I’ve been wanting to introduce you to a new blogger friend and sponsor of my blog, Julie (Etsy Stalkers). Ever since I found out about her blog, I love to pop in and see what’s on her mind and I know I’m always in for a good laugh because she is so funny! I asked if she’d like to do a guest post for you today and she agreed:)
Hi, I’m Julie and I’m a Stalker. (All together now – Hiiii Julie)
My house — it’s like Hoarders meets Martha Stewart meets Ty Pendington may show up with a bullhorn at any moment. An interior designer I am not, but I try. I really, really try.
I’m also really good at coming up with excuses. Ahem.
If I’ve learned anything since owning a home, it’s that little details can make a huge difference. That’s why I stalk etsy. Literally, I do. Sometimes I email etsy employees there just to say hi. Wait, did I just say that out loud?
Anyhoo, before I had my daughter, I swore that if I ever had a girl I would never make a girly room. And then my daughter popped out and it’s like I had diarriah of the girliness. I found these paper butterflies at Almost Sunday Designs and voila, a room was born (FYI—the birth of the room was surprisingly easier than a c-section.)
I recently purchased these nubs from Focus Line Art as a father’s day gift for the hubby, which was actually a gift for myself because I love them and now I get to say the word ‘nub’ all of the time. You like how I worked that one? The dead trees now live in our front foyer, which works wonders for distracting people from our 70’s themed flooring.
Last but not least, a friend of mine stalked this bow holder from T-Tot Boutique and gave it to me for birthing my daughter. Yes she (my daughter, not my friend) may be ‘hair challenged’ but once it fills in, bows will be a hangin’!
If you made it to the end of this post, thank you. If not, you’re stupid. Kidding, you’re not. Love me, visit Etsy Stalkers please. I need the validation.