personalized pillow cases Nursery Décor Case Study- HomeGoods personalized pillow case baby
Updated: 2020-04-26

Earlier this week, I was on my way to REI for a 30% off Keens sale for my boys when I turned the corner into the parking lot and was stopped dead in my tracks.

To my astonishment, a brand new HomeGoods stood right before me…;taunting me…;.beckoning me inside.

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I knew a HomeGoods was slated for this space but I had no idea it was up and running. ?The timing was no coincidence (I told myself), so I decided to take a minor detour (not without some pushback from two boys wearing shoes with holes) and hoped that the money I’;d earmarked for brand new Keens didn’;t meet a tragic fate (for the Keenspersonalized pillow cases, not for me).

And I wasn’;t disappointed. ?HomeGoods is an amazing resource for, well, home goods and accessories. ?The best part –; their prices are so affordable it allows for seasonal updates to your home decor without breaking the bank.

And for those of you decorating a nursery, this store is a must see. ?I hope you have one in your area. ?If not, it’;s worth making a special trip to visit one when you’;re in a city that does.

Here are a few items I saw that would make excellent accessories to complete your baby’;s nursery.

Oh, and this little jewelry box is exactly the thing that makes me yearn for a little girl. ?And until she starts collected the bling, you can use it on her changing table to hide Q-tips, lotions and that ugly suck-out-the-buggies thing.

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So I guess our little detour wasn’;t terrible for my barefoot boys. ?They got their Keens…;as well as this fat, furry, thing with a horn for a nose.

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The newest kids’ swimwear collection has arrived and it’s filled with favorite silhouettes (many with UPF 50 sun protection), plus brand-new, fashion-forward looks we think you and your littles will love this season. ?

There is a great feature in the BERNINA Q-matic Longarm Quilting Automation System for our Q24 or Q20 on a frame that is called Mask. When you mask an area of background stitches or fills, this means that the stitches in the area are removed. You can remove these stitches with an already created design imported into the software, or you can create the region you want to remove using the sewhead. This post is about creating the region to remove the stitches using the sewhead.

Today’s contributor is Emma?from Crafting{E}! All posts written by Emma?for Make It and Love It, can be found?HERE.