Six years ago I did a lot of walking aimlessly around Manhattan mid-day. I had a belly the size of Africa (first baby, lots of gelato!), no job and some major nesting on the brain. One place I would frequent for nursery inspiration was ABC Home. The ground floor alone would give me goose-bumps and I knew the store would be a great resource. Sure enough this is where I first discovered WallCandy Arts wall decals. It was their original design, Dottilicious that caught my eye. I remember vividly my interest in the cool and modern wall decor for kids spaces. A trend was born and now WallCandy Arts has an extensive line of peel and stick wall decals to choose from.
Jake has swim lessons at eleven, baby Grace has a doctor appointment at noon and moms got a grocery list a mile long! It’s just a day in the life of the average mother, right? Keeping track of everyone’s To-Do’s can be a challenge. Spell it out with WallCandy’s whiteboard decals. They are the original makers of the peel and stick technology, which works without damaging the walls. These stickers double as dry erase message boards, can be used anywhere you have wall space and at $18 a panel you can’t get easier or more affordable.
Here comes the sun. Brand new from WallCandy is their bright and cheery My Sunshine wall decal kit. Let your child create their own sunny scene which includes sun, rays, clouds and stars. With the ability to be rearranged, removed, or used again, children are given the chance to shine as they decorate their own room. Perfect for the playroom, classroom or art studio!
Win It! Project Nursery is giving two lucky readers a WallCandy Arts Whiteboard wall decal. Log on to WallCandy and comment back with your favorite decal and tell us where you’d use it. Contest ends Friday September 17th, 2010 at 11:59 pm, pst.
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