I am seriously so excited to make over my daughter’s room. The possibilities are endless for what I can do, even for a very small room. As usual, I was browsing Pinterest for ideas and I came across many ideas using yarn pom poms. I was drawn to one yarn art in particular that used a branch with yarn pom poms tied to it. I decided to make my own version. Here is the final product.
My little lady turned 2 in February. And if I remember right, her big brother started to try to climb out of his crib at 2 1/2 years old. Seeing as the little lady performs all her own stunts, I am anticipating she will be ready to start escaping her crib in the next few months so I am gathering ideas and inspiration for her toddler girl room makeover.
Before I had kids, I longed to have my house littered with toys. Tons of them. All over the place. Because they are adorable and cute and I wanted to play with them, too. And because it meant I was a mama. Now that I am 5 1/2 years into this parenting business, the toys have reached a level of critical mass. Its bananas. Some clever toy storage was needed.
Our bedroom really needed something in the corner between the long, low dresser and the bedside table. The only problem was, I really had no clue what to put there. It was too small for a chair or bench and it really needed to have some height. So I didn’t put anything there for months and months. Until today. I had this idea to build a quick, rustic blanket ladder with wood that I already had on hand.
It has happened. Apparently, I have caught the planking bug. I thought that planking two walls in the downstairs bathroom would be enough. I was wrong. Must.plank.all.the.walls.