Nursery Themes Using Engineer Prints

Why hello there!  As some of you may already know, last month I shared how to make a faux pull-down chart from an engineer print.  Well since then it has become increasingly more obvious {mainly to my husband because they're multiplying in our home} that I am OBSESSED.  I mean, have you noticed how I've been sneaking them in to all my post pictures lately...?

Like here

annnnnnd couldn't help myself here either

Can't stop won't stop.  I simply must share some more...

So because they give such a strong nod to those vintage school house pull-down charts, I can't help but feel they would be so cute for kids!  You can so easily 

do something custom, cute, cheap, and even educational for any baby's nursery theme {not that Caleb and I are looking for ideas - just because we're married and I mentioned the word baby doesn't make me pregnant people.}  ;)

I mean, couldn't you see this vintage car print in a boys room?

Source:  The Graphics Fairy

How about this sweet alphabet print?

Source: Just Something I Made

Source: Just Something I Made

Are you seeing the potential yet?  Maybe this will help...

Transient

This hot air balloon print could take any nursery Up Up and Away...

How about a  sailing ship for your Little Sailor...

Or a noble stag to watch over your Woodland Adventurer...

The possibilities are endless!  I think that last one is my fave...  

Have another great idea for these cheap black & white engineer prints?  We'd love to see how you do it!  Tag us in your projects #ChelseasGarage!

Happy Wednesday ya'll,

~ Cate

This post was published under Chelsea's Garage, now affectionately known as StyleMutt.