Monday Made-It: Hudson's Nursery

Almost as soon as I found out I was pregnant, I started planning for Baby Boy's nursery! I scoured Pinterest, blogs, and Babies R Us for ideas - and settled on a woodland animals theme!
This is the bedding set I chose: "Lambs and Ivy Echo"
Lambs and Ivy Echo Nursery Collection If you are looking for a great forest nursery theme for your baby, you have to check out the deal on this collection.
Then began the fun part: shopping, crafting, and decorating!

Here's a tour of the finished project:
Welcome to Camp Hudson!
These cute Cricut die-cuts were from my baby shower. I decided to take them home and use them to decorate the door.

The changing table:
I created the "Hudson, you are our greatest adventure sign"
on Power Point and then my husband printed it on 16x20 photo paper:
This light switch cover belonged to my husband
when he was a baby!
When we first decided on the name Hudson, I used my Cricut to cut out the letters and glued them to a fabric canvas. It was solidifying the fact that we weren't going to change his name - after all that work, I wasn't starting over! :) 
The "H" is a white wooden letter from Michaels. I painted it green and then added cute forest friend stickers as accents.

My grandmother made Hudson this quilt:
I saw these cute sign ideas on Pinterest and
decided to create my own:
I created them on Power Point (using clipart from and my husband printed them on 8x10 photo paper. The frames are from Ikea.

 These are wall decals:
Since we are renting our house, I decided to stick them to a poster board so that we can take it when we move.

  These fabric squares came with our bedding set:
I found these adorable woodland animal cut outs on Etsy: 
Woodland AnimalsSet of 8 by CraftingCrew on Etsy, $5.00
I then attached them to pennant flags and hung it
over the window:
This sign is hanging over his crib:

Phew! That's a lot of pictures of one tiny room :) Thanks for sticking with me!
Speaking of Hudson, here's a recent photo of the cutie:

I'm linking up with Tara from 4th Grade Frolics for her weekly "Monday Made It"
Hop on over to see other fantastic creations!

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