Once I started photographing Oscar's room it was inevitable. Biscuit was jealous. We had done 85% of a room makeover several months ago (paint, rearrange, curtains) but had never actually hung stuff on the walls. So on this day I offered to clean her room (!) and then hang everything as a surprise so we could do the photo shoot. Hooray, I got to control the room after all! Like Oscar's room, I love how much of this space is handmade. I also love how her personality is starting to come through in her room.
These were taken the same day as Oscar's room but I realized I hadn't posted these photos when I was reading Sweet Paul Magazine's first kid issue. So here is the current state of Biscuit's room.
Wreath made by me, mini quilt made by my grandma. Dresser decoupaged by me. Hello Kitty bag from my sister's trip to Japan.
Little girls have a lot of little things. Especially little girls with American Girl dolls.
The chalkboard is from my work--there is a "bargain barn" where cast off items are sold. It was $10! Mr. H made the amazing pink dressing table (we removed the mirror and drawers so she could use it as a desk). He also made the little shelves that display treasures my sister has brought back for Biscuit from her travels.
Biscuit made the play food out of Sculpey. She and Mr. H together made the doll table and doll bed. The doll dresser was a gift Mr. H made for her.
Putting the books in rainbow order was a random project one day.
The square quilt was the one I made her when she was a baby. The ruffle quilt is her favorite. I have the pattern for sale at Craftsy :)