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I love to decorate my children's room with wall stickers, wall decals,etc.


Wall stickers are a necessity for general household use and are a small part of life decoration. The main material used for wall stickers is mostly PVC material. It is waterproof and moisture-proof. These functions work best when using the stickers in the nursery or kids room. Children like playing with water and draw everywhere. The stickers are easy to clean with cloth. The general use of wall stickers has very good decorative effect. Wall stickers from an artistic point of view is the art of hollowing out. Currently young people are very fond of decorating their homes with them, very convenient! Wall stickers can be pasted on the wall in the pattern you want. There are many advantages over hand-painted walls. Wall stickers are very suitable for the needs of modern young people's lives, the pursuit of taste and refinement, easy and fast.

We are more familiar with wallpaper, which is a flat repeated pattern composition of a large area of decorative materials. There are a variety of materials and a variety of craft varieties, and there is a mature use of ideas and a wide base of customers using. The pattern of the whole is easy to integrate with the decoration environment, but also lack of individual characteristics. They are suitable for mass decoration style. Wall stickers are a new thing with more patterns. If you do not want them and tear away at will, usually it won't need professional construction.  You can peel and stick all by yourself.

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Check to see how to install a wall decal

Benefits of an Authorized Wall Decals Dealer

There are many benefits of an authorized wall decals dealer. They provide you with quality wall decals at reasonable prices. A quality dealer can make your murals or stickers look amazing. The decals are printed in full color with fade-resistant ink. You can purchase decals in single colors or complex vector images. The prices of wall decals depend on size and quantity. Some dealers offer free design services for their customers.

lifetime warranty on the wall decals

Besides being easy to install, peel-and-stick products have a lifetime warranty. They are repositionable, so you can change the design at anytime. These products come in a wide variety of designs and can be applied to many surfaces including mirrors, laptops, and file cabinets. They also look great on windows and ceilings. There are no adhesives required, so you can rest assured that you will get high-quality decals.

Depending on the material, vinyl wall decals may be applied to smooth surfaces or on textured surfaces. While wallpaper can be very smooth, it might not be the best choice for wall decals, which can peel off the wallpaper if applied incorrectly. If you do want to use vinyl wall decals, make sure the surface is smooth and non-porous. Also, avoid applying vinyl wall decals on highly textured surfaces or on paints with additives. Moreover, use matte-finish paints instead of high-gloss finish.

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removable decals and no harm to the walls

If you're using a removable wall decal, you can easily clean it by rubbing the adhesive with a damp rag. Make sure to use lint-free rags for this purpose. The tackiness of the adhesive will wear down over time. However, be sure not to touch the adhesive with your hands, as debris from your hands and room will affect the tackiness of the decals.

A great way to add a touch of modern decor to your home is with wall decals. StickerYou's sticker maker allows you to add text and art to your decal, and even change the color of the stickers. Custom wall decals are an ideal option for office walls, business walls, and home decor. With custom designs, you can change the size and color without having to worry about them being damaged.

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high-quality wall stickers

Before ordering removable wall decals, you should consider the size and material of the wall that you'll be covering. Ensure that the design is high-quality and is approved by the manufacturer. Also, make sure that the adhesive is removable. Quality removable wall decals should not bond to the wall and have a growing agent. You should consider the material and adhesive when selecting decals. A quality removable wall decal will be durable and resist wear and tear.…

How to decorate indoor walls

In interior decoration, the wall is the face of the whole family decoration. There is no right or wrong in any wall decoration, as long as it can meet the overall decoration effect.

Now let's introduce the specific methods of how to decorate the interior wall.

Empty Living room with led tv on brick wall and wooden table

How to decorate home walls

Raw materials / tools


Solvent gasoline

Latex paint


Wall cloth

Method / step

The decoration method generally adopts aluminum board, wood board, plastic board, marble, granite, various color ceramic tiles, glass mirror, mosaic, mosaic, mosaic painting, mural, etc. In terms of pattern color, we should pay attention to the organic balance between richness and vulgarity and visual fatigue. However, most working families use latex paint, wallpaper, wall cloth and other colors for decoration.

Lime whitewash

One kilogram of lime can be applied for about 10 square meters, and about 6 liters of water is needed. The final dilution degree is like soybean milk. Secondly, add an appropriate amount of alum bone glue, so that the wall will not be powdered after drying.

Wall powder painting

Wall powder can be bought in building materials stores. If there is no other demand, it can be directly washed with water and painted. If color matching is needed, it should be noted that blue and green are acidic and easy to be neutralized by alkaline lime. Therefore, color matching and wall brushing should be carried out after half a year.

Wall paint

Wall painting is mainly divided into mixed paint diluted with solvent gasoline or turpentine and the most common emulsion paint diluted with water, but both need to be brushed twice.

Self made pattern wall

If you think the wall is too monotonous, wallpaper is also a good choice. Wallpaper should be familiar to everyone, so it's not mentioned here. As for wallpaper, most people have less contact. The performance of fabric wallpaper is better than paper wallpaper in all aspects, but each has its own advantages. In terms of price, take general wallpaper and wallpaper, and the price difference is about $10 or $20.…

Rainbow Table Centerpiece

I love that there are so many rainbow decorations popping up everywhere. It’s like my childhood dreams of growing up to be Rainbow Bright are finally realized! But, I love a good, cheapo DIY even more than a revisit with my kidhood.

