When I was preggo, we were team green. I loved the suspense of not knowing if Baby P was going to be a boy or a girl. Until I started to decorate the nursery. I created a gender neutral nursery palette of white & cream so I could easily add in girly accents or masculine accents when the baby arrived.
The walls were nekkid for a while. This. Drove. Me. Insane. I didn’t go out and buy a navy blue framed picture or a peach & purple one. This would be a waste of money because I’d lose the receipt and a return would be impossible. So I did what any impatient, instant-gratification-loving-hormonal-mess would do. I googled it. That is the answer to everything.
I ended up visiting On To Baby and customized then printed one for all of the possible names we had picked out for baby to be. Which meant I printed, like, 75.
Lots of color combos too!
After Max was born I printed one out with his initial and name. Max was not on out list of baby names. Figures. The printable lives on his dresser. I painted the frame matting navy to match the rest of the framed pics in Max’s room. See how to paint your mats here for a simple way to add some color to your space.
While writing this post, I see that there is also a new one on the same site! How freaking cute are these?!
Print one out, pop it in a frame, and give it as a “Welcome home baby” gift.