12 Days of Christmas Etsy Roundup + a winner

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And, our Paper Theory giveaway winner is:

The greatest thing about our final holiday giveaway is that everyone is a winner… Paper Theory is offering each of you a 10% discount in their shop. Just use the code ANT10 through January 31st. Thank you to everyone who entered and a big thanks especially to Paper Theory for this generous giveaway!
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Summer Salad
Tonight, I’ll be in class. Will you?
all in one day
Posted by Anna (A Newfound Treasure) at 8:34 AM 0 comments
Labels: etsy

The card says it all…

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for the love of gold
yes pls.
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cranberry mojitos in my near future
You can’t go wrong with a mojito, ever. And cranberries take this drink to the next level. Perfect for a little Christmas concoction!

Get the step-by-step recipe here!

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the purging continues…
Flea Market Finds
oh, my.
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Wishlist Wednesday
New jammies for unwrapping gifts on Christmas morning, please! You know you want to look good while that video camera is rolling…

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Brie Bites
Want to see my birthday suit?
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Our Little Boy’s Bedroom
Today, I’m sharing our 3-year-old’s big boy room. It’s practical and well-lived in! Nearly everything is a DIY project, thrifted, or Ikea, so you can get this room on any budget, really.

Hudson’s gallery wall is a compilation of DIY projects and art/prints framed in Ikea’s ribba frames. The deer head is my favorite little project to-date! I found my tacky gold deer statue at a thrift store for $3 and worked a little magic on him. I made the cornice board myself… along with a little help from my handy husband. Still deciding whether or not to add an orange monogram to it??

Do you spy the campaign dresser? It has found a home, complete with a thrifted ($5) red lamp atop of it. The bedding is from Ikea. I was initally on the hunt for a seersucker duvet, but I settled on this navy and white striped one (without texture). I included this amazing rug in a roundup a few months back and had to have it. It’s soft, forgiving and ultra durable. LOVE! I went with a smaller size rug because I plan on eventually having the boys share a room with 2 twin beds (not in this particular room). My thoughts have been to have the rug between the beds. Just wish there was wood instead of carpet… On another note, the headboard was bought at a yard sale for $5. I had painted it white, but when I saw a freakishly similar bedroom by Caitlin… I painted it navy. It looks so much better. But honestly, what are the chances that the gray walls, bedding AND rug would all be in another room?? Couldn’t believe my eyes…

The dresser is Pottery Barn, but I found it at a moving sale, helping me save big. The antique fan and mirror were found at the Sleepy Poet, my favorite antique mall in Charlotte. The acrylic tray was thrifted ($0.50), and houses some of Hudson’s favorite bedtime reads. The chair was thrifted ($3) as well. SURPRISE! 🙂 And, lastly, the throw pillows on the bed and in the chair are a fun ink blot look. You really can’t appreciate how pretty they are in the photos, but they are a great look for a great price! I found mine at a yard sale for $2. Score!

The ABC wall art was found at TJMaxx on clearance for $10. I snatched it up, knowing I’d find a place for it one day. The day has come, and it’s a wonderful addition to our little guy’s room. I found the toy box at Ross for $29.99. Can’t beat that for a thick, woven basket! And here, you can see just how fun those pillows really are:

There you have it! Hudson loves his room, and so do we. Mission accomplished!
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dining room dreaming
in the meantime
Posted by Anna (A Newfound Treasure) at 2:49 PM 5 comments
Labels: bedroom, DIY, ikea, my home, thifting
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