My countdown to Baby Giveaway is over – yet I’m still carrying this little guy and have one week left. (There’s always a little hope that you go early!) So I suppose the best thing to do is to have another giveaway, seems logical, right?
I’ve gone over all of my essentials as far as feeding, sleeping, basics and gear are concerned. And although I’ve gone over some really important essentials – there’s so much more preparation that comes with having a baby. I find myself making lists as though life is ending in one week and I have so much to do. When in all reality I’ve learned, you have a baby and life moves on. There’s definitely some down time, but life picks right back up and carries on, but it’s still more fun to be organized and prepared in the process!
Today’s giveaway comes from my good friend Amy at Ink’d Design (She’s who we spend the fourth of July with as well as many other long summer nights in the pool.) She’s setting you up to style the nursery (the fun part for me of having a baby!) and be an organized mom in the process with a “Decorate and Organize” giveaway. This giveaway includes a 3 month subscription to Ink’d Design Print Packs (check out the website for more information here) as well as a set of her amazing Nursery Prints, a $200 value.
The larger prints are 11×14 (and fit perfectly in the frames from Ikea) and are double sided, while the others vary in size and are single sided – they make a darling addition to any nursery!
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You know I've been reading her blog for a while from yours…It's okay Amy…I'm cool…ask Kara 🙂 AH! Love this stuff! I've been trying to decide the best way to convince the husband the monthly subscription is totally necessary!
If you're reading my blog & Kara's it is a SURE sign that you are, in fact, the coolest! haha! Thanks.
I don't need to enter the contest but I was wondering if you could give some tips on how you get your photos to be so crisp and sharp? Thanks!
For the most part – the sharpness comes from the high quality lens that I shoot with. I bought it several years ago and it never leaves my camera. I use the single point focusing feature on my camera and I always put the focal point on one of the eyes of the person I shooting. I also use my photo editing program to sharpen it for web viewing. Hope this helps!
Fun post! I entered today. Love Amy with Ink'd Designs. 🙂