Over the last few months Chloe has found the love for Peppa the pig. To some parents this an absolute nightmare. They can’t stand the pig and are trying to stand well off it. I don’t mind too much. Even the five year old is still interested, particularly in the iPad apps you can avail of in the app store. It’s education after all.
Not too long ago Stickerscape got in touch to see if we would be interested in reviewing some Peppa Pig goodies. I couldn’t say no to that considering how obsessed Chloe is with Peppa Pig at the moment. It was just the perfect timing as well. In the first quarter of the year, I wrote about the kids play room. Up until now, it was still missing a wall decal in one corner of the room. Matthew had his construction road but Chloe was missing something on her wall. Peppa Pig couldn’t be more matching.
There are many different decals you can choose from the Peppa Pig range on the website. I wanted something that matches the play room. A skipping rope definitely represents the play room. Chloe wanted a Peppa Pig decal that includes Peppa as well as Candy Cat. She loves Candy Cat. In fact she has a Candy Cat plush toy she goes to bed with every night.
This specific wall decal is available in two different sizes. The one I went for is large (130cm x 48cm). I wanted something that fills the whole wall underneath the TV. If you fancy something smaller though, they also have this available in a regular size which is 65cm x 24cm.
As the sheet is quite long, I would advice you stick this on with the help of another person. First of all you have to take off one sheet and make sure everything sticks on the adhesive sheet. That was the trickiest part for me. Then next it’s onto the wall. You have to be careful no bubbles are being created underneath the pictures but it has to be straight at the same time. Of course you have that problem with any top of decal. I use a bank card or CD to get the bubbles out, if there was any. The decal I picked is available from £12 to 24. Though the other decals are available at a different price.
Stickers are children’s favourite. With the decal we also received a pack of mixed name labels for Chloe. Again you can choose from many different designs but I picked Peppa Pig of course. Chloe was over the moon when she saw this. She immediately stuck two of them on her drink bottle and one on the table in the play room to mark her spot. I picked the big back which includes 171 labels in all sorts of size and shapes. These include stick on as well as iron on labels. These come in very handy if your child goes to play school or big school. Right now we have labelled her coat, bottle and bag.
Prices start at £7.50 (46 labels) and go up to £16 for a big pack (171 labels).
I have teamed up with the lovely people at Stickerscape to give you a chance to win a Peppa Pig wall decal of your choice or a Peppa Pig label pack. The giveaway is open to all residents in the UK and Ireland and will close 20th November midnight. Good Luck!
Disclaimer: I was sent these products for the purpose of this review. As always this is 100% an honest opinion given by the author of this blog.