In its previous life this pretty memo board was a castoff crib spring. With so many drop-rail cribs deemed unsafe and taken out of circulation (and many fixed-rail cribs chewed or otherwise rendered too janky to be handed down) it shouldn't be too hard to find a crib spring to upcycle.
Ashley at The Handmade Home made the memo board for Peyton, her friend's nine-year-old daughter whose room was due for a big girl upgrade. She made a MDF frame for the spring, wrapped it with strips of fabric and stitched up a few flowers for the corner.
Read more: on The Handmade Home and check out the rest of Peyton's room here.
(Image: The Handmade Home)