sister-in-law who is due this fall. Visiting from the Tuesday Blog Hop (a day late) :)

  14. Oh, so sweet and I just love those colors!! Thanks for dropping by Happy Hour Projects, following you now!


  15. Those are so sweet.


  16. Clever and so pretty! Thank you for stopping by my place! I'm following you now!
    Barbara @ Chase the Star

  17. These are so cute!!! Such great nursery art! I'm a new follower also- glad to have found you. Thanks for visiting me!

  18. These are so cute. Love them. Thanks for sharing. :)

  19. haha i LOVE kim!!!! she always has such cute ideas!

  20. so cute!! love these - wish I was more talented!! :)


  21. Good job! Looks great, I like how it covers the wall in 3D.

  22. I really like this project. How did you cover them in plastic (wrap) and why?

    1. Hi Ruth, the plastic wrap was from the store. the art wasn't in the frame by that point


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