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Please see the second image for exactly what you will receive. The Tree and Deer are NOT included in this listing.

These darling Critters look gorgeous scattered around a room, placed above bedheads and on shelves and frames. Combine with the Build A Tree and Oh Deer sets for a wonderfully whimsical forest scene! The earthy colours of this pack make them perfect for boy's nurseries, and are of course suitable for girls, too!

Sheet Size : 420 x 550mm (about 16.5 x 21.5")
Sizing: Rabbit 135mm x 280mm (5.3 x 11"), Owl 130 x 240mm (5.1 x 9.4"), Birds approx 75 x 95mm (2.9 x 3.7").

All our lovely stickers are made of adhesive fabric. Our wall decals are a matt finish with NO PVCThis makes them perfect for children and adults alike, as they are removable and completely reusable. Simply just peel from the sheet and stick on the wall! They can be scrunched into a ball and will easily un-scrunch and re-apply to your wall, many times over. Our stickers are non-toxic.

Can be applied to almost any surface, and will not damage your walls.

Matching mini stickers available in our store.

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We guarantee the quality of our stickers, and will happily replace any faulty items.


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Fabric Wall Decal - Forest Critters Earthy (reusable) NO PVC

$75.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: adhesive polyester
  • Ships worldwide from Byron Bay, Australia
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