Alright, here we go:
The crib is the Babyletto Hudson Crib in white from Target, the sheet from Serena & Lilly - since I didn't go all out on crib bedding, I decided to go for some super cute sheets - they were a gift from Eli's grandma. The pillow is from my living room (it'll come out once Eli starts sleeping in there of course) the giraffe sound machine was a gift from Mike's cousin.
The prints are from The Animal Print Shop, nabbed on a black Friday sale. The frames from Ikea. I DIY'd the garland by stringing felt balls (sent all the way from Nepal from this Etsy shop) on white yarn. We hung it on nails that I painted the same color as the wall.
The changing pad and cover are both from Serena and Lilly, another gift.
As I've mentioned before, the dresser is an Ikea hack - I'll walk you all through that in another post, but it's pretty simple to make Ikea dressers look custom!
For the life of me I couldn't get a good pic of the artwork without getting a massive glare or seeing my face clear as day reflected off the glass, so this was the best I could do for you all. I made the artwork on InDesign (I'm sure you could do something similar in Microsoft Word) and had it printed at a local print shop.
The quote is from The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. If you still can't quite read it, here's what it says:
"Aslan," said Lucy. "You're bigger."
"That is because you are older little one," answered he.
"Not because you are?"
"I am not. But every year you grow, you will find me bigger."
-C.S. Lewis, The Chronicles of Narnia
I've always loved the books and when I stumbled across this quote I fell in love with the symbolism - I've found it so true in my life and I pray it will be the same for Eli. (And it didn't hurt that it had a lion in it - another nod to the animal theme.)
The mobile was made by me. I used some leftover felt balls from the garland and the felt animals are Christmas ornaments from West Elm and Crate & Barrel that I picked up on clearance.
The clear bookshelves are these 16" shelves from Clear Solutions. We swapped out the tiny little screws they came with for more heavy duty ones so they could hold the weight of the all the books Eli received. (Believe it or not, I didn't buy him a single one!)
The stool is another Ikea hack, detailed out here.
You can't see it well in this photo but we added gold polka dot wall decals from WallsNeedLove.com to the inside of the closet. The white drawers are part of the Algot storage system from Ikea, the striped bins, grey bins and raccoon bin are all from the Container Store. The closet dividers were made by me, and you can find a tutorial here.
Whew! I think that's it! Please let me know if I missed anything or you have any other questions!