Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Please VOTE: My Nursery

Hey everyone, I submitted our nursery to the Small Kids, Big Color 2011 Contest on Apartment Therapy's Ohdeedoh site. Here it is...

Felix's Tintin Inspired Nursery 
Small Kids, Big Color Entry #41


Voting will be active 1pm, Dec. 6 - 1pm, Dec. 8. And yes I would love it if you all voted for the nursery! Click here to vote. Thanks so much for your support! xx Danielle

13 comments:

  1. Done and done! Good luck, my dear.

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  2. Girl, I am so going to vote! Your nursery rocks!

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  3. Visiting from Vintage Vine. A beautiful room! I love the dresser!

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  4. pretty! x

    p.s. I'm having a giveaway from This Is Transition if you'd like to check it out. :)
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  5. Danielle,

    Your nursery is fabulous. I love-love the stencil, the lamp you painted, the framed book covers, etc., etc., etc! Your sweet baby is gonna love his room :)

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  6. I saw the winners listed. You should be proud that you made the top ten. You might have scored higher if that corner didn't look so awkward (you need a piece of trim). But let's face it, most of those others looked like they were done by experienced pros!

    http://www.ohdeedoh.com/ohdeedoh/family/vote-now-for-your-favorite-colorful-roomsmall-kids-big-color-2011-162858

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  7. Hi Danielle - only finding this now...otherwise I would have voted for your beautiful and very inventive nursery. Does Apt. Therapy do this every year? I am going to be doing a nursery for my daughter who is expecting in April. I can't wait!!! Both for the baby girl...and to do the nursery!

    As a professional decorative artist, what I do when I am stenciling corners is I buy two stencils - one to use in the regular way...and the other to cut up so that it is manageable in the corners. When I put the cut up stencil in the corner, I have to use a lot of stencil adhesive (gasp) but that's the only time I use it. Then I take a straight edge or even an old credit card and I place that in the corner so that the cut up stencil will stay straight! You do one side first and then the other side. Maybe I will post a pic of a powder room that I did in my house where I had to do an embossed stencil through a curve. Now - that was a super pain in the you know what!!! Thank goodness for stencil adhesive (gasp).

    Check out Melanie Royals stencil site - Royal Design Studio. She has a lot of great tips and tricks on her site.

    Great job - congrats that you made it into the top ten!!

    Linda

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  8. Thanks so much for your helpful tips Linda, but I actually like the corners like they are...it gives a more hand made appeal and I love that. I didn't want it to look like wall paper because after working on it for 15 hours, I want it to show. But maybe I'll change my mind in a year, so thanks for the info! Danielle

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  9. Wow! It is lovely. I will pop over and vote. What a special space you have here. I will follow on my way out because I am sure I will enjoy engaging and supporting your special place now I have found you. I hope you will find a little time to come visit me soon. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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  10. It really nice decorations in the kids room.Teddys and other many differnt type of toys are so attractive look in the rooms.

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