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Q-tips® Baby Packs Help Make Baby's Corner More Special

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We've never been lucky enough to have a dedicated baby nursery in any of the homes we've lived in. Even after 4 kids, we have still found a way, however, to make their special corner of the world even more special (whether it's the corner of our bedroom or a corner of the living room!)

The new Q-tips Baby Packs we recently sampled were a touching way to keep essential products on hand when you need them, but they were charmingly decorated to make the changing table or play area look like they were made for baby! Just check out how cute these are:











So even if your home isn't equipped for a deluxe nursery to the stars, there's still a way to make it your baby's perfect corner of the world. Wendy Bellissimo, nursery decorating genius, suggests that parents accessorize whenever possible. She recommends that you use classic-looking items, like books and a silver baby bank. We love keeping things simple!

The adorable Baby Packs featured in this post are available in stores now, and contain 285 Q-tips in an adorable box for a little over $3! You can find them at Walmart and Target, or read more at www.qtips.com.

Wanna Win?
We are giving one lucky Lille Punkin' Reader a "Perfect Nursery” Product Pack, which comes with two Q-tips® Baby Packs and a silver elephant bank. To be entered to win, just comment on this post with a nursery decorating tip or story. You have until February 15th at 11:59 am CST to get your entries in, and you can enter every day! (Just comment as directed for your first entry, and for each entry after that, type "Today's Entry!")

Giveaways are subject to complete site rules. Open to persons 18+ U.S. only, please. (Be sure to give us a way to reach you if you win, and remember that we will never use your email or contact info for anything other than to send your prize.) Good luck, and be sure to check out all of our other giveaways!

* A Perfect Nursey Prize pack was provided by Mom Select for this blog post.

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48 comments

  1. I always decorated the nursery in yellow and light greens.

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  2. I like to decorate with the classics like Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  3. I was making curtains for my son's room before he was born. When I hung them up one window was about 3 inches too short. Luckily I had a friend who knew how to put ruffles on the curtains!

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  4. I like pink and brown polka dots and stripes. Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  5. I love the idea of mixing colors up and themes. I like to be different so doing something no ones else really does is great to me.

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  6. changing table bone colored crib rocking and feeding chair and colorful window dressings
    mverno@roadrunner.com

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  7. I think a Chocolate brown nursery would be gorgeous!

    jennifercausby at hotmail dot com

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  8. The Crane Adorable Animals Humidifiers would be a cute and useful addition for a nursery

    ReggieM1961 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  9. My decorating tip is Buy baskets lots of baskets they are great for storing things like baby powders, destine. But the best thing is you can move them from room to room where you need it. And as baby grows you can always use them somewhere else in the house.

    waitressdani (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  10. A decorating tip, make sure the changing table is just the right height for you. This will save you from having to bend over all the time!

    sphinxcw at aol dot com

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  12. I try to keep it minimalistic, not too much stuff which can be distracting to baby. leenburke@yahoo.com

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  13. Use pastel colors for painting the walls and don't clutter the room with alot of furniture and things.
    lgrieser(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  14. Our theme was turtles/beach theme. I did the top 1/2 of the room in a light blue and the bottom half in sage green w/a nice border in the middle. Jenprincess88 at aol dot com

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  17. My tip is that a rocking chair is absolutely necessary

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  19. When decorating a nursery I would keep in mind that babies focus more easily on high contrast colors. Especially black and white. This doesn't mean that everything should be black and white. Just add some touches for baby to focus on instead of entirely pastels.

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  20. My tip- don't make it too babyish, rather use things they can grow with, or easily changable like borders.

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  21. Today's entry-Jenprincess88 at aol dot com

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  22. I like the idea of using different shades of the classic blues and pinks. It makes it look more modern.
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  25. I like bright primary colors for a nursery.

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  27. Today's entry-Jenprincess88 at aol dot com

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  29. These are so cute! I use Q-tips for everything. Thanks.

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  33. I try and find an inspirational piece (such as a piece of art, an heirloom furniture) and use that to set the theme

    apsychmommy at gmail dot com

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  34. Remember not to decorate TOO babyish. You don't want to have to redo everything in a year or two. So use accessories for that "baby" touch. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  35. Thanks for the giveaway...Our nursery was painted in bright colors with the alphabet & numerals on the walls; the coolist item of the whole room was a handmade mobile that rotated using a battery powered motor.

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  36. We had family and friends come over to decorate with pictures and paint the walls, quicker and fun

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  37. I would use a unicorn theme to decorate with.

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  38. I can't wait to decorate with airplanes since we're having a boy this time!

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  39. Thanks for the great contest!
    bahjeep@aol.com

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  40. Ensure that you have a nice rug in the nursery that is baby-friendly, meaning soft enough on the legs and knees not to hurt baby, but low nap in case baby's face ends up on the rug (a common occurence when they are learning to crawl). The space where the rug is evolves as they get older into a nifty play space. We have one with cars and street signs, so it's colorful too, which fascinates baby.

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  41. my favorite nursery theme is clowns and balloons decals bedding it is just so cheerful :)

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  42. I definitely like to decorate with a 'theme' that can grow with the child.

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  44. Keep the room simple. Alot of knick knacks will cause clutter when u need space for all the diapers, clothes and toys the baby will need.

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  45. I always found that if I put a few safe things in the crib that entertain quietly, I could get a few more minutes of sleep. A little musical fish aquarium toy (set to quiet), some black and white cloth shape pictures, etc. It's great to hear little baby gurgles and 'aaaahhh's' before you walk in.

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  46. tip- cover your baby wipes and diaper cartons, lotion bottles, etc with co-ordinating pee and stick in a pattern of your choice to match your nursery.

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  48. Contrast is good for interest, as the baby eyesight develops.

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