April 20, 2011

First comes love..

… then comes marriage. Feel free to sing the “k-i-s-s-i-n-g song” throughout the remainder of this post. :)

Remember back in the day when you used to doodle your crush all over your notebook? No? Just me…

Regardless, our newest pieces of artwork makes me giggle every time I enter the room. Who knew I’d never grown out of this stage? Our first year anniversary nearing in on us is really bringing out the best of me. Ha.

We used our famous go-to Ikea Ribba frames to shape up these adorable prints of our initials “r” and “j”. The yellow heart may look familiar from this post. I’m really loving how all the mustard accents are pulling this room together.

And just in case anyone is wondering where our love maps are residing these days, they’ve found a nice little spot in the bedroom as well.

I may never fully recover from how seriously charming these little maps are. Check out the rundown on them here.

Any sentimental artwork lately?

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7 thoughts on “First comes love..

    1. Jessie R. Post author

      Hi Erica – I got the Initial Prints a while back but I do believe they came from Etsy. I would help with a link if I had one! If I run across them again I’ll be sure to let you know the source.
      Jessie

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      1. Lauren Aiken

        Your bedroom is so cute! I love the initial prints too! Do you happen to have the name of the Etsy store? I think you can actually go back and look at your purchases (Click “Your Account” in the upper right and then “Purchases”) and find it that way!

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        1. Jessie R. Post author

          Thanks Lauren!
          I actually don’t think we got the prints on Etsy, although I’m sure something similar could be found there. Apologies for the lack of source :( Wish I had more details..
          Jessie

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    1. Jessie R. Post author

      Thanks Katie :)
      The walls in the master bedroom are Ben Moore’s Chelsea Gray HC-168.
      Jessie

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      1. Susan

        My goodness, you sure are talented! I’d like know how you created the built-in look with the Ikea wardrobes. Is it simply framed in with dry wall? Nice clean look. Thank you!

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