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Review and Giveaway: Room-eez by Oliver’s Labels

I rarely write reviews anymore on Resourceful Mommy because they can be very time consuming when done correctly.  However, when Lisa at Oliver’s Labels reached out to me about their new product, Room-eez, I was so struck by her excitement for the new product that I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to check it out.

Room-eez are peel and stick wall decals that claim to be easy to apply, easy to remove and easy to reapply.  I planned on finding out if that was true!

Some readers may remember when we were moving a little over a year ago and could not find the discontinued wall border in my son’s bedroom.  It was critically important to me to make my at the time four year old son’s bedroom in the new house look and feel as much like the old house as possible.  We ended up removing the old border and taking it with us, which made the transition much easier for him. Now a year and a half later, it is time to add some bigger boy touches to the space.  The wall next to my son’s door was completely bare except for the border from the old house, so we chose that space to try the Room-eez name decals with a set of decorative decals.

The instructions that came with the labels were very clear, and I especially liked the warning sticker reminding me to save the backing paper.  I handed my kids a book to read while I applied the labels, but I actually was finished applying the labels before my kids could even settle on which section of the book to read to “pass the time.”  I wish I had timed myself, but I am certain that the project was completed in less than 5 minutes.

In terms of durability, I was very impressed with the quality of all of the decals.  We have purchased many other wall decals in the past both for our kids’ rooms and my office, and they were much thinner and more prone to tearing than the Room-eez.  Room-eez have a sturdier vinyl feel rather than the thin plastic feel of other wall decals.

The real test was whether or not the labels were easy to remove and reapply.  I was unhappy with my initial placement of the hockey puck, so I removed it from the wall and reapplied it to a new position.  It was incredibly easy to do this and the decal seems to stick just as well as it did initially.

The only thing on my Room-eez wish list would be more choices of decorative decals to accompany the name decals.  The font options for the lettering were fantastic, so a more robust selection of decorative choices would make Room-eez the ideal product.

Ready to try Room-eez in your home?  Oliver’s Labels is offering Resourceful Mommy readers an exclusive discount code.  Use the code OLRM2012 for 25% off all Room-eez products!  This code is valid from now until Tuesday, February 14th.

Giveaway!

One lucky Resourceful Mommy reader will win one set of Room-eez (name or letter with a set of decorative decals).  To enter to win please comment below telling me which room in the house you would like to decorate with Room-eez.

Bonus Entry

Tweet about this giveaway using the tag #Roomeez and the tag @oliverslabels then comment below (no more than 5 entries per day, please).

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends Tuesday, February 14th at 11:59 p.m. ET

Don’t forget that you can also connect with Oliver’s Labels on Facebook!

Product was provided for both review and giveaway. No additional compensation was provided. All opinions are my own.

Comments

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    Michelle Riffer says:

    Id love to try these in my daughters room, they’re 3 and 1

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    My daughter’s room would be fun with these!

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    Ysenia Ramirez says:

    I would decorate my 4 year old daughters room. Very cute!

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    nannypanpan says:

    my son’s room
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    MicahsMommi says:

    I would decorate my home daycare playroom with them!

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    Julia Davis says:

    My son Tanner’s room age 4

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    I would decorate my sons room!

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    Kimberly B. says:

    My daughter’s room

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    Kimberly B. says:
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    My sons room!
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    Abbe Brown says:

    I would totally rock out my 18 month old daughter Liv’s room with these!

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    Abbe Brown says:
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    I would love to decorate my little granddaughter’s bedroom with Room-eez.:-)

  15. 15

    My son’s room for sure!
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