Fab Freebie: Bundle Of Joy

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

While we still have about eight weeks left ’til our little beanette arrives, we’ve assembled a different kind of “bundle of joy” for this week’s prize. With so many emails coming our way full of cool art suggestions for a baby or kid’s room, we’ve been busy putting together a “Nursery Art Bundle” prize that’s finally getting welcomed into the world today.

This week’s winner will get to choose customized pieces from three different designers to use in their nursery, to dole out as gifts or even to add a bit of whimsy to their own adult rooms. Here’s a rundown of what’s the stork is bringing one lucky lad or lady this week:

1. A framed Simply Baby Poster from Hoot Design Co. This 18″ x 26″ alphabet print comes in your choice of three colors and arrives custom framed under archival glass. This intricate graphic poster – much like the custom version that Hoot Design creates with personalized words (think “A is for Aunt Sherry”) – is bound to entertain parents just as much as their kiddos.

2. A Custom 13″ x 19″ Print from Penny People. No matter which design our winner chooses from Penny People, they’ll be getting a punchy and colorful dose of their ABCs or 123s in a size that’s conveniently made to fit right into an Ikea frame. Plus, he or she can choose from seven different colors with which to emblazon their wee one’s name across the top if they so desire.

3. A Custom Little Ape from Phil Barbato. Since touch is such an important sense to bambinos, we just had to include one of these charming and tactile offerings. Plus, these lil monkies are just so darn awesome – especially since you can customize the color of everything from the fur down to details like the ever-important belly button.

So here’s how to enter for a shot at all three highly customizable prizes:

  • PRIZE: The customizable “Nursery Art Bundle” described above (consisting of one piece from each vendor mentioned).
  • TO ENTER: Comment on this post with the words “BUNDLE ME” and…
  • BONUS QUESTION: … tell us your favorite part about a nursery/kids room. Is it the bright color scheme that adults just can’t get away with sometimes? Is it the fun and personalized art? Or, be honest, do you just like all of the toys they get?
  • GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Wednesday, March 24th at 8pm EST
  • PRIZE SHIPS: Delivers only in the USA this time
  • USUAL STUFF: One entry per e-mail address is permitted. The winner will be selected using random.org and announced on Thursday. Good luck!

Find more freebie info on our Giveaway FAQs page. Pics courtesy of Hoot Design Co, Penny People Designs and Phil Barbato.


  1. Joy says

    BUNDLE ME… this reminds me of my little 8 month old’s fuzzy gray bear suit that I zipped her into during the cold winter months… So cozy!

  2. Genesee J. says


    My favorite part of a kid’s room (or shared nursery like we will have) is the toys, and setting up little stations for each type of toy. We have bins for all the car stuff, we have a little pretend kitchen area, an instrument shelf, art shelf, and then the bright stuffed animals get to be scattered here and there where they fit.

  3. Lauren says


    Absolutely, it’s the bright color schemes and bold graphic prints. So true. Adults just can’t get away with that stuff in their bedrooms!

  4. Andrea says

    My favorite part of my son’s room is the polka dots on the wall. They were cheap wall decals we found at Target but they make the room so much fun. It is something I don’t think a “grown-up” room could pull off.

  5. Stephanie says

    BUNDLE ME! My favorite part is the book shelf. It holds so many books that I loved as a kid. It brings back memories!

  6. Kathy B says


    I love the bright colors and cheeky decorations in my step daughter’s room. It’s fun, and makes me smile any time I walk in.

  7. Stephanie says


    I love the playful colorful vibe that my daughter’s room has. It seems like a room of infinite possibilities for fun.

  8. Lise says


    I need some inspiration from my little boys room and something like this would be a perfect place to start

  9. says


    tiny clothes=more closet space for more clothes!

    My soon-to-be-born niece has soooo many outfits already and her closet still has plenty of room!

  10. Jessica says


    My favorite part is how crazy & fun you can get with the designs and decorations. I love bright colors and bold prints, but can’t get away with them as much in the rest of the house. A kid’s room you can go nuts in!

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