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We Heart Our Sponsors

We have sooo many exceptional sponsors partnering with Project Nursery this quarter and we wouldn’t be able to blog without their support. Please help us thank our sponsors by taking a few moments to hop on over to their shops and browse (or better yet, buy!). We know your going to love what you see…

Calling all first time moms! You’ll be adding key words such as “bundleme”, “pacifier pods” and many more thanks to JJCole USA in no time!

Oh Layla Grayce, how we adore thee. From sweet accessories, bedding galore to modern children’s decor!

Name Your Design canvas’ are a welcome addition to any family’s home. You won’t be disappointed, we promise.

The woman behind The TomKat Studio is just as adorable as all of her DIY goodies.

They create simply the cutest little creatures to inspire your next baby shower or celebration over at Gifts Define.

We love a designer who is just as “obsessed” with stationary as we are. We also love a discount. Visit Ink Obsession Designs and use code “BLOG10” for 10% off.

The concept is ingenious and so will be your party. Buy your invites and the matching decor that comes along in just one stop at The Celebration Shoppe.

Amazing – we know – we admire:  Little Crown Interiors.

With Pixie Dust’s timeless and charming fabrics, we like to think they can make anything possible…

Everything cool & everything hip: Ah heck, Spunky Sprout sells just about everything you (ok, we!) want for modern kids and their decor.

Bring joy and laughter by bringing in Carla Daly‘s jungle art into your nursery.

Re-create a simple dream or an entire magical scene with wall murals and decals from Create A Mural.

Sarah Jane Studios brings to life precious childhood memories and a vintage touch to the modern home.

Sometimes simple is better! Consider Angel Baby Bedding for sweet, soft and subtle crib bedding.

Express your child’s every changing personality with vibrant, fun (and temporary) vinyl wall decals from Curly Cue wall graphics.

Vintage is in! Enjoy discovering trinkets and cherished mementos of past generations uncovered by Little Miss Heirlooms.

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