DIY Stuffed Bunnies by Anders Ruff!

Post by Adria Ruff of Anders Ruff

andersruff-diy.stuffed.easter.bunny-07I don’t know about you, but my girls are getting super excited for the Easter Bunny to arrive in a couple weeks. We have been decorating at my house and to get ready for this Easter season, I decided to make DIY Stuffed Easter Bunnies with scrap fabric and ribbon I had laying around the house. I’ve created a tradition that every Easter I give the girls some sort of Easter Bunny. Now that the girls are older, I like coming up with more creative bunnies – ones that we can make together and create memories along the way. I’ve seen several ways to make your own stuffed bunnies and this particular style caught my eye. I designed an Anders Ruff FREE PRINTABLE Stuffed Easter Bunny  to share with you, so you can make some too!

Supplies needed:

Anders Ruff FREE PRINTABLE Stuffed Easter Bunny
Scrap Fabric
Scrap Ribbon
Sewing Machine
Needle & Thread
Pinking Scissors
Sewing Pins
2.5″ – 3″ Yarn Poms – Tutorial Here
Pillow Stuffing
Wooden skewer/dowel rod  *helpful to poke stuffing in the corners


1. Print template on 8.5×11 cardstock.
2. Trim along line.
3. Cut two pieces of fabric, allowing 1/4” extra all the way around template. Fabric will be approximately 7“ x 11.5”.
4.  Trace bunny on reverse side of fabric, 1/4” outside of the template line (draw it freehand, so the bunny is bigger than template). If you don’t want bunny to be bigger, that is fine too… but this gives you a larger size option.
5.  Pin both pieces of fabric together, (right side to right side) and cut both at once with pinking scissors.
6.  Flip fabric and place together (wrong side to wrong side), so right sides are exposed. Repin together.
7.  Starting at the bottom left foot, sew 1/4” along the entire edge until you reach the right foot.

andersruff-diy.stuffed.easter.bunny-039. Leave 2” opening at the bottom for stuffing.
10.  Stuff bunny. A wooden skewer or dowel rod comes in handy, when trying to get the stuffing in the bunny and feet corners.  You have to poke it in to fill the corners.
11.  Hand stitch bottom to close.
12. Tie ribbon around neck. (I used 3/4″ ribbons in different colors – I tied in a knot and trimmed off the edges to create little bow-ties)


13.  Sew on a 2.5” – 3” yarn pom for bunny tail. Tutorial Here
14. Tails will create a way for bunnies to stand upright.
15. Create several bunnies with various shades & colors!andersruff-diy.stuffed.easter.bunny-05

Are these bunnies cute or what??  Brynne helped me pick out color combos and Graycie helped me stuff the bunnies and also helped me make the yarn pom bunny tails.  The girls and I loved them so much, that we decided to put them on our mantel display this year!  And the best part… I didn’t spend a dime like I have on several other Easters – all my supplies were found right here, in my house!!!andersruff-diy.stuffed.easter.bunny-06

How fun would these be in your kids’ Easter Baskets? Or pass them out as favor gifts if you are hosting an Easter dinner at your home. You can even make adult versions by making them in neutral colored fabrics such as linens & burlap with twine neck ties.


Even my husband commented on how much he liked these festive little bunnies… and we didn’t even prompt him to say it! Have fun creating new Easter Memories for your family – We would love to hear what Easter traditions your family does each year!  Feel free to share with us your family favorites!

Stella’s Modern Girly Nursery

It’s always exciting to come across photos of our customers’ rooms on Instagram. One customer, Brooke, had posted a couple pics of her daughter Stella’s nursery. It is so adorable, we asked if we could share those pics and more on our blog!

11004011_942501032428802_1852076731_nInspired by Kourtney Kardashian’s nursery for daughter Penelope, Brooke added personal touches that baby Stella can treasure for years to come. She designed the print above the crib and the pray sign that sits on the shelf. 11005924_942501669095405_1318891376_n copy11004948_942501589095413_280980394_nThe Newport Cottages bookcase displays dolls, personalized items, and pretty vintage decor.11005749_942501925762046_1803899007_nBrooke found the mirror (which hangs above the crisp white changing table) at an antique store and painted it gold. The rocking horse was also an antique store find!11006146_942501982428707_628429251_n copyThe tree bookcase is always a show-stopper! The quirky modern bookcase holds baby Stella’s books and a few cute dolls to boot. 11004087_942501992428706_408000000_n11005791_942502009095371_1121540133_nBrooke chose the Empire Rocker for this corner of the nursery, adding a chic, modern look to the room.11016517_942501342428771_1522945097_n copyStella even has a comfy chair her own size – the Parker Child Chair in a beautiful orchid velvet fabric! We think it’s too cute that she has a miniature version of Mom’s chair!11004844_942501362428769_1718425109_nAbout the nursery, Brooke says, “I love a modern girly nursery with a vintage touch. I’ve had  a ton of people ask about the tree bookcase and the rocking chair!”

