Pottery Barn Nursery Mobile

As many of you know, this January my life took a turn when we added a baby to our team! I found that traditional mobiles were too fussy for my taste and for the tranquil nursery I wanted to create, so I came up with a mobile that is as sweet and simple as our little Adalyn.  I was inspired by a wreath that made appearances in the Pottery Barn Kids catalog, but was not available for sale.  Fortunately, I was able to create it in just 15 minutes.

Supplies:
silk flower bunches
wreath
ribbon
Cutting stems 6″ or shorter, I weaved individual stems throughout the wreath placing some on top, some on the side and a few below.
I tied 2 ribbons together with a knot at the base of the wreath leaving 6″ of ribbon dangling down and 3′ at the top for hanging from a hook. 4 of these were placed on the wreath. Then secure the wreath with the loose ribbons by tying a bow around the hook.  {RPM Photography}
The inspiration:
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Julie Blanner is the voice behind Coordinately Yours, a stylish lifestyle blog filled with do-it-yourself inspiration for effortless entertaining, home design and thoughtful gift-giving.

3 Comments

  • Reply January 22, 2011

    jandjhome

    This is so pretty. I had a friend who used a tree branches and tied ribbon to it holding the letters of her name. It would totally go with this mobile. So sweet!

  • Reply April 17, 2012

    Event Design

    Quite like the idea of the ribbon, how do you keep it up??? Also love the design!

    • Reply April 17, 2012

      Coordinately Yours

      Thank you! A 3M removable command hook or a ceiling hook from the hardware store both work well.

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