DIY Alert: Framed Ticket Display

By no means do I consider myself to be a crafty individual. However, with the right amount of determination and some help from Hunty, this framed ticket display project was pretty easy to execute. While no one was injured in the making of this post, my manicure did suffer (you’ve been warned.)

It was worth it, though, because we’re loving the final product:

Framed tickets


Hunter and I have been wanting to display our ticket collection for a while. Some of our favorite (and most interesting) memories took place at the concerts or sporting events we kept the stubs from. Thankfully we both have an affinity for hoarding paper goods (I even had some lift tickets to throw in there.)

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Office Refresh: Easy Upgrades Under $100

Let’s face it, leaving your home (and warm bed) for the office can be tough sometimes. That’s why it’s important to invest in office decor that makes you happy! Whether it’s a print, a candle, a pillow, or a wine cooler (a girl can dream!) giving your office space some personality is always worth it. When things get chaotic, just retreat to your zen zone. I recently gave my office a mini upgrade, and did so without breaking the bank. Can you tell I like white? Office chic doesn’t have to mean expensive. It also doesn’t mean you need a ton of space to work with – cubes need love too!

I’ve included some of my favorite new additions below to give you a little office inspo (bonus: all of these items are under $100!)

Office refresh

  1. Dallas foil-stamped wall art – Minted, $34; Grapefruity Too wall art – Minted,  $24; white frames – Michael’s, $9.99 each

2. Gold plated geometric ceramic table lamp – Target, $33.25; Nate Berkus tabletop file – Target, $12.99

3.  Vario white stacking shelf – The Container Store, $49 each ($98 for two as pictured); Stockholm magazine file – The Container Store, $9.99 each; Stockholm desktop file – The Container Store, $19.99 each

4. Nate Berkus desktop organizer – Target, $14.99; signature ballpoint pins – Poppin, $7 for a set of six; “I did my best” notebook –, $10

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