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gender neutral nursery artworks

gender neutral nursery artworks

If you’re expecting two babies of different sexes, or just want to design a quiet and peaceful gender-neutral nursery, you need some cool artwork to complete the space. They shouldn’t be particularly bold pink or blue, they should go with your nursery theme and style, or maybe shades. Let’s look at some ideas.

alphabet

To make the letter easier for your child to study, you can create alphabet wall art. The letters can be common or all different letters made from different materials, shapes and appearances, they may or may not be framed, and the colors are up to you. Such a thoughtful idea!

Prints

The simplest idea is to do some prints – you don’t need creativity, just choose what goes with your nursery decor. The most popular idea is animal prints, they are super cute! Various quotes, cards, pictures and other things are exactly what you need. Keep them in gender-neutral colors like mint, gray, yellow, turquoise, gold, and so on.

Other ideas

If you’re feeling creative, choose a cool painting with pictures and quotes that you like: animals, constellations, maps, stars and the sun, etc. – choose looks and colors that you like. Fabric or different images in embroidery frames can be very cool and eye-catching, and you can create a whole combination of them.

Today we're going to show you how to upgrade a cutting board with our free template to create an elegant wall art piece. This home decor project is perfect for adding a touch of nature and style to your home this spring. You need a free template, DecoArt Chalky paint, string with blue sky, 8 "x 8" wooden cutting board, a hammer and nails (approx. 60). First paint your 20 cm x 20 cm wooden cutting board with the DecoArt Chalky Primitive paint. Be sure to apply a few coats all over the board and let them dry. Print out the free template and cut out the butterfly shape. Place this in the middle of your board. Work in a circle and hammer your nails around the design. Read on for what to do in the source.

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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