Long time no see my Hometalk friends! This year has been crazy on so many levels for everyone, and for us it was no exception. I started a healthcare consulting company at the same time the pandemic hit, so I've been working to build that up. That means less time and money for projects!
THEN. I discovered I was expecting twins by way of an ER visit where I lost one of the original triplets (3 down to 2) - it was a lot to process. A twin pregnancy comes with its own fantastic side effects - like the doubling down of everything a normal singleton pregnancy brings. Needless to say, getting out of bed to work on growing my company has been about all I can do up until recently.
However, I decided that I would join in on the Better Homes and Gardens' One Room Challenge yet again to force me into a schedule on flipping the guest room (I did that over the spring) into a twin nursery. While most of my projects are pretty big builds, I have decided to scale back - for obvious reasons haha!
To see where we started with this room, check out my reveal post on my blog - Spring One Room Challenge Reveal.
If you want to see the whole picture in my head, check out the intro post where I talk through my ideas.
Mood board aside, one of the simple projects I wanted to tackle was to save myself some money on a woodland themed mobile that wasn't too cutesy. I am going to be in there for SO MANY HOURS of the next year. I want to enjoy the room as much as my boys (yes, two boys!! At one time)!! I found one for sale on Etsy, but they wanted something like $90 for it. With my limited budget that was not really an option. So, I thought I would get crafty.