You all know I love a good DIY but I love one even more when it’s incredibly simple. I knew I wanted a boho textured feel for a crib skirt in the nursery but I was struggling to find some that were affordable. Etsy has an incredible selection of adorable baby bedding but I knew I could make something more custom for our little girl. I found two of these table runners in the Target clearance and fell in love with the stitching, tassels, and colors. With these two table runners, I created this super easy DIY crib skirt.
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What You’ll Need:
- Two table runners
- Piece of scrap fabric
- Sewing machine
The first step to creating your DIY crib skirt is to cut your scrap piece of fabric to the same size as your crib mattress. This will be attached to the skirt and will sit on top of the metal spring portion of the crib and under the mattress.
Next, cut the two table runners. One table runner will cover one long side and one short side of the crib. You will only need to make one cut on each runner. Pin and sew the cut raw edges of the table runners.
The final step is to pin and sew the right sides of the runner pieces to the scrap piece of fabric. And that is it. Place on the crib and enjoy your cute custom DIY crib skirt.
I am so happy with how this turned out. It adds such a cute statement to the room and also allows coverage under the crib so we can use that space for storage. If you try this out, please tag me in your photos on Instagram @rufusandhenrietta. I always love to see your projects and how you make each DIY your own.
And in case you’re not able to DIY at the moment but like the look, here are some super cute boho nursery items:
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