Hana Lynch, of The Mom Tog Diaries, took a pink sweater that she had as an infant and framed it for her daughters' (Halle's and Ella's) room. The easy DIY project cost only a few dollars and would be an amazing addition to any nursery.
Ruthie Hart, of The Chronicles of Ruthie Hart, created a gray, white, blue, and yellow color scheme that's echoed in this wall's vignette of framed art. A Ford car emblem, acquired at a car show, doubles as decoration for her baby's name.
Sophie Appleby, of Her Library Adventures, designed this colorful wall art vignette for daughter Tallow's nursery. The collection includes an ultrasound photo of her little one at 20 weeks (lower left). There's even a note (center right) that her doctor sealed in an envelope to reveal whether Appleby was having a boy or girl.
Christine Black, of Pretty in Prints, hung curlicue, laser-cut wooden frames on the nursery wall of her son, Averey. She then added details to the center of the wall with wooden letters and numbers and photos of animal silhouettes that she printed.
Amanda Kingloff, of our Everyday Fun blog, designed a crafty, adorable nursery for son Oliver. Her mom and friends knitted multicolored pennants to create this DIY bunting.
This simple caterpillar triptych (which can be made with paint and blank canvas) fits right at home in an orange and blue nursery.
This set of 17 elephant decals in varying sizes, shades, and patterns is too adorable to resist. Their neutral shade complements any color scheme. ($39, PotteryBarnKids.com)
This adorable handmade monogram is a cute-as-a-button addition to any nursery ($65, Etsy.com).
Inspired by an antique mirror, this pinboard made with hand-carved wood, line, and corkboard is the perfect item to showcase baby mementos ($399, RHBabyandChild.com).
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