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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Lola's Christmas Nursery

 Thank you all for your kind words about our Christmas Tour on Monday. It's been so much fun checking out the other homes that have been featured so far and I am looking forward to seeing all of the new ones today! 

Now that I've finished sizing and watermarking a bunch more of the photos I took last week I thought I would start showing you more details of our Christmas decorating. Today I will show you Lorelei's room.  I added a hat to Winnie the Pooh that I wore when I was a baby (and probably my siblings all wore it too!) and then Lillie and Lola have each worn it over the past few winters. The little scarf was a gift from Jon's parents. The noel sign (above) is from Icing Designs. I will have a tutorial for the yarn trees up soon!

You can see more of the room in this shot:







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My mom made these stars for Lorelei's room last year and I hung them on her tree and then later from the ceiling in the corner. I decided to try them in the window this year seeing how we didn't put up a tree in her room this year and I think I like them better here!




Lillie and Lola were busy "baking" for me while I was taking these photos. 

And before I sign off I thought I would let you know that we will have a new pillow available in our shop tonight! 

And lastly, congratulations to Sandi! You have won your choice of Lynch Creek Farms wreaths! We will send you an e-mail later today. 


 Thank you all for entering!

Have a fabulous Wednesday!

28 comments:

  1. A lovely room fit for a princess, with perfect holiday touches. I adore the boots, stars and sled. I have that sled and you have inspired me to use it.
    Looking for forward to this evening... can't get enough of your timeless pillows.

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  2. I adore this room! What type of greens do you use? Is that cedar? Also, what is the sign that is hanging next to the framed baby dress? What dimensions will the new pillow be in? I love your blog so much, it makes my day and inspires me.

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    1. Thank you! The greenery in here is a mix of things clipped from in front of our house (not sure what it is) and a garland from Trader Joe's that yes, I think was cedar. The sign next to the dress says is in French and I think translates in Shhh...baby sleeping. (?) The new pillow will be 12 by 16. If you click on it it will take you to the listing for more details.

      I hope you have a very Merry Christmas!

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    2. How do you keep the greenery from drying out?

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    3. Spraying them daily with water helps.

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  3. I love the room! Where did you get the curtains in the room? I love those....Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks! They were from Target about five or six years ago. They weren't long enough so I added some fabric to the bottom to lengthen them.

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  4. Love her room decked out for Christmas. The stars are too cute.

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  5. I enjoy reading your blog daily! So much so that you are the first blog I have listed on my "favorite reads". Thanks for sharing the beautiful room. What a beautiful, calming atmosphere to drift off to sleep in.

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  6. Her room looks beautiful! I love the little stars near the window :)

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  7. So pretty, what a lucky little one to have such a sweet room

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  8. Lola's room looks so sweet ~ thanks for sharing, Jenni! Wondering what type of fabric the stars are made out of...looks like maybe flannel or felt?? Super cute! Can't wait for the chalkboard tutorial - I'm hoping to make one soon.: )
    Warm holiday wishes to you and your family~
    Leah: )

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    1. Thanks! I am not sure, as my mom made them but I think they are 100% cotton, but they would be really pretty in a flannel or felt too! I am hoping to post the tutorial for the chalkboard either next Tuesday or Wednesday!

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  9. The stars look so adorable in the window.

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  10. Everything is adorable! I sure wish you would make another round of adult t-shirts. I missed the first set and would love to wear one!

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  11. Is the cut out of the girl pushing the buggy available for sale?

    jenny34993@hotmail.com

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  12. ive been browsing your blog for hours!
    im a new fan from forty toes!

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  13. Jennifer, Lola's room is soooo adorable! The touches of Christmas are perfect.

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  14. Absolutely lovely! I just love the look of that room!

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  15. So excited to have won!
    Love Lola's nursery. Looks so cozy and Peaceful.

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  16. Oh what a Beautiful room!! I love the bears,sled and boots and stars!! Did you make the trees in the first picture!!!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, I did. I hope to have a tutorial for them up next week!

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  17. Such a pretty room. You've decorated it beautifully for Christmas. I like the touch of that little hat and that you wore it when you were little as well as your girls. So sweet. Love the pretty stars your mom made. That reindeer is adorable. Everything is lovely Jennifer.

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  18. I'm loving that little white berry wreath...

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  19. Gorgeous! What color are the walls? I have been looking for something similar :)

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  20. Gorgeous! What color are the walls? I have been looking for something similar :)

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    1. Thanks! Lola's nursery is Alexandria Beige by Benjamin Moore. You can find the rest of Jenni's wall colors here: http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/p/our-house.html

      -Jason

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