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Extreme Decorating: Creatively Using Your Child's Lunch as a Canvas

(Note: “Extreme Decorating” is an ongoing series in which WallCandy Dad goes beyond removable wall decals and explores unusual and over-the-top decorating ideas tried in homes, restaurants, hotels, businesses, tourist destinations and public spaces. We all get decoration inspiration from different places, as it is a reflection of our tastes and personalities). Putting loving and inspirational messages in your kids’ …

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Extreme Decorating: Crashing at New Hampshire's "Adventure Suites"

(Note: “Extreme Decorating” is an ongoing series in which WallCandy Dad goes beyond removable wall decals and explores unusual and over-the-top decorating ideas tried in homes, restaurants, hotels, businesses, tourist destinations and public spaces. We all get decoration inspiration from different places, as it is a reflection of our tastes and personalities). Smack in the middle of New Hampshire’s White …

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5 reasons why WallCandy decals are like the 2012 Summer Olympics

The pageantry is well under way! We all live busy lives, but if leisure time is overflowing in your world, there will have been 5,535 hours of Olympics television coverage from NBC (spread across NBC, NBC Sports Network, MSNBC, CNBC, Bravo, Telemundo, and NBCOlympics.com) by the end of the closing ceremonies. If you DVR it all, that’s enough to watch …

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Nostalgic Fun: The playroom makes an unexpected cameo in the 2012 presidential race

Besides being fervently pro-America (you did know that all our removable wall stickers are made in the USA, right?), we wisely keep our nose out of politics in the WallCandy world. Why?  Well because, quite frankly, there are Democrat Princesses and Republican Princesses. To our knowledge, Cowboys and Owls have no staunch positions on national health care — at least …

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celebrating the world's tallest buildings — and their wall decal twins

So many of us have noticed the silly practice of hotels, apartment buildings and other high-rises skipping over the 13th floor — just jumping from 12 to 14 as if it were possible to simply eliminate Number 13 to calm superstitious nerves. This practice is an extremely slippery slope as any staircase shorter than 13 steps means you’ll be staying …

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Wall Sticker Royalty: What do Princesses do once the wedding is over?

So remember the hoopla surrounding the Royal Wedding?  You know, when we were bombarded with 24/7 coverage about what Kate and Pippa were wearing, what kind of china they’d be eating off, who made their shoes, and what kind of shampoo the princess used on her gorgeous locks? Much like our own weddings, the time zaps by in an instant.  …

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Relax on Thanksgiving, go crazy on Small Business Saturday!

We like to shop as much as the next gal or guy, but there’s something a bit unsettling about the mad “Black Friday” stampedes — which have started to creep into “Black Thursday.” At the risk of undercutting our own sales, I’m going to beg you: PUT YOUR CREDIT CARDS AWAY ON THANKSGIVING DAY and chill out with your family. …

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Emmy Recap: Celebrating our own Modern Families!

You know that silly question of which child or grandchild you like the best? That’s how I felt watching the Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series category during last night’s Emmy Awards. Four actors from “Modern Family” were up for the honor — Ty Burrell (Phil) Ed O’Neill (Jay), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Mitchell) and Eric Stonestreet (Cameron) — as …

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BRIGHT BULBS – Night Light wall decals glow beyond energy debate!

Not sure if you’ve been following the ugly light bulb debate in Congress, but there’s been a huge fight over whether Americans should be using traditional incandescent light bulbs (the ones we’ve been seemingly using forever) or more energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. The former are much cheaper than the latter, but don’t last as long. Critics of the new efficient …

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