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Easy DIY Projects for Shabby Chic Nurseries and Kid's Rooms
Designing a Shabby Chic nursery? Time to get your DIY on!
Vintage glam meets homemade charm in this adorable round up of easy and inexpensive nursery projects. Choose your favorite, or try your hand at all of them! From delicate wall-art to clever and attractive storage ideas, you'll find the inspiration you need to help make your Shabby Chic nursery or kid's room one-of-a-kind.Continue to 2 of 13 below.
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No-Sew Bed Canopy
A curved shower-curtain rod makes for an inexpensive and easy-to-install bed canopy for a sweet little girl’s room. See how this clever, no-sew project came together over at The Lily Pad Cottage.Continue to 4 of 13 below.
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Crystal Nursery Mobile
Looking for more DIY mobile ideas? Check out this round-up of our favorites!Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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Shabby Chic Rag Rug
Made from a non-skid mat and odds and ends of spare fabric, this scrappy little floor rug couldn’t be more adorable! All you need is a latch hook tool and a little patience.Continue to 6 of 13 below.
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Fabric Fringe Bunting
Scraps of pretty, floral fabric and lace come together to make colorful nursery bunting project. Simply cut assorted fabrics into long strips and tie onto a piece of twine, slightly staggering the length of each piece as you go.Continue to 7 of 13 below.
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Shabby Chic Storage Jars
Repurposed drawer pulls give these hand-painted mason jars vintage charm. Create your own collection and use them to organize your toddler’s hair bows and jewelry.
Spotted on Lolly Jane.Continue to 10 of 13 below.
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Fabric Hoop Art
Looking for inexpensive wall art? Create colorful wall hangings using fabric scraps and inexpensive embroidery hoops. Want to take the cuteness factor up a notch? Try sewing on buttons, crystals, flowers and other pretty charms!
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Create space-saving under-the-bed storage with Shabby Chic flair! All you need is a couple of vintage, thrift-store suitcases, a can of pretty pastel paint, and a few cheap sets of caster wheels.Continue to 12 of 13 below.
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With a few thrift-store doilies, a beach ball and a little Mod Podge, you can create this fabulous lace lamp for less than $5! As if that wasn't fantastic enough, the finished product casts gorgeous lacy shadows on the wall for a look that's as romantic as it is chic.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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DIY Glam Chandelier
Can’t afford a crystal chandelier for you baby’s bedroom? Create your own! You won’t believe what a coat of paint and a few pretty bits and bobs can do for a cheap thrift-store find!
Want more tips on going glam for less? Check out these money-saving ideas!