- Something that would bring in some more pattern to the room.
- Something that was interesting from the crib perspective, instead of just pretty for an adult to look at from outside the crib.
- Something that isn’t too cheesy or girly.
- I also wanted it to be cheap. Cause that’s the way I roll.
Here’s a side shot, which shows the hardware used. (From Amazon.) And after buying it, Ryan’s aunt Joanell brought me the exact same hardware from a coworker who reads this little ol’ blog in Tennessee. (HI, HEATHER! Thanks for the gifts.) So, now I may need to make another pinwheel mobile for the room now. I’ve almost forgotten how much of a pain it was to cut out all those pinwheels.
Which, by the way – the pinwheels were a PAIN to cut. (I used this pattern from Heather Bailey.) But, I think it was worth it. I ended up printing off the patterned paper from Sprik Space. You choose the patterns you like and print them in the color you like. For free! This made the project very cheap, when paired with solid cardstock.
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