I had so much fun putting Molly’s nursery together. I procrastinated like crazy, but I got it done with a little over a month to spare! Most everything in the room was DIY’d and thrifted. I scored the vintage chalkboard for $5 and the classic Jenny Lind style crib for $40. I painted it blue. The frames and clipboards are also from thrift or antique stores. The four prints on the chalkboard were purchased for $5 from Ivie Baby shop on Etsy. They were buy one get one free downloads and I printed them off onto cardstock. The other prints were free downloads found on Pinterest or things I already had around the house. The red, pink, and blue floral prints were cut from a Rifle Paper Company poster I purchased for $4.50 at a shop in Atlanta. Jeremy made the changing table and stained it to look rustic. We still need to add hardware. (Story of our lives..) The laundry basket came from Wal-Mart for $12.99 I believe. The red gingham tray is vintage as well as the flash cards that are attached to it. Amanda Wells hand painted the wooden sign in the middle. I’m using an old milk crate given to me by an aunt to store the diapers in. I love the muslin crib sheet from Little Unicorn. It’s called Watercolor Rose. I purchased the pink and red gingham rug from cafepress.com. It was one of the only things I spent much money on just because I wanted that pop of red gingham to give it that vintage vibe. Daddy bought the rocking chair for mama when I was born. I painted it since it was an outdated shiny stain. The quilt hanging on the side was made from mama’s shirts by my sister-in-law April. It’s very special to have that part of her in the nursery. Molly’s middle name is Joyce, after my mother, and she was also born on my mother’s birthday! I bought the vintage wardrobe for $25 probably 8 years ago. It was in my bedroom before I got married and is one of the first thrifted pieces I ever purchased. I still love it! The vintage pink basin on top was a gift from my sister from the County Living Fair a few years ago. The other pink storage bin is actually an old refrigerator drawer that was given to me by a fellow thrift lover. Lovely little dresses. Her makeshift closet!The basket is from Hobby Lobby. I got it half price for $35. I love using it for all of her blankets. The cream crocheted one near the bottom was mine.
The teddy bear was Jeremy’s most loved toy as a toddler, and it’s obvious from the wear and tear! The dresses were mine as a baby. Mama or my Granny Day made the first one. I wore it home from the hospital and so did Molly. I’ve got my hospital bracelet in the mason jar along with the crocheted booties I wore. I’m so glad mama was sentimental and kept so many of my things! I hope you enjoyed hearing what all went into my sweet little girl’s room! I hope she loves being in it as much as I do.