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weekly wrap up + festival wallpaper

by Stephanie


Hi Guys! I’m wrapping thing up for the day (literally) by trying to get my gift shopping and mailing done. The holidays always sneak up on me and this year is no exception. I’m going to be tying bows and going through tape like crazy this weekend, so I’ll see you all again on Monday with a new round of gift guides and much, much more. Until then, I wanted to end today with this fun new wallpaper from Mini Moderns. “Festival” was inspired by the 1951 Festival of Britain and has a whimsical feel that would be perfect for little ones and adults alike. The wallpaper is launching today at an event in London, so it will be available to buy online this coming Monday. If you’re interested in picking up a roll ($78 per 32-ft. roll), you can grab one right here next week.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, and I’ll see you Monday! Below is a summary of this week’s highlights. xo, grace

*P.S.: If you’re in NYC I can’t recommend the Martha Stewart Craft Fair (this Saturday 10-6) more highly. I’ll be there with bells on for sure.

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