Have you visited Shutterfly.com lately? They have added pillows, blankets and a whole bunch of other useful items, that you can personalize to create the perfect decor for your home. We’ve been meaning to find some time to try out a few of the new Shutterfly products, so when they asked us to design a nursery we were glad to finally have an excuse to jump in. We decided to give Rockwell’s Star-Gazer Nursery a little update.
Many of you know Rockwell’s nickname is “Rocket,” and naturally I’ve become obsessed with anything rocket related. I wanted to incorporate more rocket and space items into his nursery, but there was very little out there I liked. It seems like whenever I am decorating a room, I get an idea that is so perfect in my head, but after hours and hours of shopping I can’t find anywhere to buy the pieces I envisioned. I’m so excited that with the help of Shutterfly I can skip all that hassle.
I really love these Acrylic Photo Blocks that we’ve placed on his dresser. Also Auntie Aimée drew Rockwell some adorable space graphics, which we turned into a set of Photo Cube blocks that I know Rockwell is going to love to play with.
We also made a Metal Wall Print with the rocket graphic that says “I Love You to the Moon and Back” in the rocket’s trail. It’s so fun how it looks like it’s blasting off into the stars of his mobile (see star mobile tutorial here).
Aimée and I were both totally impressed by the quality of the Shutterfly Fleece Blanket. This is not your Grandma’s photo blanket. They use a unique fleece that has a gorgeous print quality, but still manages to be super soft, like a thick, thick flannel.
Not sure if you realize, but we often do our photoshoots with the kids around, which obviously makes things pretty interesting. Especially if we’re trying to get a nice shot of something that one of them happens to really love. Rockwell kept snatching up the pillow or laying himself down to hug it… not kidding. I guess we know what is his favorite part of the room.
We’re sharing free downloads of all the rocket and space graphics we used to create the nursery, see the links below…
Thanks to Shutterfly for sponsoring today’s post.