So, not straying too far from the my girls, birthdays and yummy sweet treats, here's my oldest daughters bedroom. One of my very favorite rooms in the entire house. This room was inspired by a room I saw in a magazine(I forget the publication, sorry!) several years ago. The pale pink chenille bedspread was custom made by a wonderfully talented woman who has been making my family's custom draperies for moons. Above the bed is a collage I created for her room. It was in the above post also. I used it as a party decoration! Why fill up the landfills and waste money on throw away party decorations when I can use what I already have.
There are twelve of these cupcakes, some with piped "frosting", some with individual "non perils" sewed on, and others with "sugar flowers". And each in a striped liner with ric rac on top! See now why I brought in a professional? Way beyond this seamstress' skills, not to mention patience.
Her dresser filled with some vintage, some new but all pink accessories!
One of my very favorite things in here a vintage Ensco little girlie with a cupcake hat and the sweetest little dress I've seen. Of course the oh so popular suitcases with a knitted cupcake on top and a little pink glass jar to hold jewelry and other what nots.
A cute little cake on a depression glass cake stand. Yummy! And here's a favorite lamp, found at Urban Outfitters from my pre baby days! I have a passion for lamps and chandeliers... sure to do a post about them one of these days!
The very miniature cakes were purchased by my brother for me. Did I mention he was about 5 and I was about 7 when he made the purchase! How adorable is that? They have been one of my very favorite treasures to this day.
Here's her bakery case. With freshly knitted baked goods on display, some of these were a gift from my brother. The little cat in the very top right is handmade. I have had it since I was little. The case itself was all gold and I smeared pink paint on it.(with my fingers shhh...) I have a hard time leaving well enough alone. You will soon come to find that out. And simply strung some glittery letters on some vintage ric rac.
The most adorable pink retro stove...I'd love to have a real one like this! I'm sure I'm not alone on that thought with all the pink loving girls out there! Her sis and her bake up yummy pretend treats on this!
A shot of the bakery's awning. Custom made by my favorite seamstress!
Her armoire, with a vintage collection of Steiff animals, some vintage inspired tins, a ceramic cupcake her daddy a I painted while dating and her piggy bank.
Forgot to mention the GIGANTIC, HUGE, COLOSSAL, teacup too!
A friendly little spot for a spot of tea with a favorite dolly! The table was mine when I was little. My hubby had it powder coated, I spray painted it prior, but It didn't take the abuse.
A favorite sweater of her's and mine alike! And this is unrelated to the sweater, but my very patient husband painted the walls. The stripes are a little more than halfway up the walls then he scalloped them! Love that man!
This picture is making me sleepy... I have been on the computer long enough. Time to take a little walk before giving the kiddos a bath! This room will be featured onThe Baby Gardner Bloggie. Be sure to check out Deanna's blog and store. It's filled with all kinds of cute vintage inspired baby goods!