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Hello! my name is Tamar, I am a jewelry and accessory designer behind Nest Pretty Things, we are a husband and wife team and sell online through our website and Etsy shops and wholesale to over 50 shops around the world, my husband Ronen manages the business side and I am the designer and maker. We have a lovely studio in Burlington Vermont and live near by in Shelburne, a beautiful little village right by Lake Champlain, we now have three sons in college (24,22,20) and the sweetest cat Isabel. I love to decorate (you will always find me working on some project or other), cook and garden (I wish our VT season wasn't so short) and travel.

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September 08, 2009


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Nursing cover

oh cool! excellent tutorial. nice! now it's time for my daughter to be my tutee. :D


i just LOVE this headboard!!! i want it for my daughter who is still in a cot... hurry up and grow little one so i can make you this!!!


Fabulous! Thanks for putting that together to share with us.


Yay! That is way fabulous, I love it! I'll be linking to this.

mary the calico cottage

Great headboard. I love the use of color and the button detail.
We made one of these for our son's college bedroom the same way minus the buttons. We used a thick cotton fabric..really a shower curtain from the clearance table at TJ Maxx, bought for a song. The end result was nice, DS liked it very much.
This is an excellent way to pull a room together with color.


I love the different colored buttons against the red, very striking! Thanks for the detailed tutorial.


I love your blog! All of the colors you use in the jewelry you create are so cheery and bright-I love them too! I look forward to your entries every day.


Doreen Frost

Hello. So nice to meet another Vermont Blogger.

What a great tutorial!


Vicki K

Oh thank you! I would love to do something like this for my teenagers but having an 'after' photo really helps the convincing part...

Juliette R.

great tutorial - thorough and not too wordy!

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