I LOVE this idea! I remember burp cloths always managing to disappear and were never handy when a real projectile emergency happened. Since they were normally all white, they would get wrapped up in the blankets, sheets etc. Attaching colorful fabrics to the burp cloths would keep them from hiding on you! Plus clean folded cloths will look so much better on a shelf in the nursery! You could even purchase fabrics that coordinate with the colors in the room. Who doesn’t love a DIY affordable functional accent!
I found this tutorial on a site called petitelemom.com. They seem easy enough to make and I so want to find the time to make them myself for my new grand daughter!
The news of expecting twins can be overwhelming, but what about boy and girl twins? For most mothers the first thing they begin when pregnant is the nesting process. So how does the modern mom come up with a nursery design that allows the baby’s to have their own identity? Here’s what I suggest: find a fabric that consists of basic unisex components and then include coordinating patterns in both pink and blue. Like here, we have a brown and white polka dot and a brown and white damask, which leaves the stripes to bring in pink for a girl and blue for a boy. Once you put it all together, you have a wonderful blend which coordinates perfectly!!
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