And the other day while putting away my daughter’s hair ties and accessories (that were scattered all over the sink like they are every.single.night – sigh), I noticed that her headbands were all bunched together in a pretty way. Which led me to thinking how much it resembled a rainbow. Which led me to imagine how cute it would be surrounded by a bunch of round white clouds. Which led me picturing it sitting all pretty on the dining room table. Which then led me to this project. <— I swear, this is actually how my “artsy-crafty” brain works. It’s kinda scary-ridiculous, I know.

So, I dug out rainbow colored headbands, grabbed a handful of her little teeny tiny black hair ties, a thin wood piece for the base, 2 small corner braces (same ones I used here), my trusty hot glue gun and I got to craftin’!

First I stacked up the headbands in the order I wanted them to be in (ROY-G-BIV – obvs.)

Next I attached them together with the little hair ties.

After attaching the headbands to the corner braces on each side with more hair ties, for additional stability I hot glued each corner brace to the interior bottom of the stack of headbands.

Using a screw driver and a small screw, I attached the brace bottom to the wood base.

Gently pull the headbands apart so they ascend into an arch. Lastly, using different sized white foam and white felt balls, I hot glued them around the base of the braces to create exaggerated, puffy clouds.

Bonus! It even looks good with dinosaurs!!! And I consider that a Win-Win!!!…

DIY Greenhouse

DIY Greenhouse

I have seen so many amazing greenhouses lately. From Pinterest, to my favorite decor magazines, it seems a lot of people are making and designing their own greenhouses. Some are mini versions that sit on your counter while others are huge spaces that resemble glass houses more than plant growing stations. After drooling over so many, I finally decided I needed a greenhouse.

Space is a wee bit tight in these parts (you know, small-ish house with 10 people, 2 dogs, 4 chickens and a bunny…) so I decided to build myself a lil’ one to go in this narrow opening on my back deck. It’s right by the electrical outlet, so I can use special greenhouse lights this winter to keep my plants alive and thriving through the colder months without having to move them inside and take up a lot of our indoor living space. And come spring, I can finally start my own veggies for the garden!

I made this matching awning and greenhouse entirely with scrap wood from our workshop, an old window and a few slate roof pieces I was gifted from a house built in 1907. I started by lining up what wood pieces I had by size. After figuring out which ones would work the best for the frames, I started building. It took a good week from start to finish (these kids apparently need fed 3x a day and I seem to be the only one knowledgeable in the craft of clothes washing), but the end result is even better than I imagined. My favorite feature is the greenhouse door. I really wanted something unique and different. A ‘Statement’ door. I attached this cool piece of art I had picked up at the Goodwill a handful of years ago using a few vintage hinges from the workshop.

This Little Black Greenhouse and awning of mine is proof that you can build anything you put your mind to. And you can do it as inexpensively as necessary. Plus, it’s always so fun to upcycle a good piece of art!

To see more of my Greenhouse, join me on Instagram!…

DIY Book Ledges

The simplest way to DIY a book ledge for any wall!

Honestly, this project was completed months ago. I made sure to take clear, quality pictures of each step at the time of construction. And then somewhere between then and now, the amazing step-by-step pictures have been lost in the wide world of the interweb.

Sooooo, I took crappy pictures of an already finished project to try my darndest to explain how the heck I made these things.

Honestly, these DIY Book Ledges are a pretty simple concept. I used 1″ x 2″ furring strips, outside corner moulding and brass corner braces. That’s truly all it took. But, in an attempt to help you better understand the process, I will proceed below with my subpar pictures and most-likely even lower standard of explanation….

You’re welcome (and I’m sorry!)

The first step was to measure the length of the wall I wanted the ledges to hang on as well as how many layers of ledges there would be. I also needed to make sure I knew the width of the books I was planning on displaying as I was hoping to use outside corner moulding pieces (these are traditionally about an inch or so in size) and a thicker book wouldn’t fit. These particular vintage books were a find on Facebook Marketplace and were all fairly thin, so my idea was perfect.

Once I knew the length of the wall and width of the books. Off to Home Depot I went!

After picking up 4 furring strips and the outdoor corner moulding (that I had found in the clearance section because they had been previously cut and each had a warped edge), I found the braces that were also the correct width to fit the moulding.

I waited in line for quite a while on a Saturday morning to have these bad boys cut for me. I have my own saws at home, but it was rainy and cold and it seemed like an easier option to have Home Depot cut the trim pieces instead. It’s actually a pretty sweet service they offer at no cost to the customer and saves loads of time on your projects! Just make sure you are 100% sure of your desired length – otherwise you’re stuck with a wrong size wood piece that you’ve already purchased and brought home.

The first step to actually constructing the ledges was to attach the furring strips to the wall. I decided to paint these white first (so they would blend in with the already white wall) and stain the corner moulding pieces to give the ledges a ‘warm’ look. Our walls are stucco and completely thin crap. Seriously. It’s a crazy pain to even find a stud and anything, heavy or not, must be attached to a stud. The function of the furring strips was to allow a foundation for the ledges that could be drilled into a stud and then be fully covered with the corner trim.

Next, after waiting for the stain to dry on the wood trim pieces, I attached them to the furring strips using the braces. I used 3 corner braces per ledge – one on each end and one in the middle. Learn from my mistake and be sure to use a drill bit extender or else you will jack-up your wood like I did here.…

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