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    Quote Originally Posted by MichelleClareBear View Post
    What a gorgeous nursery, i love it could I ask where you got the jars you've put ear buds in and cotton balls? I've been looking everywhere for something similar! You're so creative x
    Thank you! I just got mine from a cheap shop... They were between $20-$30... I have seen them at kitchen shops & they were like $80-$150! It took me a little while to find the ones I wanted.. I just kept searching through all the cheap shops I could find!

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    Loving all your nursery designs. I am currently 9w+4 and love the pics as giving me ideas. We are not finding out the sex of the baby so keeping it neutral - I am loving the Animal Tree design by Living Textiles.
    Do you all shop around and find the item you like and then have a look at different shops for the cheapest price? Any cheaper places in Brisbane or Gold Coast that anyone can recommend?

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    Hopefully they will load this time

    It doesn't have the same 'untouched neatness' as when dd was first born. Its now a much loved room

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    Some lovely designs ladies! Can I ask how you started the process? Was the key element the bedding, or a colour scheme, or the art work/mural, or the paint and then did you go from there? I have loads if inspiration from Pinterest but struggling to take the first step?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JungleMum View Post
    Some lovely designs ladies! Can I ask how you started the process? Was the key element the bedding, or a colour scheme, or the art work/mural, or the paint and then did you go from there? I have loads if inspiration from Pinterest but struggling to take the first step?
    Mine started with colours.... Our whole house has a green/blue/brown theme... So I incorporated that into my sons nursery.... But I guess we worked around the big canvas I did. Our cot set has a big tree with animals & it just went from there...

    You should just gather together all your ideas and see what works together & go from there

    Our room is tiny so hoping to move in a bigger place when our lease runs out & then ill be able to set it up properly (not 100% happy with mine still)..

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    I think I'm going to steal the jar idea too I need some baskets for on top of the change table too

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    Here is ours :-) excuse the mess on the change table / chest of drawers, it's easier to just leave everything out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    I think I'm going to steal the jar idea too I need some baskets for on top of the change table too
    Go for it!!! I thought it was much nicer then having the bags everywhere & it's one of my favorite parts of the nursery.. Lol. I also used a bird cage for my bits and pieces.... Like socks, mittens & beanies... (Stuff that can get lost in the drawers)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassieh View Post
    Go for it!!! I thought it was much nicer then having the bags everywhere & it's one of my favorite parts of the nursery.. Lol. I also used a bird cage for my bits and pieces.... Like socks, mittens & beanies... (Stuff that can get lost in the drawers)

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    I've got two bird cages that I have used... One like you have and one that holds little bits and pieces like soothers ect so glad someone else had the sane idea as me I thought I was a little left if field


 

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