What is your favorite part of this room?


Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Mixed Fruit

Rug: Madeline Weinrib

Changing Station: Rosenberry Rooms

Rocking Chair: Rosenberry Rooms

Tree Bookcase: Rosenberry Rooms

Mini Chair: Rosenberry Rooms

Bookcase: Rosenberry Rooms (similar)

Crib: Sparrow Crib in White by Oeuf

Mirror: Vintage

Art: Handmade

“Love” Print: Lucy Darling Shop

Design Reveal: Catarina’s Nursery!

The talented interior designers at Sissy+Marley have shared one of their latest projects – Catarina’s nursery! Using their signature neutral tones, this nursery is serene yet still packs a lot of punch.SaraTThe Oeuf dresser does double duty as a changing table and a place for storage. Three large drawers offer plenty of storage for clothes, toys, and other items wished to be tucked away. SaraT The Zee Wallpaper (by Sissy+Marley for Jill Malek) adds a beautiful subtle pattern to the walls. SaraT Built-in storage provides the perfect place for books, toys art and beautiful decor. SaraT We also love the stump stool next to this modern rocker by Monte Design. Its neutral, woodsy color and natural texture complement the wood tones found in the other furnishings. SaraTThank you to Sissy+Marley for sharing this gorgeous room with us! Well done, ladies!


Interior Design by SISSY+MARLEY. Photos by Marco Ricca.


Crib: Stokke
Dresser/changer: Oeuf
Rocker: Monte Design
Stump Stool: Kalon Studios
Wallpaper: SISSY+MARLEY for Jill Malek
Rug: Ugg
Dolls: Jess Brown
Art work: Animal Print Shop
Pillows: Atsuyo Et Akiko
Deer Head: Tamar Mogendorff

Featured in the March 2015 issue of Pregnancy & Newborn!

Our friends over at Pregnancy & Newborn magazine have chosen 3 Rosenberry Rooms products for their March 2015 issue!

pnmag-march2015-coverTwo of our products – the Luther Cabana Stripes Pendant and the Distressed Red Barco Bookends – were featured in this adorable, modern nautical nursery design! The navy blue stripes of the pendant are a great focal point for the ceiling, and the bookends add a nice pop of red to the top of the dresser!
pnmag-march2015-pg95Our Forest Jumble Wooden Puzzle and Block Set also made it into this roundup of timeless wooden toys. Made of certified natural beech wood, this wooden block set can be used for stacking and as a puzzle!pnmag-march2015-pg96 Thanks again to Pregnancy & Newborn for including us!

WIN a Bed or Crib from Newport Cottages!

Modern yet comfortable, the new Max Collection by Newport Cottages will create a clean and inviting space for your child. With incredible moulding details and spectacular shiny hardware, this is a collection that will boost the style factor in your home.

In honor of this new stunning collection, you can WIN a crib or bed for your child’s room! max-bed-13 max-crib-13Rosenberry Rooms has partnered with Newport Cottages to give away one Max Crib OR Max Bed to one lucky winner! Head on over to and pin pieces from the new Max Collection to enter. Then feel free to peruse our site and pin other items for additional entries! The more you pin, the bigger your chance to win!
Blog-MaxGiveaway-Feb2015The contest ends Monday, March 2, 2015. The winner will be announced Tuesday, March 3, 2015. Good luck!

Introducing the Spring 2015 Collection from Petunia Pickle Bottom

mainWe are head over heels for the stunning new prints from Petunia Pickle Bottom this season!  The Spring 2015 season is filled with rich, vibrant colors and bold patterns ranging from modern florals to trendy geometric prints.

The Altogether Tote Diaper Bag will leave you feeling confident and carefree. This modern tote-style diaper bag is perfect for carrying around all of the essential baby items – even some Mommy items, too! altogether-tote-diaper-bag-paprika-11altogether-tote-diaper-bag-constellation-9altogether-tote-diaper-bag-paprika-9downtown-tote-diaper-bag-blooming-brixham-24The Statement Satchel Diaper Bag is a versatile, stylish bag that is perfect for the modern Mom. Featuring a smart, functional design, this bag can be worn two ways and can easily transition from day to night! statement-satchel-diaper-bag-paprika-7statement-satchel-diaper-bag-electric-citrus-7The Tailored Tote Diaper Bag from Petunia Pickle Bottom features a modern, stylish and functional design. With three interior pockets and two exterior side bottle pockets, this tote diaper bag is spacious enough got all of your essentials!

