How awesome is this? Hahaha! Today we're giving you a sneak peek at some more nursery wall art, that we've added on the fly, that didn't break the bank. Two pieces that make us smile and we know our lil' man will just love (or be reminded of) too. Read on for how/where we scored these sweet deals.
We scored this awesome Hammerpress print from Urban Outfitters for half off. I literally stared at it for about ten minutes and couldn't decide if I wanted to spend $17 on it, or not. Then I realized how ridiculously frugal I was being and how much it absolutely made me smile. So before I had a chance to talk myself out of it, I quickly raced to the register and busted out my wallet. Done and done! It was the only one on sale and was totally meant for his room.
Here's a snippet about Hammerpress...a company I love.
We scored this great frame from Michael's on super sale...it was only $11. So in total, this piece of wall art only set us back about $30, so worth it.
Why I love Hammerpress! Little nuggets of pressed paper goodness and you can actually see how the print is raised, very cool!
Walt trimmed the edges for us and it fit perfectly in our new frame. Love this!
And here's the image in all its nursery hanging glory. It's sitting above two storage ottomans and a tray (more on that HERE) in the corner of this nursery.
Here's the other piece of wall art we've added. We spied this at IKEA when my parents were here but they didn't have any more in stock. I waited a few weeks and Walt popped by when he was near our IKEA and low and behold, they had it. It's a $10 piece and totally great, right? So worth it! We'll have to name her something extra special...like Mabel. Other suggestions are being accepted.
And I love how the cow print actually sits off the wall like a museum piece. It comes with these great brackets already attached for super easy wall mounting. That made Walt super happy, of course.
Here's a sneak peek at where we are. We still DO have so many other ideas we'd like to tackle before his arrival but it's coming, fast and furiously. We know his nursery will always be a work in progress and we hope to share the room, in its entirety, next week. Maybe in a video and multiple picture form so get ready for that. We have a few more creative projects up our sleeves that we'll tackle (in the next few days) and share soon but then we're hunkering down nad just enjoying the space, for now.