Decorating doesn’t always come easy for me. I have great ideas of how I think something would look in a room and then when I actually implement, it doesn’t measure up to my imaginary room. I always think I can make my rooms look like a Pottery Barn catalog, but they end up looking like just cluttered rooms. The worst part is when the decorating you do is pseudo-permanent (or not-permanent but way too much work to change.) That makes me a big fan of any decorations that can easily be moved, rotated, or changed. An innovative line from WallPops provides a line of removable wall art that meets those requirements.
WallPops, the premier line of peel and stick wall art, from Brewster Home Fashions.
- Add a splash of color and add pattern to walls without the cost and time.
- It is non-commitment decorating that is fun and can be easily changed.
- Offered in dots, blocks and stripes in various colors and patterns that can be arranged to create patterns, stripes or cover an entire wall.
I received the WallPops! Message Board in loopy (green/blue) for review. I was a little concerned when I received the package – apparently the delivery guy decided to use the box as a seat cushion and had smooshed the box. Fortunately, the board was unaffected, namely because it is meant to be able to be pulled and tugged yet still look new.
I immediately put the WallPops! Message Board into use simply because I thought it was incredibly cool to be able to write on the wall. Not only that, but the board looks a million times better than the ginormous actual dry erase board I have in the office. Take a gander at how awesome it looks on the wall. It was very easy to “install.” I simply pulled off the backing and then carefully placed the board onto the wall, making sure to smooth out creases and air bubbles along the way. The package also included a dry-erase pen that you can Velcro onto the board for easy access. Don’t think you have to limit yourself to just their black pen, though. I tested it out with other dry-erase markers and they all worked perfectly.
WallPops! promises to be safe for walls, and be readily able to be peeled off and removed. A day after installing the WallPops! Message Board, I tugged on the edge of the board to see if that was the case. Getting the initial peel off was tough – as in this board was stuck to the wall. But once I got the edge off, the entire thing was easy to pull straight off the wall and did not leave any marks or residue on the wall.
I love my new WallPops! Message Board. It adds a hint of style and yet is incredible functional. It is easy to write on and erase (which sadly isn’t always a given.) If I could wish anything, it would be that they could make larger sizes as well. The best part of the WallPops! dry-erase board is that if I need to move it to a different room, I just peel and stick. WallPops! has more than just message board available. They also have cool shapes (Dots, Blox, and Stripes), dry erase calendar sets, and complete Wall Art Kits that can let you literally put a jungle on your wall!
- Visit the WallPops! Website
- “Like” WallPops! on Facebook
- Follow WallPops! on Twitter
- Shop the WallPops! Online Store or purchase from Amazon.
The WiC Project Wall ! Giveaway
One winner will receive their choice of a WallPops! product.
- Visit www.wall-pops.com and tell me which product you would choose if you won. Make sure you look under the “WallPops” category (the pink button.)
- For one bonus entry,Follow WallPops! on Twitter and leave a comment with your Twitter handle.
- For one more bonus entry, “Like” WallPops! on Facebook and leave a comment with your FB name. Feel free to let them know The WiC Project sent you. 🙂
One winner will be selected at random for this prize.
Giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST, October 15, 2010.
Visit our Giveaway Rules page for general giveaway rules that also apply to this giveaway.
Disclaimer: This post consists of my (and/or fellow tester) opinions only. No compensation was given for this review/giveaway. I did receive a free Wall Pops! Message Board from the manufacturer or representing PR agency to use and test for the purposes of this review. This did not affect the outcome of this review.