tailored-tote-diaper-bag-constellation-7The Wistful Weekender is the perfect overnight bag for the modern mother. An exceptionally functional diaper bag, it has not only features needed for travel, but is perfect for a mother with children on the move.wistful-weekender-diaper-bag-sleepy-seychelles-8 wistful-weekender-diaper-bag-sweet-rose-8wistful-weekender-diaper-bag-sleepy-seychelles-10The Boxy Backpack combines sleek and functional design elements making this the perfect everyday diaper bag. A great companion for a mother’s outings, whether to the park, a play date or a trip to town.boxy-backpack-diaper-bag-blooming-brixham-11Which of these beautiful bags can you see yourself carrying this spring?

Modern Marsala Nursery

color-of-the-year-2015Who says Pantone’s 2015 Color of the Year, Marsala, isn’t a good fit for the nursery? This red-brown hue may seem like an unconventional choice, but that’s why we love it!

Try mixing it into a modern-and-minimal, black-and-white nursery design for a totally unique look! This color scheme can work for both a boy or a girl and provides just enough edginess while still being fun, bold and playful.



1. Cylinder Pendant / 2. Pillow / 3. Crib / 4. Glider and Ottoman / 5. Stuffed Toy / 6. Hamper / 7. Star Wallpaper / 8. Rug / 9. Crib Sheet / 10. Heart Art / 11. Star Art / 12. Wall Sconce / 13. Dresser / 14. Stump Stool / 15. Toy Storage

What do you think of Pantone’s Color of the Year? Would you incorporating this color into your nursery or kid’s room?

Rosenberry Rooms Featured in February 2015 Pregnancy & Newborn!

How exciting! Two Rosenberry Rooms products have been featured in the 2015 issue of Pregnancy & Newborn magazine! Check out our Kate Spade Black Stripe Nesting Boxes and Villa Home Collection Pink Yasmin Pillow in this eclectic collection of nursery decor.
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Boxes: Kate Spade Black Stripe Nesting Boxes  //  Pillow: Villa Home Collection Pink Yasmin Pillow

Bear Bear's First Birthday

This amazing party was sent to us by Amanda from Lily + Spice Interiors. With the help of The Swank Social, Amanda did a beautiful job putting together this first-birthday party for her son (who she affectionately calls “Bear Bear” – so sweet!). Check out all the stunning black-and-white details – including bowties and mustaches, of course!static1.squarespace-8static1.squarespaceLarge balloon and fancy frill from Confetti & Co
static1.squarespaceDonut cups from TomKat StudioAmanda-3 Amanda-20“B” piñata handmade by The Swank SocialAmanda-25Cotton candy jars from Petite PufAmanda-29Cookies from Shop the Whisk
banner“One” banner from Carousel Paper & Costatic1.squarespace-1Birth story print from Kardz Kouturestatic1.squarespace-2Fan backdrop handmade by The Swank Socialstatic1.squarespace-3Confetti poppers from Confetti & Costatic1.squarespace-4Ombre naked cake from Cake by Annie
Cake topper from Confetti & Sparkle Party Shopstatic1.squarespace-5Popcorn cups from TomKat Studiostatic1.squarespace-6Honeycomb garland from Carousel Paper & Costatic1.squarespace-7Goodie bags from The TomKat Studiostatic1.squarespace-9 static1.squarespace-10Striped straws and silver washi tape from Carousel Paper & Costatic1.squarespace-11Delicious and amazing paninis from Sunday Dinner Sistersstatic1.squarespace-12Custom “Bear Bear” print from Rizzle and Rugeestatic1.squarespace-13Flowers from Floralistastatic1.squarespace-14Bow tie party hat from Carousel Paper & Co
Licorice bib from Snap Bibs
Bow tie from Arrow and Lace Designs

Thank you, Amanda, for sharing this gorgeous event with us! And we hope that “Bear Bear” had a wonderful first year. Here’s to many more!

Photos by E. Fraser Photography

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Amanda is the founder and freelance stylist of Lily and Spice, where she shares nurseries, kids rooms, DIY projects and more.

WIN a crib from Snooki & Jwoww Season 4!

This contest is now over! Winners announced below.

This week marks the very end of MTV’s Snooki & Jwoww, and the show is definitely going out with a bang. Both girls were pregnant during the final season, each gave birth to a beautiful baby girl (Meilani and Giovanna), and Snooki & Jionni will get married in this week’s last-ever episode!

Rosenberry Rooms was proud to be a part of the final season of Snooki & Jwoww – our furniture was featured in Lorenzo and Meilani’s rooms – and now we’re giving away both cribs used on the show!

