If you were to take a look at the walls throughout our home, you would find a nice mixture of artwork (mostly purchased at HomeGoods), photos of us, our dog and our family, and some of my favorite printable artwork that I have collected, framed and hung over the last year or so.
I don't just print any old printable that I find on the internet. I typically spend time browsing Pinterest or Etsy, and select a few sites or shops that I feel have the style and quality that I'm looking for. After all, I don't want to be printing and hanging something one week, only to take it down three weeks later because I'm tired of it. Who has time for that anyways?
So, when April from Growing Up Loved reached out to me about putting together a review and giveaway, I spent time browsing her shop and admiring her work before we went any further. Whether you're looking for an inspirational print for your kitchen, or decorating an entire nursery, you will find lots of affordable, great options at Growing Up Loved. April describes her shop with the following sentence: 'Decorate your home with art that encourages hope, positive attitudes and reminds your family daily how loved they are.'
April's site is easy to use for both browsing and purchasing, and even better, most of the artwork is available for immediate printing right after your purchase is made! You can even get some of the prints personalized with a name, etc.
It was hard to narrow down my favorites, but here are a couple of the prints that I ordered for myself.
These are just a few of my favorite. The shop has so much more to offer!
April has been kind enough to offer one of my readers a $50 gift card code to use in her shop! Now, instead of just admiring all of the beautiful prints, one lucky winner will actually be able to shop for FREE! Simply use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter. This giveaway starts today and will close at 7PM on Thursday, June 13th. A winner will be selected at random and announced on Friday, June 14th!
I was not compensated for this review, and the opinions expressed here are solely my own. I did receive a code for $25 to spend in the Growing Up Loved shop.