Overall size 13.3" x 40.5"
7" small elephant
11" medium elephant
22" wide large elephant
Select 1 color from the color chart for this decal
Please note: Actual colors may vary slightly due to individual computer monitor settings. If you want to purchase a color sample OR if you don't see the color you are looking for, please contact us.
ABOUT OUR WALL DECALS
We use high quality extremely thin vinyl, giving you a “hand painted” look.
Vinyl Decals can be applied to any clean, smooth or lightly textured surface. Apply these decals to walls, doors, windows, mirrors, anywhere you want!
Vinyl decals are easy to apply and remove. However, once the decal has been removed it cannot be reapplied.
Decals can be enlarged or made smaller based on your specifications. Please contact us for a pricing estimate.
Finished graphics shipped to customers should be removed from packaging and stored flat at room temperature for 24 hours before application.
Some decals will come “pieced” and you will need to put them together. This allows us to save vinyl and save you cost.
Instructions for applying our decals can be found as an image on any of our listings, or you may use this link: http://pinterest.com/pin/92957179779076713/
Wall graphics must be applied to a clean, smooth, dry, and non-porous interior wall. Walls may be wiped down with a damp cloth or sponge, but be sure the surface is fully dry before applying your decal. A small amount of gentle dish soap mixed with water may be used if necessary, but avoid harsh cleaners and make sure not to leave any soapy residue behind.
Freshly applied paint should be allowed to cure for a minimum of three full weeks prior to wall graphic application. Wall graphics do not perform well when applied to, flat finish, washable, or Zero VOC latex paint coatings.
For best adhesion properties between the graphic and the painted wall, apply the graphic to an egg-shell, satin, or semi-gloss painted wall. Flat or matte paint finishes may cause poor adhesion properties between the paint and the graphic. Wall graphics do not perform well when applied to, flat finish, washable, or Zero VOC latex paint coatings.
If the graphic isn’t transferring to the wall and is remaining on the application tape upon removal, please try the following:
• Enough pressure may not have been applied during the initial installation. Please re-apply
firm pressure back and forth over the graphic with your vinyl application tool to help the
adhesive generate a stronger bond with the wall.
• Let the graphic and top layer of application tape adhere to the wall for a minimum of 20
minutes after application. Re-apply firm pressure back and forth over the graphic and try to
remove the application tape slowly.
• Using a household stiff bristled cleaning brush or balled up towel aggressively rub in a
circular motion over the graphic area to help burnish the material to the texture of the paint.
• Using a wet rag, rub over the top layer of application tape. This will help reduce the
properties of the adhesive in the application tape, and help release from the graphic more
When preparing a wall for a graphic, it is important to understand that not all surfaces are suitable for vinyl film application.
Any of the following conditions can cause poor adhesion or product failure:
• Highly textured paint
• Poor initial paint bond (Walls that are newly constructed typically are painted with low-grade
flat finish paint and may not have been properly primed prior to painting. This could result in
paint removal upon removal of the vinyl graphic.)
• Patched areas that have not been primed prior to painting
• Moisture behind the drywall, which can cause the drywall paper to release (Watch for walls
that back up to cooling systems, water pipes, overhead windows, and windows that have
been boarded up. These areas are prone to condensation that may not be obvious at the time
• High humidity areas such as garages, entryways, and bathrooms
• Dust, dirt, or other contaminants on the wall
• Wall paper or other wall coverings
• Freshly painted walls that have not had ample time to cure. Wall graphics tend to bubble and
release from the wall while paint is in the curing process.
Once the lettering is on the wall and transfer tape removed, you may also warm the vinyl up slightly with a hair dryer on low setting to make the vinyl more pliable and allow the adhesive to form a stronger bond with the surface. Be careful not overheat the vinyl which will cause it to warp and shrink. Use your finger to press the vinyl onto the wall into the texture while it is warm. Do not use the applicator tool on the vinyl once the transfer tape is removed and the vinyl is warmed up or you may stretch or disfigure the vinyl or risk leaving scratches on it.
If you find parts of your wall decal are peeling off over time, you may try warming it up with a hair dryer on low setting to reactivate the adhesive. Press the vinyl back onto the wall and allow it to cool and set. You may also dab a bit of washable craft glue, glue stick, or wallpaper paste to reattach it.
***** We do not guarantee that our decals will be compatible with all surfaces or that they will work on one wall in the same way they worked on another. Apply at your own risk.
Vinyl decals make great gifts, but sometimes it's hard to decide. Paisley in a Pear Tree offers Gift Certificates. If you are interested in sending a gift certificate, send us a message!
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