Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Wallpaper for Windows $75 Gift Certificate - Another Easy Entry Giveaway!

There's just one day left for you to enter to win a $20 gift certificate to Babies Bonded Forever, but three days to enter today's giveaway!

I had the fun opportunity to review Wallpaper for Windows. From their site:

Wallpaper For Windows™ decorative window film is the easy Do-It-Yourself way to decorate and add privacy to ordinary windows, glass doors, shower enclosures and more.

They have a huge selection of films to choose from! It came at the perfect time for us. Until this past winter, we had a huge open field next to our house. For 6 years it's been slated for development and for six years nothing has happened with it (except for them cutting down tons of beautiful trees and driving tractors back and forth for one entire summer). Then, suddenly, they started building and building and building. Now, all I see are the very ugly backsides of numerous houses.

The back of our house faces a protected wooded area, so we've never put curtains up on our main floor. We love the huge amount of light we get and we've always enjoyed the view. With the all the new houses, I decided it was time we do something! The living room window has too much visibility - I don't want to see my neighbors cooking in their kitchen and they don't need to see me cooking in mine!

We chose these Deco Spots. We have sort of a retro 70's feel in our house and these fit perfectly. More importantly, it breaks up the view for added privacy, but doesn't block it completely.

The films were extraordinarily easy to apply. Very important, especially because my husband is too impatient to actually read directions. You can see his hand there using the provided card to smooth out the spots.

Now when I'm standing in my kitchen, the big dots are just in the right spots to make me feel like those houses over there can't see straight into my life.

Yet, when I look out my window from another direction, I can still see the lovely trees outside. And so far, my children have been unable to peel them off or destroy them! Perfect!

Now it's your chance to win! Again, this week's giveaway theme is old school easy entry!

THE PRIZE: $75 Gift Certificate for the product of your choice! WOW! 

TO ENTER you must do just two simple things! 

One: follow me via GFC, Google + or Twitter (buttons to the right) and visit

Two: comment below: tell me how you're following me and which product you would select for your own window covering project!

The winner will be chosen completely randomly through the old school process of names in a hat, hand-picked by my two-year-old son! I'm passing on the high tech entry forms of late and keeping it seriously simple for you! Please be certain to include your email or blog link so that I can contact you when you win! All giveaways this week will be open for JUST 3 DAYS! So enter now! The winner will be contacted by Monday and will have 48-hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

You might also choose to follow Wallpaper for Windows on Facebook and/or Twitter, but this is not required, just courteous! Good luck!

*** Residents of US & Canada only, please (sorry, international readers)!
Disclosure: I received this product free of charge for review purposes. Opinions expressed in this review come straight from me! 


  1. Follow google +
    Shannon Thompson

    Rhapsody Stained Glass Privacy Film would love this for the window in the kids play room. my little guy is always peeking out the window.

  2. I'm following you on GFC, Twitter, & G+. I would choose the Chateau Glass Block Style Privacy Window Film :) So pretty!


  3. I just saw this stuff on TV! I am IN! Following you on Google+ Becky Flansburg

  4. I have three big windows in my front room facing the street. I have a blind on there now and I hate it. Makes the room dark and tiny feeling. I would pick something like this:
    And put it half-away up my windows. That way I get the natural light coming in and yet have the privacy!

  5. Following Wallpaper for Windows on Facebook (Becky Flansburg)


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