WallPops Dry Erase Collection {Giveaway}

If you aren’t already familiar with WallPops (shame on you! lol) they are fun and funky wall art stickers for all ages! But the best part is these wall decals are resuable and removable in a quick and easy fashion! Yes, ladies it’s perfectly fine to change your mind for the hundredth time, well with Wall Pops anyway, maybe not so much with your husband! They are completely repositionable so you have time to find the perfect spot and get it looking right. You can also just peel them back off when you are ready for a change or if you moving on up to a bigger and better apartment or house and it doesn’t leave any sticky residue behind. 

Wall Pops! are not only fashionable but functional too, with their Dry-Erase Collection!


Dry erase WallPops are the most convenient and fashionable way to keep up with the times. Choose from dry erase calendars, maps, message boards and dots in an epic assortment of colors and styles.

Get ready to jazz up your office space or household communication centre with these really fun and creative message boards and calendars, they will keep you organized and look great! But the one item, I had my eye on was the dry erase wall map. We had been looking for a map for our house for a while now, we have family that live both near and as far as Australia, so we were looking for a fun map to teach the boys some geography. We also started traveling out of Province and out of Country this summer as we headed on a road trip to Pennsylvania, so we wanted to be able to track some areas that our family has been. The Wall Pops Dry Erase World Map, delivered everything we needed! We placed ours on the wall in the boys reading corner.

wallpops world map

The World Dry-Erase Map is 24″w x 36″h and comes with it’s own dry erase marker. You can purchase directly from the Wall Pops website for $20.99 us (For Canada Shipping UPS Canada Ground is $10 -5-10 day transit)

You can also win one right here! Enter below to win a WallPops Dry Erase World Map! 

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  1. My son’s room

  2. Hang it on the dining room wall!

  3. Raina DelRio says:

    I would hang my WallPops World Map in my kiddos game/rec room. They also do their homework there, so it would be a perfect place for it!

  4. I’d give it to my nephew for his room.

  5. Dining room wall I think -easier to supervise the dry erase action.

  6. Victoria Ess says:

    In our home office/library

  7. in the kitchen wall

  8. my daughter’s room

  9. I’d hang it in our home office.

  10. This would go in my son’s room. We all love maps!

  11. Wendy Dickinson says:

    It would go in the office so my son could use it for school/homework.

  12. gibberish (Julie G.) says:

    I’d put it in the office so we could track our travels on it.

  13. it would get hung in the computer/office room


  14. Karin Dollery says:

    My granddaughters room 🙂

  15. I would hang it in our rec room

  16. Maegan Morin says:

    I dont have an office or anything like that so I would probably hang it in my sons room

  17. Kim Barrett says:

    I’d hang it in the living room, right in front of the table where my husband does his crossword puzzle! (For all those times his questions start, “What’s the capital of…”)

  18. I’d hang it in my home office ‘nook’

  19. In my son’s room! He would have fun with this. = )

  20. I’d put it in my daughter’s play room

  21. sandra mitchell says:

    in my grandaughters room

  22. either in my computer den or in the basement play room for the kids 🙂

  23. I would hang this in the computer room

  24. My oldest son would love it for his room I think!

  25. i’d give this as a gift for my nephew to hang in his bedroom

  26. Debbie Petch says:

    in my office.

  27. Aussie Uncle says:

    Very cool!

  28. I would hang it in my son’s room.

  29. In my daughter’s room

  30. I’d hang it above my son’s desk.

  31. with my Canadian maps on a long hall wall

  32. I’d hang it in my son’s room.

  33. Elizabeth Turner says:

    In Little Guy’s room!

    elizabethglassturner (at) gmail (dot) com

  34. Shemp DeYoung (@ShempGames) says:

    The family room.

  35. I would hand it in the study to mark where we have been and where we want to go

  36. In my child’s room above the desk we use for homeschooling.

  37. In the office!

  38. beth shepherd says:

    school room

  39. Ted Kooper says:

    in my son room

  40. In my sons room.

  41. Anne Taylor says:

    I’d hang this in my grandkids play room so everyone could have access to it!

  42. Brandon Bethea says:

    I run a shark-diving charity for cancer survivors so I would put this in our office to “map” out our next shark dives!

  43. renee walters says:

    This would go in my son’s room.

  44. Stephanie Larison says:

    It would go in my office!

  45. Tami Vollenweider says:

    It would go in my Nephew Room

  46. eldest sons room!

  47. Michelle Bryan says:

    I would hang it in the kitchen

  48. In my daughters room!

  49. holly messana says:

    in the boys room

  50. Jennifer R says:

    I would hang it in my classroom!

  51. nikki robak says:

    on my grandson’s bedroom wall

  52. In the play room!

  53. I would give it to my Daughters Grade 2 class

  54. paige chandler says:

    I’d hang it in the family home office.

  55. deanna_boocock says:

    I would put it up in my Grade 4/5 classroom.

  56. i would give it to my nephew.

  57. On my son’s wall.

  58. The family room

  59. I’d give it to my sister for her classroom.

  60. In the kids room!

  61. It would be perfect in our office!

  62. In my basement

  63. Downstairs in the “school” room (I homeschool)

  64. My daughter’s room.

  65. Lindsey M says:

    I would hang it in my sons bedroom

  66. bedroom

  67. In the kids room, or if I could convince hubby, in the basement

  68. Studious things are placed in our office. Eraseable map perfect to find unknown destinations and to teach my 8 year old practical Geography *Point & Erase*

  69. Marlene V says:

    In my classroom

  70. In our playroom

  71. In my childcare play room

  72. Judy Hunting says:

    I would hang it in my son’s room

  73. In the study (aka Office)

  74. Erin Card says:

    In our living room so we can cross off all the places we have traveled!!!!!

  75. kimberly velkovski says:

    in my sons room

  76. In our family room.

  77. In our games room

  78. Our living room. 🙂

  79. Cheryl Grandy says:

    I’d put it in my home office.

  80. In my son’s room

  81. julie bolduc says:

    My office

  82. I would hang it in our craft room

  83. This would be great in my sons room

  84. Amber Porter says:

    Family Room.

  85. I’d hang it in our play room.

  86. rebecca shockley says:

    My living room

  87. In the home office.

  88. I would hang it in my kids play room, since they’re always playing school in there it would be perfect

  89. We have a den that is essentially the kids play room. I would put it in there.

    Also, good luck on the blog vote.

  90. Kids room.

  91. Tiffany Wilson says:

    Great idea, would totally use it in my sons room.

  92. my nephews room, he’d love it!

  93. This would be great in our game room 🙂

  94. How cool is that?! I’d definitely put it in our school room!

  95. mary gardner says:

    in my daughter’s bedroom

    jagar0047 at yahoo dot com

  96. In our bathroom.

  97. kathy pease says:

    id hang this in my living room

  98. cheryl bowman says:

    bedroom or loft

  99. Savannah Miller says:

    I would hang it in my sons room 🙂

  100. Amy DeLong says:

    living room

  101. Leanne Hill says:

    Id put it in the kids playroom!

  102. Amber Carter says:

    in my son’s room

  103. it would go in my daughter’s room

  104. I’d give it to my nephews since they love flags, countries and maps.

  105. I would hang it on the wall in the hallway where we have our history timeline.

  106. I’d hang it in my office

  107. Lisa White says:

    In my daughter’s room.

  108. The Dining Room, it’s where we do school work!

  109. my 9 year olds room

  110. In my daughter’s classroom.

  111. I(‘d hang it in our library

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