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!


  1. Jessica,
    Hudson's nursery turned out precious...just like him! Enjoy your time with him. I have 3 sons,and they grow like weeds. He'll be going to kindergarten before you can blink an eye!!
    Storybook Endings in Second

  2. He is beautiful and such a lucky boy. What a beautiful nursery! How precious that you and your family added your own handmade touches.


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