Dezign With a Z – Wall Decals & Stickers Giveaway

Dezign With a Z wall decals and wall stickers

Decorating is part of what makes your house a home.  And one part of our homes that we have a lot of are walls (well unless you live in a loft and then maybe not so much!).  We’ve spent much time painting over the years to re-decorate rooms in our home (mostly our daughter’s room as she has gotten older), and in our case, usually after we’ve finished spending a lot of time and effort to get it look just right…we move!

When we purchased the home we currently live in, we had the builder texture and paint all the walls before we moved in, in a neutral color.  We pronounced our painting days over, and just hung up pictures.  In some rooms though, there was something ‘missing’, if you couldn’t quite see it, could feel it when you walked in.  That’s when we discovered vinyl wall decals.

Wall Decals are an affordable but impressive way to decorate.  They aren’t all created equal though.  I’ve purchased some that were quite difficult to apply and through many tears, finally got them up, although not always in one piece.

Dezign With a Z wall decals and wall stickers include designs for children’s rooms, living rooms, kitchens and more.  They also will customize a design for your home if you want something completely unique.

To review their service, Dezign With a Z made up their Ninja & Dragoons wall cling in purple.  Our daughter loves all things Tokyo Pop, Manga, Ninja and Dragons, so this cute decal was perfect for her room.

This removable wall sticker was the easiest one I’ve ever put up.  When I think of the effort we have put into painting her walls in the past, I shake my head.  From start to finish it took about 20 minutes to get the Ninja & Dragoons wall cling up and when she decides she’s outgrown it, it will come down about as quick as it went up without any ruined walls.

In just a few steps, peel off the backing, position the decal on the wall, adhere it and smooth it out, and peel off the front protective coating, you can unveil a whole set of creative ways to decorate your home!

Yes, I’m wearing cupcake pajamas, LOL!

The thing I liked most about Dezign With a Z’s product compared to other vinyl stickers we’ve used?….the thick protection cover that you remove after the sticker is already on the wall.  Because it is easy to grip and textured, it is far easier to remove and keep the design on the wall, then any other product we’ve used in the past.

Dezign With a Z offers an attractive way to decorate an otherwise dull surface in an easy and affordable way.

Dezign With a Z has generously offered one lucky reader a $30 gift certificate!

To enter the giveaway visit Dezign With a Z and tell me which decal you would choose and which room it would go in!  You can enter daily.

For extra entries you can:

1. Like Dezign with a Z on Facebook.  1 extra entry.  Please leave your Facebook Name.

2. Leave a comment on Dezign with a Z’s Facebook Wall.  2 extra entries.  Please leave your Facebook Name.

3. Follow Dezign With a Z on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway.  1 extra entry daily.  Please leave a link to your tweet in the comments.

Don’t forget to leave an e-mail address in the comment (if you sign in via yahoo or twitter) or in the e-mail field when you post the comment so we can let you know you’ve won.

Open to US residents ages 18+, ends January 10, 2011 at 11:59 PM CST.  E-mail must be submitted when entering, or in the comment body.  Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.  By entering this giveaway you are stating that you have read my **Privacy/Rules statements and agree to them.

This post was written for Desizn With a Z who provided the complimentary product for review & giveaway in exchange for my honest opinions.


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