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Easy Stripe
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Peel. Stick. Done.

Easy stripe

Easy Stripe is self-adhesive striping used to decorate walls, doors, bikes, laptops, autos & more. It sticks easily and removes clean.

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Help & Info
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How it works

Understand our guarantee policy and the process.

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Measuring and Installation

Full guidance on measuring your walls.

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Paper Types

Everything you need to know about our different paper types.

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Shipping and Returns

All the information on our shipping and returns policies.

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FAQ

Quick access to the most requested questions we receive.

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Contact us

For any other information don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Sample size

Sample Size

Choose between standard 8.5x11 inch samples or a jumbo 26x26 inch sample. 

8.5'' x 11''
$4 each | Great for proofing art, color, and comparing paper types.
26'' x 26''
$24 each | The biggest and best visual for pros and large projects.

Select your paper type

Paper Type

Choose between three distinct paper types. Read below for information about each. Feel free to contact us with any questions or if you need assistance choosing a paper type. 

Peel-and-Stick

Peel-and-Stick

Smooth linen texture with a matte finish. Simple DIY installation. Easily repositions and removes clean. Heavy thickness easily masks wall texture and bumps. Vibrant color, superior print definition, and is washable. 100% the best peel-and-stick and our most popular wall covering choice.
Classic

Classic

Elegant and smooth matte finish wallpaper. Vibrant colors, superior print definition and washable. Standard paste-the-wall application. Popular among those who like a traditional wall covering for home and office use.
Heavy

Heavy

Durable and rugged, this pebble textured wallpaper excels in high traffic areas and commercial spaces. Type-2 certified and washable with a standard paste-the-wall application. Popular for those who prefer traditional wall coverings with rugged durability for high traffic areas.

Homemade Cranberry Sauce & A Ginger Cranberry Cocktail

A little part of us will always love emptying that congealed can of cranberry onto a plate and serving it up, but we are trying to be a little more sophisticated these days. This recipe is a simple, absolutely delicious alternative to the can. This homemade rendition will take less than half an hour and can be simmering while you make all your other delicious trimmings for Thanksgiving dinner. Try this out and we dare you not to sneak a spoonful while it's cooling.

1/4 c sugar (can substitute other sweetener if desired)
1/2 c pineapple juice (can use other juice such as fresh squeezed orange)
1/2 c fresh or canned pineapple (crushed or finely diced)
12 oz of fresh cranberries
1/2 c water
1/4 tsp freshly ground cinnamon
1/8 tsp salt
(optional) chopped walnuts or pecans for garnish
(optional) orange zest

Combine sugar, pineapple juice, crushed pineapple, cranberries, water, cinnamon and salt in a medium sized saucepan. Bring to a simmer over medium heat and cook for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and stir in fresh orange zest to taste. Top with chopped nuts if desired. Let cool completely before serving. Best if refrigerated for at least 2 hours.


Looking for a cranberry libation to accompany your festivities? We are loving this Ginger Cranberry Cocktail from the Food Network. We would make up our own version, but why mess with a good thing, right?

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