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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Alphabet Print for Baby/Kid Room

A few weeks ago on a visit to Z Gallerie, I spotted a really cute alphabet print that I thought would be perfect for my son's room.  It's a good size, but $99, so I refrained from purchasing it.  When I saw the framed print again last weekend, I loved it as much as the first time so I went ahead and brought it home.


I needed something for the wall above James' crib. I originally had my DIY book art up there, but it was hung with Command hooks and 2 of the prints ended up falling after nearly a year.  (They fell to the floor, not into the crib, which is about a foot from the wall, and no one was hurt).  I could've ruhung them, but I was ready for something new and will probably move the book art to James' bathroom.





James loves to sing the A-B-C's so I thought this art was particularly appropriate for his age.  Also, I love that it has animals depicting each letter.  So cute!!

27 comments:

  1. Absolutely adorable!

    Jenny
    www.simcoestreet.blogspot.com

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  2. I love that! I have an alphabet nursery too and I was looking for something over the crib.

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  3. That print is so darling!! I would have wanted to buy it too. In fact, I do! :) I love that the letter "N" is for "Narwhal".

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  4. What an adorable print - and so perfect in his room! :) Glad you opted to bring it home for him!

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  5. It's very cute!! James's room is always so tastefully decorated and clean!

    The giraffe also makes me happy :)

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  6. Very cute!!! I love alphabet art in kids' rooms!

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  7. He's growing up...and so is his art! :)

    Let me know when you're here and when you're free this weekend...also if I need to work on getting a sitter...before they are all booked up!!! :)

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  8. Just precious! I think that's the shopping rule....that if you keep thinking about it, then you have to go back and get it! It fits his room perfectly.

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  9. Love the ABCs, but the book art was pretty adorable, too. :)

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  10. Love it! Perfect match for the decor of his room, and educational...two for one!!

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  11. So cute! Love the illustrations. Natalie had an ABC quilt above her crib and she learned the ABCs really early b/c the quilt reminded me to sing them and point them out every day. :)

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  12. Oh my! Cutest alphabet board ever! I love the stylel of artwork and the use of animals. Very cool.

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  13. For the size, $99 probably was a good buy! And the scale is perfect for above the bed.

    Gorgeous!

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  14. I love it! I am new to the blogging world and stumbled upon your blog and a few other fellow Houstonian blogs!

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  15. Our taste is eerily similar! I bought this same piece for my 22 month old's room when we were decorating his nursery before he arrived. I've gotten so many compliments on it since then. I love it!

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  16. Such a cute idea!! I used to think that baby boy rooms weren't as cute as girl nurseries... but they're growing on me! Due in large part to how cute your son's room is :)

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  17. The baby room looks so perfect. I also have an animal theme :)

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  18. Love this! I actually created an alphabet wall in my son's playroom using those same letters - except I found them as flashcards at Michael's! I simply using command strips and hung them on the wall in a grid pattern. Love it!

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  19. Awww, it looks like it was made for James' room. Love it! And I just had the same issue with some picture frames in our family room, except they peeled paint off the wall and dented it too. I am not happy with Command at the moment!! ;)

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  20. Ah! Love the art. Perfect transition into toddler mode (:

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  21. It was meant to be. I don't think I could have walked away from it either. Love it!

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  22. love the alphabet print thats perfect!

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  23. That looks fabulous! What you've done with the crib was very ideal, the whole thing looks more great and lovely now.

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