by MIchele
(Charleston , South Carolina)

I based this mural upon the nusery bedding. I took a few of the animal's faces that were portrayed in the quilt and created my own characters based on that. I varied the sizes and colors of the quilted circles that I painted around the room to keep it interesting. There is also a giant giraffe to measure the child's growth on another wall. Even the doorknob has a tiny monkey hanging from his tail! As a bonus, I painted a child's bench to match it all. You can check out the entire room on my website-


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Oct 27, 2015
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Oct 03, 2015
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Sep 21, 2015
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by: Anonymous

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Sep 05, 2015
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by: Anonymous

My sister simply did a wilderness subject so it is near what you needed. She did darker hues as well. I got alot of stuff for her and a large portion of it was from Target and IKEA. | assignment writing help. It wasn't that mushy pastel waste either. It’s truly hit and misses so you've quite recently got to glance around. Good fortunes and well done on the child.

Nov 11, 2008
Good idea
by: Anonymous

Very cute! Good idea to use the bedding as a starting point. I also like your idea of using the giraffe as a growth chart.

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