Pretty elephant and umbrella fabric. I love what you did with it on the wall by the crib. And I like the various patterns you used in the room: from the fabric you used for the bedding, the canopy on the wall, the chair, the glider, and the rug. They all blended together beautifully. And I adore the simple design of those curtains.
Don't be afraid to see your vision through to the end! There were many times I was discouraged because of the difficulty of finding exactly what I wanted. For example, had I not reached out to Holli through Spoonflower, I would have never ended up with the custom elephant and umbrella fabric. My determination (and the word PLEASE) helped tremendously! DIY tip: You may have noticed on the Gallery Wall that some of the frames are displaying the invitations to baby showers, as opposed to actual photos. These make great placeholders until our baby arrives and we can snap photos of her!
You are browsing through zazzle's elephant holding umbrella gifts section where you can find many styles, sizes and colours of customisable elephant holding umbrella shirts, mugs, posters, bumper stickers and other products. Most products are ready to be customised with text, photos or artwork, but all can be bought as shown. There is no minimum order size.
Other than Holli Zollinger's custom elephant and umbrella fabric, my favorite item in the room has to be the canopy over the crib. It's the first thing that people notice when they walk in the room, and hopefully the baby will enjoy looking up at it. They say babies like graphic patterns! I was inspired to sew the canopy from an image I found in a from years ago. With no pattern (which I honestly rarely use) I relied on measurements of the crib and the wall. Another nursery favorite of mine is the colorful Ikat picture frame on the coral end table. It was a shower gift from dear friends. It gave me the courage to break away from the coral and gray color palette and add in pops of color around the room. Take for example the orange elephant statue, also placed on the end table. When I picked out the statue, I figured I would need to paint it so it would "go" with everything else in the room. I then realized the orange did "go" in the room, especially with its colorful counterpart, the Ikat picture frame! (Since the frame was a gift, I do not know the source...the elephant statue is from Carolina Pottery.)
Elephant And Umbrella Coaster
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