vintage print sale and anabelle’s nursery

so i've wanted to share some pictures of anabelle's nursery forever, but i didn't know quite how to without tying it to something sale-related. because that's why you guys are here. i know this!

so when i found out that little dutchess design wanted to collaborate and offer my readers a special discount, i knew this was the perfect opportunity to show you her nursery with their unbelievably cute children's prints.

basically what little dutchess designs is all about is giving you beautiful prints that you can change up all the time so you don't have to stare at the same piece and get completely bored with it after a couple months. i adore this idea! plus, just wait until you see how cute some of these prints are.

i chose to put some of the children's decor prints in anabelle's nursery because they fit so well with the whimsical girly theme i already have in there. i love that i can interchange several prints throughout the year if i want to and it takes me about 10 seconds. well, my husband. but you get the idea.


they also have a really fun holiday line that i love because i am actually terrible about decorating for just about any holiday except maybe christmas! so this is an easy way out for me to put something pretty and festive up in my home.

here's one in my living room that will be perfect for easter


or a cute children's christmas print that i could also display during the holidays


right now they're offering 10% off for mint arrow readers with the code SPRING10. with their starter packages, you can pick a frame and three prints all for less than you'd pay for just the frame from most places! their frames are solid wood and the gold ones are gold leaf so they are extremely high-quality and will last forever if you take good care of them.


so what do you think? would you use these in your home? what do you think of the interchangable prints? let me know in the comments!

Corrine Stokoe

Corrine Stokoe is a blogger, podcaster and content creator behind the brand Mint Arrow. She and her husband Neil live in South Orange County with their 5 kids, she runs her blog and business with 7 team members, where they find the best daily deals and share favorite finds in fashion and beauty. They also run a podcast called Mint Arrow Messages. Mint Arrow has been featured in Forbes, Women's Wear Daily, Business Insider, The Wall Street Journal, AdWeek and Allure. Corrine is passionate about sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ as often as she can and teaching others to use social media for good.

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  1. So cute!! I love the chandellier! Would you mind sharing where it is from? I am in the process of redecorating my nursery and would love to know 🙂 Thanks Corrine!

    1. kristal i wish i knew the exact brand i’m sorry! i bought the chandelier from a lady who sells overstock items from her home. if you happen to be local, she lives in north ogden utah and sells stuff on KSL all the time and gets repeat items a lot. you could look on KSL if you’re in utah. if not, this might not make much sense 🙂

  2. Those are so cute! Where did you get that cute white frame in the nursery?

    PS I love your blog so much! I have gotten soo many good deals from it! I got my city select stroller, video baby monitor, and so many other baby products that you’ve recommended! Today I even ordered a swimsuit from ASOS for myself! So thank you!

    1. bea i’m so sorry! i don’t know the exact name of the brand of chandelier. i bought it from a lady who sells overstock items out of her home. if you are local you can look at items on KSL and see if she posts the chandelier again as i know she gets repeat items a lot. in the meantime i’ll definitely be on the lookout and see if i can find it online for you guys! XO

    1. hi rosemary, i have the 12×16 frame and the prints here are from the childrens, christmas and easter lines. hope that helps! 🙂

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