My Wall Stickers – Review
I love wall stickers. I’ve loved them ever since I bought some Winnie the Pooh ones for Aiden’s room when he was a baby!
The girls now love them as much as me and when we moved here we spent ages on Ebay choosing the wall stickers we were going to have in our bedrooms 🙂
Kaycee picked some lovely purple flowers, I picked some wisteria for the front of the white wardrobes and a cherry blossom branch for under the window and Ella picked minions for her wardrobe doors!
My Wall Stickers
When My Wall Stickers got in touch asking if we’d like to review some wall stickers we said yes, of course, and I decided I’d get one to replace some butterflies and flowers stickers that I’d bought from eBay but that hadn’t been very good. They’d only been up a couple of months and they were starting to peel off and stick to people as they walked past.
I chose a Japanese sakura tree. You can choose your own colours on a lot of the stickers so I went for brown to match the pictures on the wall above.
Read The Instructions
When it arrived, I read through the instructions and it said it had to be applied to a flat surface. The wallpaper I was planning on attaching the sticker too is slightly textured and I figured it wasn’t the best place to choose as I didn’t want it peeling off like the previous one.
My problem then turned out to be finding a flat surface that was big enough for the tree! The only other place in the entire house that had enough wall space to accommodate it was in Kaycee and Ella’s bedroom.
I put it up while they were at school and when they saw it that night they loved it 🙂
I found it really easy to apply after an initial panic about it not being a ‘peel and stick’ type wall sticker like I was used too. I usually get the ones where you have to follow the numbers and diagram to stick each piece in the right place but this came on one big sheet and you had to cut the sheet into two pieces.
|The applicator is attached to the tube. I must admit, I did wonder what this was as I’d never had an applicator with any wall stickers before!|
|Depending on your chosen design, you may need to cut this long sheet into two or more pieces.|
|Read all the instructions first, it makes it much easier!|
|These are the things you’ll need for successful application 🙂|
|Stick the sheet to the wall in the middle using masking tape with the backing paper against the wall. Peel the sticker forward towards yourself and cut off a piece of the backing paper.|
|Using the applicator, press firmly against the wall. Make sure you rub all over the stickers paying particular attention to the edges.|
|You can see where I cut the backing off then stuck the stickers to the wall.|
|Now slowly peel back the backing paper, rubbing the stickers onto the wall as you go. You might find it easier to cut away parts of the backing paper as you go. I did!|
|This is how it looks with all the backing paper removed and the stickers stuck to the wall|
|Now you want to start peeling off the front paper, slowly and carefully.|
|If you find any parts of the sticker hasn’t stuck, just use the applicator again to press it to the wall|
It’s quite time consuming putting on a sticker this size but it’s worth taking your time over.
I love it as much as the girls, it’s very good quality and easy to apply 🙂
Please note: We were sent the sticker to review but this didn’t influence our write up of the product.