There are 2 separate giveaways below – one for Snooki’s crib and one for Jwoww’s crib – so scroll all the way down to see both.


Snooki’s son Lorenzo – now big brother to baby Giovanna – “napped” in our Oeuf Classic Convertible Crib with a wood walnut base (seen in episode 2). Featuring clean, classic design, this crib is made from wood panels on a wood base and is one of the safest and sturdiest available. We are now giving away the crib that was used on the show!


Enter to WIN Snooki’s crib!

Jwoww’s finance Roger and Snooki’s fiance Jionni surprised Jwoww by finishing the nursery for baby Meilani (seen in episode 2). The room was decked out in our Beach Cottage collection, and we are giving away the Beach Cottage Convertible Crib that was used on the show!


Enter to WIN Jwoww’s crib!

Enter below for your chance to win one of these fabulous cribs! There are 2 separate giveaways – one for each crib – so scroll all the way down to see both.

The winner’s shipping address must be located within the 48 contiguous United States. Please note that these were the actual cribs used on the show and may have slight wear.

WIN SNOOKI’S CRIB (Scroll down for Jwoww’s) Enter now


Holly Becker's Nursery Tour

When we stumbled upon Holly Becker’s nursery for her son, we just knew we had to share it! Holly is the founder and managing editor of decor8, a blog dedicated to sharing unique, inspiring and beautiful products, people and places with a heavy focus on creativity and decorating.

Holly and her husband, Thorsten, worked together to renovate this room in time before their son was born. They started with the most important piece of furniture – the crib – and decorated around it. A changing table just to the left of the crib makes diaper changes a breeze, and fun trinkets are displayed above.

after_hollybeckerThe wallpaper was the jumping-off point for this room. Applied only to a feature wall, it’s a beautiful backdrop to the room without feeling too overpowering. Its modern-yet-vintage vibe adds just the right amount of contrast to all the white furniture, oak floors and light-colored walls. Well done!babyroom16Opposite the crib is the mini library book shelf, providing the perfect place to store books, toys and trinkets. A gallery wall is prominently displayed above the book shelf, featuring vintage, indie and handmade art.  Holly used washi tape to hang some of the art for a more casual (and flexible) look. The soft flokati rug softens the entire room, and a custom glider in the corner is ready for snuggling. (Doesn’t the lightning throw pillow add a fun punch of yellow?)after3

To see even more photos and details of Holly’s gorgeous nursery design, click here. (You’ll also have the chance to see the “before” photos, which make this makeover even more impressive!)

Thank you so much to Holly and the decor8 blog for sharing this fabulous room with our fans!

(Photos: Thorsten Becker)


Holly Becker is the founder and managing editor of the blog decor8 (pronounced “decorate”) where she shares unique, inspiring and beautiful products, people and places with a heavy focus on creativity and decorating.  

Valentine Printable from Paisley Petal Events!

Post by Holly Moeller of Paisley Petal Events


I’m the room mom in both my 5th & 1st graders classes this year so I’m always looking for fun things to do for the classroom holiday parties. Don’t Eat Pete is a favorite with kids of all ages so I thought it would be fun to make my own version of this school Valentine’s Day party game – Don’t Eat Val. Foxes are so trendy right now, so our game has a darling little fox theme, which is perfect for both boys & girls!

Dont-Eat-Pete-for-Valentines-Day-board-topIn case you haven’t played before, I’ll give you a quick run-down of how to play. First you place candy or other little treats on each square of the board game. Then you choose someone to go out of the room or just far away that they can’t see or hear what’s going on around the game board. Everyone else chooses which square is going to be “Val” and keeps it secret. Tell the person to come back and then that person starts taking the candy off of the game board one square at a time (and eating it if they want). When they choose the candy covering the square that’s “Val” everyone yells “Don’t Eat Val!” Then it is the next player’s turn and you just continue in the same way until everyone’s had a turn and time runs out. Dont-Eat-Pete-for-Valentines-Day-board-vertical I made the game in a couple different sizes and formats to suit your needs. I made an 8×10 and an 11×14 in JPEG format if you want to print at Costco or another photo place. You could even mount your 11×14 onto some foam core poster board to make it last longer.Dont-Eat-Pete-for-Valentines-Day-board I also made an 8.5×11 PDF to print on cardstock at home or at your favorite print shop (I love Office Depot).Dont-Eat-Pete-for-Valentines-Day-Closeup-collage




Tip: For the JPEG’s, once the image downloads and opens in a new window, simply right click and save to your computer. Then you can upload it to a photo lab.

And check out this post for more classroom Valentine’s Day party ideas!


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With a passion for party and event planning, Holly Moeller started her blog Paisley Petal Events to share ideas and projects, and to inspire others when planning their next event.

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