The Story Of Three: PeelStar Review and Giveaway

Saturday, September 7, 2013

PeelStar Review and Giveaway


Big Brother C played his first sport last year, baseball, we had a great coach, an awesome team & we are thrilled to be returning this year for more baseball fun! I loved my son's uniform & actually saved it even though it will be too small this year, however thanks to PeelStar, he has a new wall decal in his baseball themed room featuring his first jersey color & name!

At PeelStar you can create your own magnet or wall decal & stick it almost anywhere, they are great for glass, walls, metal surfaces & more! From your child's school locker to his bedroom wall, PeelStar let's you display your team's exact color, style, number & child's name! 


PeelStar's website is easy to navigate, starting with the "create" tab, you can choose which sport you would like, they have options like baseball, football, even cheer-leading. Than customize your jersey's shirt color, collar & even sleeve, just enter your child's name & team number, then choose if you'd like a magnet or decal & that's it! 


It was super easy to create a unique wall decal for my son, once my product arrived, it peeled off the paper easily & went up on the wall in seconds. I was able to move it around as well to get it to the right height that I wanted & it didn't damage the decal. 


Pretty cool huh? What would you like to make at PeelStar?


Buy It: Purchase your own custom decal & magnet online!

Win It: One lucky reader will win a PeelStar decal!

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(I am a writer for the Thrifty Nifty Mommy Blogger Network by Janessa at Thrifty Nifty Mommy. I was sent the items above for my review, all opinions are my own & no other compensation was received)


1 comment:

Linda Meyers-Gabbard said...

I would make a red and white baseball shirt for my hubby. He pitched all through school. Tried out for the Red's when he was 17. Theg told him to comeback when he turned 18. He went in the Navy instead. He went to Vietnam instead.
I think he would like i