It is common knowledge that every child is in need of a suitable place to sit.
It all started with this little table and chair set purchased last year (IKEA-$20). (I can't believe it took me this long to spruce it up.)
Can't wait for my sweet little guy to get here. Of course, I've got Olive and my neverending project list to keep me busy, so I'm sure he'll be here in no time.
For now, Lorenzo's crib is living in our room. Not ideal, but I just know he will NEVER sleep if he shares a room with his spirited sister. That won't stop me from decorating!
I've already whipped up a batch of my crib bumpers with piping. I love how they turned out! If you haven't seen my free tutorial, you can check it out here.
I used an aqua houndstooth print ("Vintage Modern" by Bonnie & Camille for Moda), the coordinating aqua polka dot for the piping, and simple white ties.
I love a good, crisp bow!
Now I just need a quilt to match. Oh wait! Remember when I made one of Camille's Hopscotch quilts? Well it matches. (And I was sooo hoping for a good excuse to hold onto it!) It even has fleece on the back. Perfect!
So there it lives. I even found a pillow in storage that goes with it.
Ahem, October, AHEM. What is this 89 degree nonsense? And 77% humidity?! I will cut you. Even if I wasn't pregnant, I would not want this. Get your act together, Florida! Olive and I are not happy about this!
On the bright side, I'm looking forward to all the activities that go along with October. Do you remember my dinner in a pumpkin post from last year? It's pretty much the best thing ever. Chomping at the bit to do it soon.
Now, if you're hankering to do some Halloween quilting, check out all six Halloween block tutorials from last year! I made a table runner last year, but I kind of want to make a whole bunch of them for a Halloween quilt! Wouldn't that be yummy? Yes, as I am sitting here, I think I have decided to make a Halloween quilt. Anyone going to join me?!
This morning I whipped up this cute little framed spider web--all thanks to this idea I saw on Pinterest last year.
Not sure where I've stashed my autumn table runner, so I'll probably be making another as soon as I get the dining table re-painted. See that full tutorial here.
Ah yes, the candy bowl is full for the time being. Any bets on how long before it is empty? We hardly get any trick-or-treaters over here, but we still buy a lot of candy! Muah ha ha ha! It's become our tradition to buy stuff we like and PRAY for a lack of trick-or-treaters.
What fun Halloween things are you working on?