One of the most exciting things about having a baby (at least it was for me!) was preparing a special room. And although I didn't know my baby's gender I had some things that could work either way. If I had the chance to do it all over again, a lot of my room decor would involved stamping.
Here is an EASY alterable project you can recreate....
I started with a plain wall mountable shelf. It was white to start of with some that made the surface very easy to work with. I stamped the "baby" and "girl" sentiments using Noir Black Palette ink. Then I stamped the sheep on white labels using Pitch Black by Ranger. I coloured the sheep in with Copic makers and then cut them out, peeled off the back and stuck them on. The ribbon is from the Noteworthy collection by Making Memories. I adhered that with a hot glue tool.
-Baby Love (Kim Hughes Collection) by CHF
-"Girl" from Making the Grade (Kim Hughes Collection) by CHF
-Noir Black Palette
-Pitch Black by Ranger
-Ribbon (Noteworthy Collection) by Making Memories
-Hot Glue tool
It took me 45 minutes to take a "large" photo of this. Unfortunately when I upload it, even though it is set on the large setting it still shows up as small on the screen. Click it for a larger version.
Hope you are having a terrific day. The sun is out (which is a miracle for us!) so we are out BBQing a late lunch.