Changing Dresser and Rosebud Romper
Made for Baby Ellery by CarlaC
When the arrival of a new little girl is announced, one cannot help but think pink. Ellery's "pink posh" nursery is at the height of baby style with handpainted furniture, soft fabrics, and plenty of pink roses.
This changing dresser is the perfect piece of furniture for baby Ellery. It has room for lots of tiny clothes, booties, and diapers, and the top is just the right length for her tiny body.
The dresser is fashioned from a child's jewelry box, which I completely repainted with a base coat of white. Sweet candy pink stripes are painted on both sides. Handpainted rose clusters adorn the drawers and the door. A bit of cluny lace is decoupaced to the top edge of the piece.
The rails surrounding the changing surface are painted white. The center rail features a wooden medallion that is accented with pink glaze and flanked by handpainted roses. The table is topped with a foam pad covered with soft batting and pink gingham.
Ellery's rosebud romper is also included. It is made of a lightweight seersucker. A silk ribbon is embroidered to the the gingham waistband.
The closet is the perfect place to hang Ellery's rosebud romper and her other new little clothes! Six minature hangers are included for this purpose.
The spacious drawers will hold lots of stuff, but Ellery seems to enjoy having this bottom drawer empty. What a great spot for a game of "Peek-a-boo!"