A few weeks ago I got the opportunity to review a set of wall stickers. This came in so handy. I still had to decorate the playroom because since the move, we only managed to get through our list of items that needed to be fixed or bought before it was onto decorating. We finally came to the end of the list and it is onto decorating all the rooms now. As I love the colour of the paint we have throughout the house, I didn’t want to change it in the playroom either, instead decorate it with stickers.
When Kids Prints got in touch to review one of their re-stickable wall print sets, I was more than happy to get involved. There are multiple themes and scenes to choose from. They are so easy to remove and apply to the wall. And what’s best, if you made a mistake, you can remove them without any damage and reapply them. It’s so handy. I was positively impressed. Even the kids can get involved.
When the postman arrived, to deliver the print, I was greeted by a colourful triangle shaped package. That was pretty in itself I thought. Both my kids and I opened the box together. My oldest was particularly excited when he saw what kind of stickers they were. He loves construction vehicles, emergency vehicles. The typical boy basically.
When we decided what wall we wanted the scene on, I started sticking the road. We kind of found our own design what way the road is pointing. Matthew gave me directions for the last bend though. Then it was onto the vehicles. I started off with the construction site. The “concrete truck”, as Matthew calls it, had to be close to the construction site with the digger.
3 simple steps:
Dry Wipe Clean
Peel and Stick
Rub down the graphic with a dry cloth
Then it was onto the rest of the vehicles which Matthew took off the sheet and he stuck some onto the road with me. There was a taxi, a police car, an ambulance, a fire engine and even traffic lights. It didn’t take long to do all this at all. But the perfectionist that I am, I wanted it to look 110%. The end result is amazing.
The prints come in three different sizes. Small, medium and large. The one I chose, is medium. Large means you get more road and one or two more vehicles. Of course it depends on the scene you are choosing. They range from dinosaurs, nursery, woods to zoo. Individual characters can also be purchased. The educational ones are actually too which include numbers and alphabet in shape of a house. I am planning to have stickers on another wall for Chloe that is girls themed. The price of the stickers start from £42.
Disclaimer: I was sent the product for the purpose of this review. As always the opinion is my very own.