Wallpops are removable wall decals with peel and stick convenience, making them safe for walls and repositionable. They are manufactured by Brewster Home Fashions which was founded in 1954 and is a fifth generation family owned and operated company. Wallpops has any style you could want, from teen to tween, sophisticated, nursery, and even dry-erase boards and calendars. Not only can Wallpops be used on walls it can also be used on appliances, staircases, cabinets, and doors. Wallpops are made of high quality, durable vinyl with an adhesive similar to the concept of the post-its.
Simply Southern Couponers had the chance to review a product from Wallpops. I picked out the Animal Instinct set, which came with 4 Blox, 4 Dots, and 1 Stripe. We live in a rental house, so it is very hard to be able to decorate since we really can’t nail things to the walls, and I am one that loves to decorate. Our walls are all painted a light tan, high gloss paint, which means when I wipe it down with a rag, a little of the paint comes off every time. I have not been able to do anything really with the house since we moved in. I was very excited to get to try these out.
At first, I had put them in the den, I really didn’t know what else to do with them, and this room is the room the colors really match up well. They were very easy to put on and very well made. I started looking at them because they weren’t as even as I would have liked, I glanced over to my dining room and saw how perfect they would look in there. I removed them, which they didn’t even pick up one speck of paint and didn’t lose any of their stickiness. After about 20 times of moving each piece to get it in the right position (the whole time no paint came up and it stayed as sticky as it did when I first opened the packs) I got them in just the right spot and it really made my dining room pop and look great!
I absolutely love Wallpops. Perfect for anyone in rentals, apartments, dorms, or even to add a touch of style anywhere!!
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Giveaway will run July 11, 2013 – July 25, 2013