FewKindWords *Giveaway* Winner

A Few Kind Words Giveaway

Congratulations to Trish for winning the FewKindWords giveaway! And thank you to everyone who shared their favorite quote, it was very neat to read so many beautiful words of inspiration.

If you’d like to swing over to FewKindWords Etsy site, they’re offering 15% off to all PDB readers – just enter PEPPER as the coupon code at check out.

Faux Birch Centerpieces for an Outdoor Party

Birth Centerpiece

I love the look of this diy faux birch vase by Love & Lace. Wouldn’t it look lovely grouped in a set of three (at varying heights) as a centerpiece for an outdoor wedding or party? I’d house a beautiful bouquet of white flowers (such as peonies, garden roses and wax flowers) in each, or even long branches (like manzanita or pussy willow) that would stretch up over the center of a table.

Check out the full project and step-by-step directions by Stephanie here. It’s the perfect alternative to buying the real deal at ~$20 a pop…

Birch Centerpieces

Stephanie turned hers into gifts (a great favor idea), and because it’s essentially a decorated tin, made beautiful cookie containers out of the birch project! You could also use them as indoor decor for the mantle, dining room table or a kitchen nook. Be sure to check out her very creative blog while you’re visiting, too.

Happy Friday, everyone!

Project Nursery: Prints & Patterns Part 2

The Thibaut swatches have arrived! I feel like a kid in a candy store amidst all of these beautiful prints. Olivia was overwhelmed too.

Nursery Fabric Swatches Thibaut

After laying out a variety of different color ways, it quickly became clear that a coral, tan and brown palette was the way to go. The strong, saturated colors (mixed with a few softer pastels) would help to feminize the space while complimenting the colors of the wall animals.

Nursery Fabrics - Final Swatch Collection

Left to right: Pearl Trellis in brown, Baltic Stripe in pastel, Malibu in peach, Pearl Trellis in coral, Coco in natural, Malay Ikat in beige,  Metropolis Stripe in brown and Times Square in brown.

Now which to choose for the curtains…

Nursery Fabric Swatches Thibaut 3

I knew which fabric that I thought would look best lining the windows… and I was so happy when Liv agreed.

Nursery Fabric Swatches Thibaut 2

Thibaut’s Baltic Stripe – Pastel on Cream it is!

Thibaut Baltic Stripe, Nursery Makeover, DIY, Fabric, Curtains

Now I’m off to pick up some lining from Joann’s Fabrics today to get this party project started.

If you’re catching up on Project Nursery, here’s a link to the initial fabric board, vintage wall art addition, changing table makeover, nursery wall striping tutorial, painted animal project, the initial inspiration board and the before picture posts.

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