It’s celebration time in the Craftery house! We’re all so excited to welcome a brand new niece this week! Since the only girl on my husband’s side for a couple of generations has been our Bean, it’s so wonderful to add another sweet baby girl to the family!
While I’ve got babies on the brain, I’m inspired to create a roundup of 10 adorable paper crafts for new babies.
As far as my own quilling work, I created my custom monograms and cupcakes with the thought that they’d be perfect for a nursery. In fact, the Bean has some hanging in her room at this very moment!
My new obsession is paper cut art, and this papercut birth announcement by Made By Julene is perfection! She captures so many details in her work.
I think this amazing take on the paper lantern trend by Linda Albrecht for GlueArts is meant for a wedding, but it would look beautiful as nursery lighting too!
This pom-pom ball made from dyed doilies by Beth Kruse Custom Creations is now on my to-do list. I even love the hanging ribbon she chose!
Think of all the adventurous dreams this Hot Air Balloon Mobile by Persia Lou will inspire in your little one!
I love the idea of using vintage quilts as wall hangings. Since pricey quilts are not in my decorating budget, I think I’ll borrow a page from Recipe for Crazy and make a paper version!
It’s never too early to foster a love of learning! Maybe you could create a reading nook in your baby’s nursery and add some paper covered letters like these from The Love Nerds.
This hanging star mobile by Sada Lewis is so incredibly simple and lovely!
This stunning backdrop by Kathryn Godwin for the Ruffled Blog was created with circles and twine. How about creating an ombre effect or a rainbow by using different colored paper?
I hope you’ve found some decor ideas for your nursery in this post or a few gift ideas for the new baby in your life. I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!
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