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DIY nursery decorating ideas

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lalababy Thu 14-Jul-11 11:26:12

So DH and I have just bought our first house (read flat) and by the end of the year we will be having our first baby. The place definately needs a bit of a once over... and I am quite keen on doing something fun with the nursery. Unfortunately after buying a place we are both relatively broke and I have few artistic or DIY skills - and was hoping someone could give me ideas that would be simple to execute and not too pricey.

nocake Thu 14-Jul-11 11:47:59

How about painting the walls cream then using stickers to brighten it up? I've just bought a pack of 80 assorted wall stickers from Amazon (trees, birds, animals etc).

pleasenap Thu 14-Jul-11 11:58:05

How about room stickers - I've always used them. Paint wall basic colour and then stick around the stickers as a border about waist height. I've used a few of the stickers in a frame too and so it ties it all together. Other thing I've done is get greetings cards or even wrapping paper and put that in a frame - you could cut out words such as your baby's name from the paper and shove in a frame. I also got cheap plain curtains and then was planning on appliquing round co-ordinating pictures - but couldn't be faffed in the end - but very easy to do. Another thing I'm planning on is I've got some plain canvas and going to either do a bit of very basic painting (copying something very very simple!).

Stickarounds like these - you can reposition them, they don't damage the walls so you can redo if you don't like it or want a different theme later:

NIce stuff here:

And Next sale is any day....

lalababy Thu 14-Jul-11 12:37:41

Ohhh this all sounds good. I like stickers... I figure that can't be too hard!

nocake Thu 14-Jul-11 16:37:31

We bought RoomMates stickers from Amazon. They have several different packs for £13.99 and they're repositionable so if you can move them for different looks. I guess the LO might find them tempting to pull off but that's a bridge we've yet to cross grin

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