What a fun project that I did with the help of my two year old son in the beginning.
I love children's books a lot and have been collecting them before my son was born.
The ones in the waggon happen to be his favorites. He still has 2 more shelves full.
I love vintage children's books especially all the Little Golden Books. The illustration's are adorable! My favorite children's illustrator is Eloise Wilkins. The most precious drawings ever.
I usually buy books at Goodwill, Antique Stores, Barns n Noble, or they are given.
The two little white chairs and the antique table were all from an Antique Store.
All the letter E's I started collecting when Ezekiel was born and over the past two years I have finally completed that little E' corner. Most of them I painted & distressed them. (making them look a little old) and some of them I found at Antique Stores and others from JoAnn Fabrics, Michaels & Craftware House < (All local craft stores in Portland).
My inspiration for the Letter E's on the wall idea came from
this picture that I saved before my son was born. I loved the Eclectic color theme.
Anyways I wanted to create a little READing corner for my toddler where he can grab a book of his choice (not mommy's) at his reach and enjoy it. When I came across this decoupage craft idea from a wonderful blog enjoying the small things I instantly pinned it on my kids-spaces board on pinterest and knew I had to create it too! It was really easy and messy but a lot of fun!
Hope you and your kiddo's are making some craft projects together for Spring!