Saturday, February 19, 2011

Serenity's Nursey- Finished

When I left off yesterday the remaining construction was cutting 1/2" strip wood to cover the top edges of the foam core (so when someone looks in from the top they see painted wood instead of foam core edges) and cutting plexi-glass to fit in the two openings.

While the paint on the wood strips dried I cut the plexi-glass and rounded the corners with wire cutters and a sanding block.  It's really a good idea to do this because the corners can tear the paper bags.

I opted to not use some of the things I had on the walls in favor of ordering a wallet size print of the baby just minutes after her birth.  The frame is made from mini chair rail that I had on hand.  The cradle and high chair were decorated with scraps of the wallpaper.  Oh and I painted the inside of the bottle white.

Now I just need to clean up from this project and head back to my Porch.


Debie Lyons said...

Its lovely Kat.

Lorra Luffies

Debie xxxxx

Janice said...

Love the photograph, such a beautifully personal touch.

Kathi said...

This turned out SO cute! What a precious gift! I'm sure it will be treasured. You did a wonderful job with this Kat!

Caseymini said...

It is definitely a nursery that a baby would be serene in. Love it to pieces! Great work, Kat!

rosanna said...

So sweet and lovely, she will treasure it as soon as she will be a bit more grown up. Rosanna

WendiesMiniWorld said...

Awwww thats a gorgeous lil room, definitely something to treasure forever :o) x