Falling Flowers - Wall Stickers
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THE SMALL SETS OF FALLING FLOWERS WONT BE SENT UNTIL 21st OF APRIL.
Removable. Reusable. Non- Toxic. Shrink- Free. Rip-Free.
Create a magical wall with these dreamy Flowers! Hand painted by artist Danella Gillard.
There are so many ways to style these Flowers!
Cluster them up, then let the breeze drift them around the room!
Evenly spot them around the wall to look like wall paper!
Create a flower garden from the skirting board
.......the possibilities are endless!
Sailah Lane's FABRIC wall stickers are amazing quality and have a beautiful soft canvas type texture to them. They are removable and reusable, so you can move them around over and over again! They can be applied to almost all smooth surfaces and won't damage your walls - great if you are renting!
The Large wall sticker set includes 38 individual Flowers/Leaves and the Small wall sticker set includes 17 individual Flowers/Leaves.
Sticker size for BOTH sets..
Flower length ranges from 8cm - 26.5cm
See images to see what is included in each set.
The Large set is intended to cover a standard 2.4 x 3m wall.
**Colour may vary slightly from screen**
Please allow upto 5 business days for your stickers to be dispatched.
See our Delivery/Returns page for details.
Will they damage my walls?
No they won't! They have a patented adhesive on the back that doesn't leave any sticky residue on your walls, perfect for if you are renting and don't want to upset the landlord. They are gentle on walls however we can not guarantee that they won't take off paint from unprimed walls. Do not use on bubbling paint.
How To Apply
Start with smooth, clean and dry walls.
Simply peel off backing paper and stick on to the wall.
Remove to rearrange.
Keep the white backing paper and tube if you intend to move the decals,or move home!
Choking hazard, not recommended for children under 3 years of age. Our wall stickers should never be placed within a child’s reach or near where they sleep to avoid a possible choking hazard.