Cutting Edge Stencils Shares Stenciled Nursery Ideas!
Good Morning, my DIY mamas and papas! Cutting Edge Stencils would like to be the first to congratulate you on your newest addition to the fam. Now that your ride is officially sporting a Baby On Board sticker, we’re sure you’ve noticed that these adorable little bundles can cost a fortune. A crib, the bedding, a changing station, diapers to fill the changing station; the list seems to go on and on. Oh, and we can’t forget the most important nursery accessory, the wipes warmer. Yikes! Just as you’re thinking this bambino of joy is about to break your bank, we’re here to help you save some buckaroos while decorating your dream nursery using our stencils. Our ideas are easy and inexpensive so let’s take a look…
Spruce Up A Bedroom Using Stencils Stencil An Accent Wall: We always call this an obvious solution because it is! Stenciling an accent wall in your baby’s nursery can instantly add the glam factor that you desire without breaking the piggy bank. This gorgeous nursery belongs to baby Samuel and it was spotted on The Alison Show and photographed by Megan from mlindsay Photography. Samuel’s creative parents stenciled our Alexa Allover pattern in a color similar to Benjamin Moore’s hale navy HC-154. It looks so pretty and makes quite the visual statement.
Stencil A Ceiling: Your decor can be as simple as can be, but if you stencil the nursery ceiling, then you’re guaranteed a showstopper. Pamela, the fab DIYer behind the blog PBJ Stories, used our Chevron Allover Stencil to transform the ceiling of her daughter’s nursery. We can’t stop staring at it! Learn how to stencil a fun pattern on your nursery ceiling in this post.
Stencil A Rug: Not only will your tootsies thank you, but your lil’ crawler will too! Thao, from Adorkable Duo, knocked us off our feet with this lime stenciled cutie. She used our Rabat Allover pattern to create a painted rug for her nursery. To see how she did it, check out this tutorial.
Stencil Your Dresser: Save your moula and give that drab looking dresser that you’re hiding in the basement a fab stencil makeover. Take the lead from Rachel from Silver Lining Decor. She gave an old white dresser a little stencil love using our Casablanca Craft Stencil and an eye-catching shade of turquoise. Whimsical, practical, and absolutely perfect for a nursery.
Stencil Wall Art: It’s easy, inexpensive, and the perfect way to add some personalized style to your space. Ashley, from The Johnston’s, used a pattern similar to our Allium Gladiator Flower Stencil to create burlap wall art for her baby’s nursery. It was easy peasy to create and it has the WOW effect she wanted.
We hope you enjoyed our easy and inexpensive stencil ideas to create your perfect nursery.
Which one of these nursery projects are you most likely to complete? We’d love to read your comments in the section below!
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Thanks for reading, and good luck stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew