DIY Baby Girl Headband Display | Let’s Get Crafty
Hi, my name is Katie, and over the years I have been given the nickname “Martha” – like THE Martha… Stewart. Crafting and DIYing have been a part of my life since I was a child, constantly trying to make something beautiful out of what resources I had at my disposal. Luckily this is a tendency that I have not grown out of, even now in my 30’s. When we bought our first home back in 2012, I immediately saw the potential of what it COULD be, and knew it would be a long uphill battle to get it there, but that I could do it.
Fast forward to 2020, and we are now expecting our first child. Creating a nursery space in our small 3 bedroom home felt like a daunting task. I had previously claimed the second largest bedroom as my office/craft room, and my years of craft supply hoarding needed to go somewhere so that this room could be transformed. Luckily, my amazing husband and a few of our close friends helped make this happen – but that’s a story for another time.
Once my “office” was cleared out and ready to become the nursery, my mind started racing with ideas. I will admit, whether it was intentional or not, I have taken a lot of inspiration from Instagram and other influencers’ nurseries that I’ve seen online. At this point we didn’t yet know the gender of our baby, but I knew I wanted a nice neutral design either way. I chose the Large Gingham Wallpaper Plaid by Threshold™ from Target for an accent wall, and chose paint color and color scheme from there.
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