Win It: Marie Ricci Collection Sweet Dreams Ceiling Medallion
A nursery isn’t complete until every detail is covered, from bedding to curtains, to precious knick-knacks. But don’t forget the one place that your sweet little one will be looking to each night – the ceiling! For an added special touch to your child’s light fixture, the Sweet Dreams Ceiling Medallion by Marie Ricci Collection is the perfect nursery accessory to pull it all together.
Marie Ricci has beautifully created hand-cast ceiling medallions from her own hand-carved molds to add charm and sophistication to any room. The Marie Ricci Collection medallions are meticulously hand-painted, or ordered “DIY” white so that customers can add their own lasting touch. With each medallion boasting its own unique look, it will quickly become your favorite piece of decor in the room!
The Sweet Dreams Ceiling Medallion is 18″ diameter with 3″ opening for wires and accepts 6″ max canopy or ceiling plate. The medallion is lightweight with easy painting and installation instructions included. Prime and paint in coordinating colors with your child or infant’s bedroom and add instant luxury to the whole room! Today, two lucky readers will win a DIY Sweet Dreams Ceiling Medallion by Marie Ricci Collection to complete their little one’s room of their dreams. Details below!
Two Daily Mom readers will win one (1) Sweet Dreams Ceiling Medallion by Marie Ricci Collection. This contest is open to all U.S. residents aged 18+. Enter using the rafflecopter below. Entries can be earned by signing up for the Daily Mom newsletter, visiting social media sites and following further instructions on the rafflecopter. Good luck!
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Stephanie is a military wife, currently residing in New York, and mama of two exceptionally curious kiddos – a rugged pint-size princess and a toddling Evel Knievel-in-training – and one sweet, easy going baby boy. When she isn’t exploring the family’s newest dwellings, running trails, farmers’ markets, and playgrounds, she spends her down time working from home, feverishly correcting “textspeak” in her college students’ essays as an adjunct English instructor for a local community college. Her passion for writing and photography can be found at Stephanie High Photography on facebook