Furniture, Giveaways

Giveaway: Franklin & Ben Liberty 3-in-1 Crib

We’ve got a fantastic way to kick off your week! Our friends from Franklin & Ben have partnered up with us to offer our readers the chance to win their beautiful Liberty Crib ($399 value)! There is something so crisp and clean about a white crib. It almost seems like a blank canvas to paint your nursery design around.

We thought what better way to celebrate that than to make this a little pinning contest! See below for more details on how to enter the giveaway. First let’s talk a little more about the fabulous prize.

The Liberty is a 3-in-1 convertible crib with a toddler rail. The crib can convert to a toddler bed or a day bed when your child gets older, which means you can really get your mileage out of this crib. With its classic design and striking good looks, you’ll be happy to keep this piece of furniture in your child’s room as long as possible. The crib has four adjustable mattress positions to keep your baby safe and your back comfortable.

The spindle crib can easily become the focal point in any nursery. The only question is what design will you build around it. We’d love to see it! So join us in our secret (or not so secret) pinning obsession and create your own pinboard on Pinterest to enter to win.

WIN IT! One lucky Project Nursery reader will win the Franklin & Ben Liberty 3-in-1 Convertible Crib (a $399 value).

HOW TO ENTER: Create an original Pinterest Board with a minimum of 9 pins. Include at least 3 images (including the Liberty Crib) from Franklin & Ben/MDB Studio, at least 3 images from Project Nursery and at least 3 images from a source of your choice.

Enter your board by leaving a link to your pinboard in a comment below. In the description of each of your pins, please include the hashtags: #projectnursery #franklinandben #nursery. The winning pinboard will be selected by Project Nursery and Franklin & Ben based on style and creativity. Contest ends Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 at 11:59 PDT. See sample pinboards below.

FOR YOUR PINBOARD TO BE ELIGIBLE YOU MUST ALSO EITHER:

1. “Like” Project Nursery and Franklin & Ben on Facebook.

OR

2. Follow Project Nursery and Franklin & Ben on Twitter.

 

 

 

 

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    This crib was true love at first sight! Almost everything in our son’s nursery with be handmade or have a personal touch. (Wish us luck, we are amateurs!) We know this beautiful, quality crib will complete it amazingly! Can’t wait to finish the room and share with these two great sponsors, Franklin & Ben and Project Nursery, and of course on pinterest! Would be such a blessing to win this crib. I have been liking as well as doing lots of sharing!
    Thank you :)
    http://pinterest.com/nicoleseneca/noah-s-true-project-nursery/

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    I am a mother of a 21 month old girl and a 3 month boy my inspiration is very earthy and citrus based colors, and most important gender neutral design.

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    We’re “liking” both companies on Facebook as we enjoy looking at all these great entries! Good work, mommas!

    Our board is at:

    http://pinterest.com/MrsGarth/liberty-crib-nursery-just-add-baby/

    A bit about us, since everyone seems to be sharing their stories (so fun to read!):

    Our first child should be arriving in about 9 1/2 weeks. (WOW!) We’re in the middle of a major home renovation, so the nursery hasn’t been started yet. It’s busy holding construction supplies and displaced furnishings. Building a virtual nursery for the contest was very therapeutic for me as I’m starting to get anxious about whether or not our home will be ready for our sweet little one. Did I mention that we’re planning a home birth? Oh my, time is short!!

    I was so excited to get the contest information in my inbox. The Liberty was our “pie in the sky” crib choice, out of reach budget-wise with the renovation costs. How fun it was to spend time dreaming up a nursery to match our dream crib. Thanks, PN and F&B!!

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    Alright, I worked long and hard on this, I am in love with my seedling of an idea, and if I win (and probably if I don’t, I fully plan on doing this when we find a new place, currently looking :-)

    Here is my board http://pinterest.com/jenkcrewell/the-liberty-nursery/

    I like both on facebook and follow both on pinterest, enjoy :-)

    One of my favorite elements in the wall painting I would do of Lady liberty herself and then the wire letters!!

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    Amanda,

    Amanda, Your link to your board is not properly working. Just wanted to flag this for you in case you wanted to try and reload link. Thanks. Sabrina

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