I received product samples to review
Ever since we moved them into their own room downstairs a year ago, 3Po's and Jammy's bedroom walls have been completely bare. Their interests change so frequently that I don't want to commit to painting wall murals, and they can't decide which posters they want to hang on their walls!
That's why wall decals are the perfect solution. I didn't even think of it until Wallmonkeys invited us to select a few images to be made into bright, colorful, non-marking wall decals to peel and stick onto their walls. They literally have millions of designs to choose from, including fine art, photo landscapes, vector graphics and more. You can even upload your own image to create your own wall art!
This is what I selected:
(Note: With so many images, finding the image you want can be challenging. You can search through general categories, but within those categories there are still so many images, so it would have been nice to be able to refine the search in other ways, for instance by image type (photograph/vector/etc..) or by size. Your best bet is to type in a key word or words in the Search bar).
You can choose from various sizes; I chose the largest size ( 48"x42" sheet) because 3Po's and Jammy's bedroom has a lot of wall space to fill! The images arrived rolled up in a large, sturdy tube so they wouldn't get crumpled. Using Wallmonkeys to decorate walls couldn't be easier -- you literally peel the images from their paper backing and stick them onto your walls.
There's no glue or tape required! The decals are beautiful, printed in nice colors without any bleeding or blurriness. They are made of really high quality material, with a nice matte finish (almost like wallpaper) that I really love. I don't think I would have used them if they were made of slick, glossy material like a bumper sticker!
My kids loved being able to decide where each decal went, and they loved being able to peel and stick the decals themselves.
Wallmonkeys decals are environmentally safe, PVC free and biodegradable.
The best part about Wallmonkeys? They're reusable! If you decide you want to change things around, you can peel them up and stick them back on your wall in a different location. 3Po and Jammy did this several times while deciding where they wanted each decal to go.
If you decide you want to change the look of your room, you can peel up the decals and stick them back on their paper backing. If your kids are anything like mine, five months later they'll decide they want the old look back. In my case, all I will have to do is take out my roll of Wallmonkeys decals and stick them back up!
Wallmonkeys -- what a practical, adorable, affordable way to decorate a wall!
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Disclosure: I received product samples to review. The views and opinions expressed here are my own.