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Ready for a Big Bed



Sarah Kate has been sleeping in a little toddler bed for the past two years.  I decided that she needed to have a big girl bed.  Saturday afternoon Steve was kind enough to take me on a bed search.
I planned to get SK a very nice bed from a nice furniture store that would match the dark furniture in her room.  But, after looking and pricing,  I did NOT want to spend that much money.
So, we ended up going junking.  I found a full size bed and rails for a deal!!!!  I could not pass it up.  Over the weekend I have been painting her new bed.  She is excited to have it in her room.
Now I have to get her some cute sheets for the new bed.
I love projects like these!


Yesterday we had the girls with us in the church service.  Several youth were baptised.  Sarah Kate speaks out in full voice as she points,  "are there fish in there?"

Comments

Nancy said…
Please tell me what color that is! I'm about to paint a headboard for my little girl & that would be a beautiful color to go with her owl bedding!
Tara G. said…
So pretty, Laurie!!! Please show the finished project! :)
Kim said…
Can't wait to see the finished product! SK cracks me up!
Kay-K said…
Laurie, I am going to try and see if can post on your blog. Have tried in past but didn't work. Love Sarah Kate's full-size bed. You did a great job painting it and love the color. Cannot wait to see it. Love, Pop & Kay-K
His Doorkeeper said…
Laurie, Love the headboard and you were smart looking for a used one that you can paint! Can't wait to see the finished product!! You are always so creative!!

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