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Giveaway: Little Art From the Heart


Little Art Collector is passionate about bringing art to the rooms and lives of children. When planning the nursery, furniture and bedding often take center stage but it’s the walls that offer a great opportunity to start your child’s very own art collection.  Proud mom of two boys, Hilary Hill recently started Little Art Collector to showcase unique and beautiful artwork designed specifically for the littlest of collectors. Hillary says, “We offer parents a place where they can purchase original fine art and limited edition prints, so you are not just decorating, you are purchasing an heirloom… and maybe even raising a little art collector of your own.”

Looking to integrate more art in your child’s life? Check out Little Art Collector’s 10 simple ways to do so here.  In the meantime, Hilary and Little Art Collector have graciously offered “Morning Swim” to our readers as this week’s featured giveaway. Very Exciting! This painting is a little gem – a neutral painting that would work in either a baby girl’s or boy’s room. It would also make an incredible nursery gift. To enter this contest, follow the these steps:

1. Comment on this post with your favorite piece of art created by your child or created by you from childhood. Macoroni art counts!!! :)
2. If you haven’t subscribed to our daily blog, make sure you enter your email in our “Subscribe Now ” section for extra credit. If you are already a Project Nursery subscriber or added a feed, just let us know AND THANK YOU!
3. Contest ends at 11:59pm, Friday, August 29, 2008.
4. Winner is selected by

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Tuesday 2nd of September 2008

[...] for winning the darling painting “Morning Swim” which was so generously donated by Little Art Collector. This past weekend, I made a trip to the De Young Museum with both kids in tow to check out the [...]


Friday 29th of August 2008

My favorite piece of art is where she drew me as a stick figure and and wrote Mom underneath it. It's been over 10 years since she drew it and I still have it.

kathy pease

Friday 29th of August 2008

i cant choose a fav anything my kids make is a oldest daughter would have been 24 and i have saved everything she made as a child

Valerie C

Friday 29th of August 2008

My favorite piece of art was actually done by my niece - she is 4 and she loves the ocean. She made this amazing fingerpainting of different shades of blue and green (the waves), a big red scribble (lobsters), some yellow dots (fish) and a big red and gold and green shape - a mermaid. It is very cool and looks like something you would see at MOMA! :) My son is still at the crayon-chewing stage, but I can't wait until we progress to finger paints!

Susan C

Friday 29th of August 2008

On my sons first day of school he drew a picture of a school bus that I still treasure. He is 28 years old now!