Well I know last week I shared some of these pictures on facebook, but I thought that all of my husbands (and my sister and his brother) hardwork deserved a post of the blog. While I was in Spokane, Washington visiting with my family, my husband was very busy redecorating our bedroom. I have to say it was an AMAZING surprise when I got home! I kept walking around the room finding more new and fun things!
When I first walked in, this is what I saw! The white dresser had been at the foot of the bed and the yellow dresser had been in the hall. My mom drove back from Spokane with me and the kids, she is actually the one who made me realize that something was going on. She was asking me about moving things around upstairs. We are always moving things around, so I figured it was something we had done since the last time she had been then. But upon walking up the stairs, I noticed the bookshelf that had previously been in our room was in the hall and the yellow dresser from the hall was gone. I was quite intrigued and confused, so I walked into my room to find this!
The first thing I noticed was the amazing, large picture! We had just had some family pictures taken while we were on vacation and this was one of those pictures! I was so excited. And the even more exciting and amazing part . . . this was a project I had pinned on pinterest and my husband saw it and made it for me. If you haven't seen it, go check it out, because it turned out amazing and it only cost $7 to print out the picture. He did say that the print is super thin, so it was tricky to get it glued on evenly and without any wrinkles. Because its so big, I didn't even notice the wrinkles.
And he found this AMAZING vintage fan!
We had these canvas' printed last year for Christmas, but he found the perfect place to hang them. Our goal is to get new prints every year so we can have a whole wall. These pictures are actually instagram pictures! I just love my babies! We have had this dresser for many years, it was a hand-me-down that we repainted. Originally it was in my son's room, but over time it migrated to our room. And with that big 'ol crate on it, its perfect.