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So Good


So GoodWhat It Is:I’m searching for some new artwork for my bedroom right now, and Etsy is a serious treasure trove of choices. I stumbled across this shop, which allows you to customize virtually any of their prints (I actually have my eye on another one shhhh). Anyway, this print also caught my eye. It’s so, so simple – as is its message – but very striking and inspirational. You can change the colours of the ‘Be The Good’ inset text to anything you want, as well as the text itself, for a perfect match to your existing decor.

Who It’s For:Your daughter, for her college dorm this fall. Your best friend, as a charming housewarming gift. Your spouse, as an inspirational message to hang up in their office.

What It Costs:The print is $15, with $8 shipping (if you order multiple from this shop, it’s free combined shipping).

Where It’s At:Etsy shop Sprinkled Joy.

How’s about a bonus entry into last week’s Atelier edele giveaway? Tell me in the comments below: where do you source most of your home’s artwork from? What do you think of this sweet print?

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14 Responses to “So Good”
  1. Sherry K says:

    I look in antique shops and malls for pictures. I sometimes have to change the frame and I have a friend who is a great native artist and I am honoured to have two of his.

  2. janicour says:

    I look in local galleries and at Manitoba “Garage Sales” I may put this pring in a room at the cottage. It really doesn’t fit in with my home decor.

  3. Laura says:

    I love typography art, though I haven’t found the right piece for my home yet. Most of my art is from local art events or purchased on vacation.

  4. Kimberley says:

    Most of my artwork is a combination of thrift shop makeovers and decor style store finds. I love this print – love the message.

  5. Julie G. says:

    The majority of our artwork is purchased on vacation or is vacation photos. This is a cute print.

  6. cookie3 says:

    Most of my artwork I make myself, so although I like this print I’d rather have something that I or a family member has painted.

  7. Joan G. says:

    I’ve collected most of my artwork on vacation – I like the print but I don’t see it working on my walls.

  8. May says:

    My artwork is mostly ones drawn by my cousin (very artistic) and art gallery paintings. I think the print is very simple and cute!

  9. Susan says:

    Most of my artwork has been purchased through galleries or from the artist’s themselves. I also have work picked up on vacation or purchased from someone else.

  10. Susan T. says:

    I’ve actually bought a lot of artwork on Ebay. I’ve found a few artists that I really like and have picked up a few pieces. I’m not big on inspirational sayings but this would be really cute for a dorm room!

  11. jessica eapen says:

    I get artwork as souveniors from places I’ve visited. I think this piece is ok but generally I don’t go for text artwork

  12. Alison K says:

    The Sweetest of Dreams bonus entry: I source most of my home’s artwork from Pinterest – there is way too much on that website! I really like word art & this sweet print is just up my alley of enjoyment!

  13. diane says:

    I love this print! Almost all the artwork in our home has been created by my daughter and the rest we pick up on our travels.

  14. Victoria Ess says:

    I get much of my art from outdoor or street markets

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