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How To Personalize Baby's Nursery

by Jenna Gleason

If you want to decorate your baby's nursery to make it feel more "at home", try these adorably, simple ways to personalize the space. Here are 8 creative ways to spruce up baby's room that can go with any theme.

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1. Framed Keepsake Collage 

Include items from the hospital, baby's first outfit, newborn photos, handprints and footprints.

2. Ultrasound Collage 

There are multiple ways of displaying your ultrasound images, but instead of placing them in an album on the shelf, try this idea!

3.  Handprint Portrait 

This adorable family portrait is made out of handprints and with love.

4. Crayon Monogram

A few broken crayons in your nursery's color scheme can make unique wall art for baby!


5. Alphabet Wall Art 

Add the alphabet, highlighting your child's initials or a quote you'll want baby to see every night before they go to sleep.

6. Photo Collage

Hang special photos showcasing the beauty you see in your newborn. As the years go by, change out the photos as a great way to track her growth.


7. Footprint Chart

Start a little growing chart for your baby to see as they get older. Be sure to track every few months to capture his growth spurts!


8. Personalized Bookcase

Make an ordinary piece of furniture pop by adding wooden letters, knickknacks and of course books! Don't forget to include the books you loved from your childhood.


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Jenna is a staff writer and production assistant at Creative Child Magazine. She is currently attending University of Nevada - Las Vegas.

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