Thursday, 25 October 2012

Can You Tell Me How to Get To Sesame Street - Nursery Reveal

I sure can!






 And to the tune of Sesame Street

Sunny days,

Kicking the Ax away







On my way to where the air is sweet



Come and Play, everything is A-Okay





Friendly Faces






That's where we'll meet



Can you tell me how to














How to get to Sesame Street.....







Hey All,

I hope you enjoyed wondering through Sesame Street. This is the first room I have ever truly put together and while there have been plenty of learning curves along with blood, sweat and tears, I am in love with this room. If you are new here and have enjoyed this post, feel free to follow along via GFC, Facebook or Google +. This room is my heart and love, yes it has truly been a labor of love for two little people who were unexpected and are the loves of my life.

DIY Delight or Disaster? DELIGHT!!!!!!! What do you think?

Having said that, I'm 36 and I have spent the last two months obsessed with Sesame Street so I am glad to put this baby to bed - figuratively speaking.

Now it's time to wrestle this one to bed - Literally!





Thanks for Reading,

Mel xo

45 comments:

  1. This is AWESOME Mel - seriously!!!! I love it so so much!Well done girlfriend you have put so much into this project and it really does look fantastic xx Nat

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  2. Can I come play in this room? It is seriously awesome. You did a fantastic job and now I want to make a Sesame Street room for Violet. LOL

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  3. Mel you've done us all proud (family that is) love it all.The babies must really enjoy being in their room.

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  4. Wow!! It looks amazingly great. I somehow missed the chest makeover, which is my favorite part. Everything looks cute, but that chest is really, really impressive.

    I look forward to watching your decorate your house. It is easy, and fun from chair!

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  5. That little one is ADORABLE. I think he steals the show in that room :). The room itself is brilliant. You thought of every detail and executed it flawlessly. It's a fun, happy, bright, cheerful room. I hope that Max and Madeleine love it as much when they are 16...it's so amazing, I don't think you should ever change it :)

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  6. Mel, it all came together so adorably. You're little in the crib is darling...hopefully resting peacefully now ;). What a fun room for them!!! Now mommy can have a rest too, I hope.

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  7. You've done a terrific job Mel! I love the Elmo Nappy Stacker :)

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  8. Looks great Mel, the colours are so vibrant and fresh! The kids must LOVE it!

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  9. A+++ on this design! You've done an amazing job at creating a lively, colourful and inviting room for two little ones. That it is completely DIY and on a strict budget is inspiring to all of us! I'm pinning this to my kid rooms board. ~ Maureen

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  10. You did a fantastic job, Mel! My kids are way past Sesame Street age, but I've still enjoyed following along with your creative spin on a fun theme. I can't decide what my favorite is, but Oscar is right up there at the top. Looking forward to what you come up with next. :)

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  11. Great room! My 2 year old would LOVE it!

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  12. I love bright colors in a nursery/child room. The colors really do stimulate their brains, and it makes it a happy place for them to play and sleep. Wonderful jobs on all your projects!!

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  13. and that is why you are the DIY Queen in my book! You did an awesome job and all of your hard work paid off!! It is beyond a delight and that baby is just adorable!! Total Delight my dear!!!

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  14. Absolutely adorable, loving that dresser especially! Stephanie

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  15. That room is so perfect! What a beautiful and inspiring space. :)

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  16. You've done a fantastic job decorating the room and what a fun room indeed! I'm sure your two little ones are enjoying it!

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  17. What a FUN, cheery room! Love it! :)

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  18. Such an adorable room!! I love the colors and the theme!! Great job!
    xoxo
    Jeri

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  19. I want to go to Sesame Street! So adorable! What a fun nursery! Awesome, awesome job!

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  20. Wow! Looks great! I tried to decorate my daughter's room in a Sesame St theme - that consisted of Sesame St decals on her walls. Decorating is not my forte. Your nursery makeover turned out awesome :)

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  21. Love the room. I love bold and bright colors against the walls. Total transformation! Great job!!!

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  22. Awesome! I follow the reveal playing the music in my mind! Perfect colorful room for your kids to have lots of fun!

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  23. What can I say but - FANTABULOUS! Really love how it all came together, bet your little ones adore their new room.

    Hugs, Estelle xx

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  24. What a fun room! I love all the details!

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  25. Oh this is amazing. It looks great. What kid wouldn't want this room! Well done :-)

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  26. Amazing!!! I've been browsing through your posts that have led up to this reveal and you have done a fabulous job!!! Lots of work...but I'm sure it was worth it.
    Thanks so much for linking up to Saving4Six Think Tank Thursday!!

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  27. FABULOUS !
    Such colorful and beautiful room
    I wouldn't mind having this room for myself :):)

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  28. Oh my gosh, that dresser is Awesome!!! I love the trash can concept too. Everything is perfect!

    I'm following you now from the Sunday blog hop.

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  29. Oh my Goodness is this ever so CUTE...Thank you for linking up.

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  30. Wow...very clever and nothing I have seen done before!
    LOVE the Oscar garbage pail :)

    Thank you for linking up to Raising Imperfection :)

    Lanaya
    www.raising-reagan.com

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  31. I am so glad you linked up the big reveal to Raising Imperfection. I looooove it!

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  32. Wow I seriously love this!!! Expecting #3 and I think I just found inspiration for the nursery! :) Thanks!!

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  33. Hey Mel! I love that dresser! Cute room! Thanks for linking up at Submarine Sunday!

    T'onna

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  34. Adorable! I've never seen a Sesame Street nursery....so cute and clever!!
    I would LOVE for you to link this up at my Ginger Jamboree Link Party!!

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  35. This is absolutely adorable! As a big SS fan myself, I'd totally live in there! My favorite is the dresser with each drawer having a face on it. So cute!

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  36. OMWord! My Little Mister would LOVE this! Way cool! Thanks for linking this to Mom's Library!

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  37. What a FUN room! A great place to learn. Thanks for linking up to tip-toe thru tuesday every week.

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  38. The reading nook is amazing! Thanks for sharing at Mom's Library.

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  39. I love this!! Love the colors, great job!

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  40. I love this bright and fun theme for a nursery. Thanks for sharing with this week's Throwback Thursday party.

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  41. I love how bright and colorful you made this room. Thanks for sharing at Throwback Thursday.

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  42. I LOVE IT! Our daughters room is kinda sesame street themed but this is way cuter and more creative. I want that dresser and hamper!! Wonderful job!!

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Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment, between housework and 5 kids, this is the only thing I get out of bed for ;)