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Nursery Alphabet Wall

Nursery Alphabet Wall

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I shared with you last week how we painted and added a stripe to our very textured walls in baby girl’s nursery.  I knew I wanted to do something on the wall above baby’s crib but was going back and forth on what.  Then it fell in my lap, I won the wall sticker of my choice from Icon Wall Stickers in a giveaway hosted by Made to be a Momma.  Perfect!  I was so happy to be able to pick out the size and color that worked for her room, such a nice surprise.

nursery alphabet wall

These types of decals are not meant for very textured walls, but so far so good.  I know they would adhere better to a smooth surface but overall I am very pleased with their stickiness.

Step 1:  Enlist the help of your mother who happens to be spending the holidays with you and is very detailed oriented :)

The alphabet came on a roll, so all we had to do was center the long strip and pull off the backing.  It was so nice not to have to line up and level each individual letter.

alphabet wall stickers

alphabet stickers with backing

Once the strip was loosely adhered to the wall my Mom and I each took an end and slowly peeled off the backing while smoothing out the bubbles both over the backing and directly on the letters.  We used Pampered Chef scrapers, but a credit card would work as well.

smoothing letters on wall

smoothing letters

I love how this turned out, just a little something above baby girl’s crib.  There are more intricate decorations on the other walls that I will show you soon so this needed to be subtle.

nursery alphabet wall

Want to see more baby projects? Click on the picture below to see all the projects in baby’s nursery.

Oh Baby nursery series

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