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Applying Wall Stickers

We sell a range of wall stickers.  This page provides an overview of the different types of stickers on sale and instructions for applying (detailed instructions are included in any pack that you purchase).   We hope this information will help you pick the right product for your child.  If you would like any further information, please contact us. 

Wallies Wall Play

Wall Play stickers are removable and can be repositioned again and again.  They are made from vinyl, leave no sticky residue and are safe for most surfaces.  Each kit includes enough stickers for one wall.

Peel & Stick Chalkboard

Peel & Stick Chalkboards are removable and repositionable.  You can write on them with chalk and wipe with a soft cloth to clean.  A stick of chalk is included.

Dry Erase Wall Stickers

Dry Erase Wall Stickers are removable and repositionable.  You can write on them with a standard dry-erase pen and wipe with a soft cloth to clean.  A dry-erase pen is included.

Wallies Big Murals

Big Murals are made from pre-pasted vinyl-coated wallpaper.  To apply: submerge in water for 20-30 seconds, apply to selected surface, wipe off excess water with a paper towel then allow a couple of hours to dry and set fast.  They can be applied to walls, wood and glass.  They are easy to remove and won't harm most surfaces.  One kit includes enough stickers to decorate one wall or a small room.

Roommates and Forwalls

RoomMates and Forwalls wall stickers are removable, repositionable, and reusable wall stickers. They are available in a range of themes and designs and can be applied to any smooth surface.

General Advice

It is probably better not to apply wall stickers close to a cot as it is possible that an inquisitive child may peel them off the wall and try to eat!  For the same reason, for a very young child you may prefer to apply wall stickers when they are not around.  Once on the wall they look as though they are painted on so even the most curious child may not realise that they can be peeled off.