Our boys share a room. When Silas graduated from his crib recently, the boys got bunk beds, leaving us with a blank wall that wasn’t there before.
We let Jack decide how to decorate, and he knew exactly what he wanted: giant framed posters from Paper Source. These “posters” are actually wrapping paper–the fanciest wrapping paper you’ve ever seen, for sure–but wrapping paper all the same.
It costs $3.95 a sheet: expensive for gift wrap, but about as cheap as you can get for a 28 x 20 inch poster.
Our Paper Source opened last year, and every time we go we all gawk at the Cavallini gift wrap. They have an amazing selection of vintage-looking designs.
Here’s a look at some of the other options available:
- Fruits and Vegetables
- Bon Appetite
- Vin Francois
- Le Jardin
- Les Bicyclettes
- Vintage Eiffel Tower
- Vintage Typewriters
We just repainted our kitchen (it had been ten years; it needed it!) and I think the fruit and vegetables print would be perfect there, even though the bicycles are my favorite. Sarah wants the typewriters for her “office,” along with a giant Eiffel tower.
I’d love to hear your solutions for inexpensive and/or DIY wall art–for yourself or for the kids.
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My friend Judy Gordon Morrow’s new devotional The Listening Heart is on sale through January 31. I’ve been working my way through it and think many of you would appreciate it.
I’m currently making my way through the newly released Clutterfree with Kids. Will is loving this book–even though he hasn’t read it–because I just started it Tuesday and I’ve already purged a whole bunch of shoes and books. The Kindle book is still at the introductory price of $2.99; I’m finding section 2 to be worth that much on its own.
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