Christine Koh

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I'm Christine Koh, a music and brain neuroscientist turned multimedia creative. I'm the founder + editor of Boston Mamas, co-author of Minimalist Parenting, co-host of the Edit Your Life podcast, and creative director at Women Online. Drop me a line; I'd love to chat about how we can work together!

Pop & Lolli Wall Art

pop-and-lolli.jpgToday, Heather shares a review of Pop & Lolli's fabric wall art. Read on for Heather's review, as well as to learn how to win a Pop & Lolli wall art kit of your own:

If my oldest daughter had her way, she would change her room décor almost as frequently as she changes her clothes...which is a lot! Since she's recently changed from favoring penguins to owls, it's tough to predict what 2011 will bring. Fortunately for her, I have long been a fan of removable, peel and stick wall art. Wall art is a terrific, fun, and easy way to transform a room without a big commitment. We now have removable wall art in the kids' bedrooms, play room, and finished basement. It's also fun that my four kids are able to decorate (almost) all by themselves!
I recently had a chance to check out some fabric wall stickers from Pop & Lolli, a company that produces over-sized wall art that is modern, colorful, and instantly transforms your wall du jour. Pop & Lolli fabric decals are made in the USA using nontoxic materials -- they're PVC- and lead-free and the adhesive is water based. And when you browse the collection, each set is cuter than the next and can easily be mixed and matched.

Also excellent? The stickers are true to the color and cuteness conveyed on the website and they're durable -- the stickers do not easily tear or stretch as some of the vinyl ones we have tried to use do. Pop & Lolli's wall art even stood up to the adhesive test in our house; each decal continued to stick after each of my four children took turns repositioning them.

In short, Pop & Lolli's wall art not only offers a stylish and fun décor solution for parents, but they're perfect for ever changing little minds!

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THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED
Congrats to winner Jen!
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Now, want to be one of win a Pop & Lolli wall art kit of your own? Here's how:

Rules:

  • Hop on over and check out the Pop & Lolli collection, and leave a comment below about your favorite Pop & Lolli product.

  • US entrants welcome.

  • One comment per person (please do not leave comments from multiple e-mail addresses). Anonymous or SPAM-like comments will be removed. Note that your e-mail address will not be published or shared! Leaving just your first name or first name + initial in the name field is perfectly fine.

  • Entry period closes at midnight EST, Thursday, January 13, 2011.

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    *One lucky winner (drawn randomly via Random.org) will receive a Pop & Lolli Tweetie Birdie decal set (value of $67).


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