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Reading Nook for Kids

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Comments (14)
  1. Maria says:

    I love the stencil in the background. Great job!

  2. Craft Mom says:

    adorable. I love the colors

  3. Jaime says:

    This is so sweet for a little girls room. I really like the stencil behind it too. It’s a nice touch.

  4. Love it! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  5. Ellie says:

    Great idea! who wouldn’t be inspired to read here?

  6. Niki says:

    Dinah, this is Adorable!! I love the tree.

  7. Dinah Wulf says:

    Thank you everyone!!!!

  8. araceli says:

    whats the size of the photo ledges?

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      Hi Araceli, These are 4″ in depth and 45″ in length.

      1. How do I mount the photo ledges? Do I need a drill?

        1. Dinah Wulf says:

          Yes! I had to use a drill and anchors.

  9. I am inspired to create a painted wooden framed sign that says I CAN READ. Being schizoaffective, it is difficult for me to read books from beginning to end….I plan to create a book nook around my corner desk, as I fall asleep when I read in bed!!! And some of my books will be displayed, so I feel encouraged to read them! My plan is to return to university in my 40s which will require a lot of reading. In the meantime, I actually want to read my non school books. I collect children’s books; psychology books; and medical books….I am 39. I will be 40 on June 25th!!!

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      Congrats on returning to school! I definitely know how you feel being a former grad school student! I think that’s a great idea to help inspire you to read. Happy early birthday!!

      1. Thank you so much, Dinah!!!

        I would love to finish my bachelor’s degree and then take Montessori training or go to medical school!

        How did you mount the spice racks on the wall? Do I need a drill? I am looking for book display shelving that does not require a drill!!!

        I would like to create a special display for my childrens books!

        I am honored to receive encouragement from you, Dinah! You are an accomplished lady….

        – Jennifer Ann de la Torre

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