Fab Freebie: Say Grace

***This giveaway is no longer accepting entries***

Since our eyes are constantly peeled for fun nursery art lately, we’re psyched to bring you this week’s giveaway from Grace Hester Designs. And even if you’re not expecting a little one, you might just spot the perfect piece to commemorate your wedding, your brood, or even your love of foreign languages amongst Grace’s type and silhouette-based art.

We love the idea of our little beanette learning some Spanish numbers or French animal names through these punchy designs (or even picking up a Chinese character or two). And it’s because of Grace’s fun range of prints that we couldn’t bear to narrow down this week’s prize to a specific group of designs – so TWO of you are gonna score a $50 credit toward anything in Grace’s etsy shop.

Here are this week’s entry details:

  • PRIZE: A $50 credit towards any item from Grace Hester Designs
  • TO ENTER: Comment on this post with the words “GRACE ME” and…
  • BONUS QUESTION: …share with us your favorite word or saying from another language. Do you love the way a certain Italian word rolls off your tongue? Or maybe you have a go-to phrase that you learned when traveling abroad? If nothing else, is there an English word that sounds especially funny to you in Pig Latin?
  • GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Wednesday, February 17th at 8pm EST
  • PRIZE SHIPS: All over the globe!
  • USUAL STUFF: One entry per e-mail address is permitted. The winners will be selected using random.org and announced on Thursday. Good luck!

Find more freebie info on our Giveaway FAQs page. Pics courtesy of Grace Hester Designs.


  1. Kristy says


    My favorite other language phrase after 4 years of high school French is croque monsier- a yummy grilled ham and cheese that you can get just about everywhere in Paris. Wish I was having one now…

  2. Laura says

    After 7 years of French, you’d think I’d have a favorite word memorized, but I think my favorite foreign word is my Italian grandmother’s last name “Valladi.” It sounds so designer-ish to me :)

  3. Jennifer says


    My favorite french word has always been “pamplemousse” (grapefruit) and I love the term of endearment “mon petit lapin”.

  4. Chelsea says


    I love the way “fiance” rolls off my tounge :) Even though in one month I won’t be able to call him that anymore!!

  5. says


    “Voulez-vous de beurre?” – my favorite french saying from Kevin Arnold (whom I had a gigantic crush on in middle school) on the sitcom, The Wonder Years

  6. Casey says

    grace me! i have been saying “que suerte” which means “what luck” since high school. it was in our spanish book and was such a cheesy saying that i couldnt stop saying it!

  7. Lauren says

    My husband and I always say “Maintenant” which means “Right now!” in French…. I can’t even remember why but it’s just become a silly inside joke between us. Then we started saying it really silly like with a russian twist and it’s progressed into sounding like, “Macght NOW!”… I’m a teacher and one day I almost screamed it to one of my kids! HA!

  8. says

    Grace me :)

    For a favourite phrase in another language … hmm, well, we speak French exclusively to our 1 year old daughter Kate and I like to call her “Katie-Chat” (Katie-Cat). I love cats and “Minou” (kitty) was my first word, so cat in any language sounds great to me!

    Bonne journée à vous deux, continuez votre beau travail!

  9. Sibyl says

    Grace Me!!!!

    Je ne se pas, French translation, “I don’t know”. My staple answer to any question my french teacher ever asked me.

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