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Thread: Crib set with a modern look

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    Senior Member BrandyMcCoy's Avatar
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    Crib set with a modern look

    My sisters best friend had her first child...a little girl named Zoey. My sister Marie asked me to make her friend a cribset for the new baby. The info my sister gave me was this : she loves frogs, purple and green. My sister paid for all the material and I did all the work and this is what I came up with.
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    Really pretty.

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    Are those Amy Butler fabrics? They are so yummy! I love that you chose non-conventional fabrics for your project, when my first baby came along, I designed the nursery "Unbaby" as I liked to call it. There wasn't a pastel or teddy bear in sight! I love it and I am sure your sister's friend does too! Lucky Zoey!
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    Great use of fabrics.
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    Lovely set! Nicely done!
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    Oh man. Great job. I love the Prince Charming froggies so much!

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    Beautiful, you did a fantastic job. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Mimm View Post
    Are those Amy Butler fabrics? They are so yummy! I love that you chose non-conventional fabrics for your project, when my first baby came along, I designed the nursery "Unbaby" as I liked to call it. There wasn't a pastel or teddy bear in sight! I love it and I am sure your sister's friend does too! Lucky Zoey!
    Thank you and no they are Tula Pink fabrics from her prince charming line

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    Thanks everyone

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