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As a rule, I am quite selective about who I take on as sponsors in an attempt to never water down the content on this blog while making a couple extra bucks for all the work I put into it.  So when Well Appointed House asked to sign up, I was thrilled. I’ve shopped on their website before and they carry so many fabulous lines of home goods you might lose an hour or two perusing.  They also have a blog and if you sign on to be a follower today by midnight you will be entered to win a $150 gift certificate to the site! Hello?! Easy as pie! So pop on over to their blog and site.  What can you put that $150 towards? Why, I’m glad you asked!

A choice of fab trays (I have a little tray obsession, I need a 12 step program):

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Fun decorative accessories that turn any little corner into something special:

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A bevy of throw pillows:

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A selection of vintage posters available as prints or hanging chart style in a variety of sizes!

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Great lighting options:

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Some lovely stuff for my pups :)

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$150 won’t buy you furniture, but it could put a little dent in the cost- and there are a variety of styles on this site:

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And for the kid who has everything and the parent who has a BIG budget- this play canopy and playhouse are BANANAS.  If Andrew and I hadn’t found an apartment yesterday I think we would have had to buy one of these “play houses” and put in someone’s backyard. If I had gotten this as a kid my face would have melted off from hysterical joy. Although I can’t complain- having a designer for dad did provide me with a professionally designed tree house that had glass paned windows, front and rear decks and a shingled roof. :)

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