Giveaways, Wall Decor

Giveaway: Wall Decals from Pop & Lolli

We’ve seen a lot of wall decals here at Project Nursery. We love the fun and whimsy they can add to a room with minimal effort. There’s something really special about these fabric wall decals from Pop & Lolli. Created by a former Walt Disney Imagineer, the decals are oversized and meant to create an all-encompassing world and creative space for your child. We love their unique and chic style.

And not only do they have fabulous, great-to-look-at designs, Pop & Lolli also donates educational materials and resources to positively influence a South African child in need with every wall decal set purchased.

Enchanted Forest Trees

Pirate Ship

Noah's African Circus Small

Space Rockets and Build-a-Bots

You can rest at ease with these decals on your child’s walls because all Pop & Lolli decals are eco-friendly and child safe. They are made of an ultra-premium polyester fabric, are produced with nontoxic materials and don’t contain any of the PVCs that can be found in the manufacturing of vinyl decals.

The decals are very reusable—easily removable and even re-positionable! Just think of the fun your child could have with the Build-a-Bot set, building and rebuilding robots.

PERK ALERT! Project Nursery readers can receive 10% off their Pop & Lolli purchases between December 1st and December 25th 2011 by using the coupon code PN10.

WIN IT! One lucky Project Nursery reader will win a $100 gift card to Pop & Lolli.

HOW TO ENTER: To enter, visit Pop & Lolli and tell us which decal set you’d select with a comment below. Contest ends Friday, December 9, 2011 at 11:59pm PST.

FOR EXTRA ENTRIES:
1. “Like” Project Nursery and Pop & Lolli on Facebook, give a shout out on our walls and tell us you did with a comment below.

2. Follow Project Nursery and Pop & Lolli on Twitter, tweet about it and tell us you did with a comment below.

3. Subscribe to our Weekly Newsletter or let us know you are already a subscriber with a comment below.

{Remember to use an individual comment to note what you did for each extra entry (4 comment maximum)}

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233 Comments

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    The Tree of Knowledge sticker! It’s perfect for a playroom! I am already a subscriber to the newsletter and already follow you on Twitter/like you on FB! I did all that other stuff too :-)

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    I love the Tree of Knowledge sticker, and the Tree of Wisdom sticker! We want to do an alphabet and/or numbers theme in our nursery (still deciding) and either of these stickers would be great!

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    I LOVE the Pirate decals because I’m using a nautical theme in the nursery for my soon-to-be-son. I’m actually thinking of just going ahead and buying the decal. :-)

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    My son is due in February and we are decorating his nursery in space…so I would definitely go with the Starry Sky Space Rocket package. Adorable!

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    My son would go crazy with excitement for the tree of knowledge. He loves the book, chicka chicka boom boom.

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    I love these! Pop and Lolli have so many great decals it is hard to choose just one. I think jiving jungle pals are my favorite, but a close second is the pirate boat!

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    I’m not sure what to choose because little one doesn’t have bedding yet. I would say cotton candy clouds though.

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    Omg I love the tree of wisdom and the tree of knowledge! Would be so cute in our playroom! lOVE!!!

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    I’d have to go with the Circus Train. There are some really fab pieces though!

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    My husband has a small engine shop in our garage, his engine’s are the Rutan Rockets…LOVE LOVE LOVE the Space Rocket and build-a-bots, it would be perfect in our sons room!

    I already like Project Nursery on FB and follow on Twitter….now on to Pop & Lolli, what cool & unique decals!

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    Pop & Lolli, you have been liked on Facebook. I think Space Robot & Build-a-Bots would bring such energy and fun to my sons room. :)

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    I liked Project Nursery and Pop and lolli on facebook and I’d still love the pirate boat!

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    I love Pop & Lolli’s Where the Wild Things Grow – Chirpie Tree. I’m doing my son’s nursery in a bird/owl theme and this would be PERFECT!

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    I’ve already liked Project Nursery on Facebook previously since I’ve been following your blog for a while now on google reader…does that count!? ;)

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    Subscribe and shout out on FB. I love all of them!! But the African Circus would go great in my son’s nursery. Fantastic illustrations.

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    If I won we would choose Noah’s African Circus. My daughter loves animals and would surely love this set.

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    I would love to get both the “- DESIGN DIVA. Sassy and Sweet Dress me up! GIRL ” and “- Special Occasions – JINGLE BELLS! & CHRISTMAS SMELLS! Christmas Overlay” sets!!

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    The Build-a-Bot and the Starry Sky would be great in our little guy’s robot/space themed room. Followed you all on Twitter as well.

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    The space rockets and robots would work perfect in my son’s nursery. We just had his 1st birthday party and it was robot themed :)

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    I love the Tweetie Birdies, especially the little owls. I have fallen in love with an owl theme for my little boy’s nursery!

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    I LOVE the Fantasy Forest Critters!! They are so cute! And they would look so good in my daughters room!

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    I love the Jiving Jungle set because you can track how tall they get with different animals and it will help them learn the names of different creatures.

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    Hi!! :) I “like” both on Facebook, follow both on Twitter and I already subscribe to the Project Nursery newsletter. My favorite decal is definitely “Starry Sky Space Rockets” – thanks so much & happy holidays!

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