Mama Love Blog


Lauren of Mama{Love} created an awesome organization center on a beam in her kitchen using our Gold Confetti Organization Kit. We love how creative she was, turning what many people would see as an architectural hindrance into something useful and beautiful!

Read on to see how Lauren did it!

“In the entryway of our galley kitchen, we have a column that is 9 feet tall and about 16 inches wide. I wanted to take advantage of the height and use the entire column as a place to not only display art, but keep our family calendar of activities. After checking out some ideas on Pinterest, I decided to keep it real simple with a magnetic board.”


“I looked to my favorite company for wall decals, Wall Pops, which I love for their dry erase calendars. They have a wide selection of peel and stick reusable items that won’t damage your walls, so I thought that would be perfect for the top of the board.

I chose the Gold Confetti Organization Kit with four different options in a modern, gold polka dot design.

The kit included a weekly calendar – perfect for the day-to-day activities and a place to jot down to-do a monthly calendar for long-term date note board and cork board (with pushpins) in dry erase 13X13 sheets with a dry erase marker and holder.”

Dry Erase Calendar

Cork Organization Board

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Caruth Studio

Caruth Studio

 Desk Accessories for Dorm Study

Desk Accessories for Dorm Rooms

Caruth Studio compiled a wonderful list of dorm desk accessories. We think all of the selections are amazing! We would have definitely used these when we were in school.

“Homework. It’s gotta be done so you might as well do it in a well-organized and attractive space, right? These are the things we’d want on hand for all-nighters or an exam cram.”

Dry Erase Calendar

“A digital calendar is helpful on the go but it’s easy to hit the close button. With this removable and repositionable wall version, those deadlines and reminders are right in your face.”

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Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary

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A lovely review and giveaway from Elizabeth, creator of the blog Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary. Make sure to view the whole post here which includes more in-home photos!

wallpops dry erase map

“Long gone are the days where you have to use paints and stencils to create wall art – these decals were so simple to use! Just peel off the sheet and apply to the wall. If you put it in the wrong place, simply remove and replace to where you want it!”

wallpops maps

The Home Monthly

Throw an At Home Children’s Birthday Party

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Planning and putting on a birthday party for your little one can be both exciting and intimidating, especially with so much inspiration all around today, from flipping through magazines to gazing at Pinterest boards. Nevertheless, it can be surprisingly easy to throw an unforgettable birthday bash that will leave kids and guests completely impressed.

wall art kit

“A huge advantage to throwing at-home birthday parties for kids is that they’re completely customizable, and far more affordable,” says Paula Berberian, creative director of WallPops, the line of peel-and-stick wall art from Brewster Home Fashions. “That means you can incorporate personal touches to make the birthday boy or girl feel extra-special as they celebrate their big day. Not to mention, kids are more comfortable in their home environment.”

Paula reveals tips and tricks to throw the ultimate birthday party for the birthday star (Go to the Full Article!)

HGTV: 5 Temporary Wallpaper Ideas

A Designer Look Without the Commitment

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Wallpaper has made a huge comeback recently. With new trends and styles, the look has far surpassed the country kitchens of yesteryear and is now one of the most sought after design elements on the market. My dilemma is this: I love wallpaper, but I’m a renter. Also, I change my mind constantly, so I tend to stick with flexible and inexpensive decor that I can move around or replace on the reg. So wallpaper is not an option for me, right? Wrong.

Wall decals

I’m sure you already know that temporary wallpaper is a thing, but lately it has become a very popular thing. Because of this, companies are exploding onto the scene with peel-and-stick products that look and feel like the real, stylish stuff you pin and pine over. But if installing temporary wallpaper still seems daunting, some pretty creative folks at have come up with other gorgeous and easy faux-paper methods to try as well. Check out 5 ways to bring the most beautiful and unique wallpaper trends home, sans glue…and commitment!

See the entire article here!

Sun Sentinal: Stuff We Love

Couture Colorado: Five Tips on How to DIY

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Whether it’s a bookshelf, nightstand or just an old jewelry box, before you decide to trash it, think about how you can bring it new life. Millennials have been renamed Generation DIY, and for a good reason – according to a recent article by Advertising Age, 69 percent of the population is making strides to live greener. The trends of upcycling and DIY are thriving, so with Earth Day just around the corner, Paula Berberian, Creative Director of wallpaper powerhouse Brewster Home Fashions, creator of WallPops, the premier line of peel-and-stick wall art, and nuWallPaper, a brand new peel-and-stick wallpaper, has the following tips for finding the treasure in your trash.

“More and more people are choosing to upcycle products, rather just tossing the old and buying new,” says Berberian. “A simple way to upcycle anything is the use of wallpaper or wall decals – bringing color, texture and life back to any product.” Below, Berberian shares five easy DIY projects, featuring three types of wall décor repurposed in creative ways to revive the forgotten beauty and worth of household items.

Read the entire article here!