Disney Princess castillo self-stick Mini Mural de pared con brillantes purpurina – 23 pegatinas
- mini-mural es de 36 pulgadas de ancho por 40 pulgadas de alto.
- Extraíble, reposicionable para, y reutilizable.
- Applique de Pared Adhesivo
- Despegar y pegar.
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Convierte tu habitación en un castillo con esta, removible, reutilizable, reposicionable castillo de princesa Mini - . es perfecto para su uso en una pared característica y medidas 34 pulgadas de ancho por 36,5 pulgadas de alto. pesado construido de 3.5 mil vinilo autoadhesivo retirar y lugar.
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A very nice wall mural for little girls who dream of being princesses(just about every girl?). Matches well with warm/pastel colors most little princesses prefer. The application is not easy, though, by one or even two people. A nice castle mural that our little girl absolutely loves...
***more detailed review***
we bought this for our daughter when she turned 6. She wanted us to paint her room pink AND purple but we settled on very soft pink(not HOT PINK like she wanted, whew).
We bought this mural because its color schematics matched well with the color that we chose as well as future color schematics that we'd be choosing(primary colors with softer tones such as blue works well with this castle).
It came rolled up and we had to reverse roll it to smooth it out a bit.
It was a bit big for one person to handle as I was being stubborn when my wife offered to help but I told her that I could do it, after all, this is just a peel and stick, and I am a MAN, right??
Well, not so fast...
It comes in three pieces...Center, right and left side.
I decided to eyeball the center of the wall and decided where to place the center piece without any measurement or marks (I would highly recommend anyone to NOT do this!!). Well, my eyes must have been crossed because the castle was NOT in the center and peeling it off and putting it back on a few times really DID a little bit of damage to this castle but I must say that the blame falls on me because I got impatient with each adjustment.
Just peeling it off the plastic backing alone made me sweat already because of the tiny "flag" that were fragile and I accidentally broke it. But I figured that I'd just "stick" and "match" it once I'd get the main part on.
It was a struggle to try to peel it off with it not sticking together in some areas and then trying to pry it open made me sweat more...(I would highly recommend having two people so the product doesn't stick to itself, it is a pain in the (_!_) to try to unstick itself)
after about 20 minutes of fumbling, I finally got the whole center part opened up but then realized that I was too short (I am 5'7") for where I'd wanted to place the castle...
I then went to get a ladder, eyeballed the center, stuck it on, tried to "iron" the bubbles out with my hands and once I'd gotten it on, I realized that it was crooked...
peeling it off the wall wasn't easy either, I broke off some more parts, stuck some parts together, again...sweated some more, and finally, got the center piece spread on the floor. And cursed it for being a very naughty castle...felt worse than swimming over a moat full of alligators and sharks...
I got smart this time, went to get a tape measurer, measured out the dimensions, measured out the center piece, got my wife's help, and with the two of us, it still got stuck together but was easier this time because my wife has nice nails and is a SMART woman and knew to do her best to not to get the material to stick to itself.
we then tried to piece the parts that I, the dumb husband broke off and tried to match it the best that I could...
from a distance, and from a 6 yo's view, it was perfect, but I KNEW where the parts broke off and upon close examination, one could see where the fissures were...
My wife helped with the other two parts of the castle and while it wasn't as hard, it wasn't as easy either as we tried the best to stick on, peel off, adjust, place back on, quite a few times until it was as seamless as possible...
if one is a perfectionist, they might put it on,peel it off, put it back on a few times to get that perfect match. I can tell you right now, that's not going to happen with the way they had factory cut this thing...
but overall, our little princess was happy after the mama and the papa worked on this project on monday monday when all the leaves were green and didn't finish until Friday Friday when all the leaves were brown...
but the smile on her face was well worth it...
We placed glowed in the dark stars above the castle as well as purchased the Disney Princess peel and stick (which is another story in and of itself) and her room is now the most desirable room in the house...
ahhh....what any parents wouldn't do for the big smile and dreams for their little girl(s)...
First, it arrived in less than pristine condition. the pages were folded rather than rolled, which resulted in lines across the product when it was on the wall. Also, several edges had peeled up from the paper, which made them crinkled looking. I was able to salvage it, but it was not ideal. I use these decals quite a bit and I've never had one that arrived looking so ragged.
Numerous people said it takes 2 people to install. Unfortunately, I didn't have this option. Here's how I did it and it turned out great. First, I put a blue tape line on the wall where i wanted the bottom to end. I made sure this tape was level. I then took the larger of the 2 castle pieces and cut around it while still on the backing (leaving me less to work with). From there, I began peeling from the bottom. Once i had enough to stick to the wall, i folded the paper back and stuck it in place. I then taped the top edge loosely using blue tape. I was able to stick and smooth without worrying about it folding over on itself. I was able to pull the backing up the wall while keeping the top stuck to the wall with blue tape.
for the second castle, I again cut around it. I pulled it from the side so I could get it perfectly aligned. I put blue tape on the opposite side sticking it to the wall.worked great.
The biggest complaint I have is with the princesses. You'll see that the picture shows them climbing the stairs to the castle. This is where my daughter wanted them as well. Problem is they are translucent, so when you stick them to the wall (on top of the castle), the castle shows through. Some of the flowers are also translucent. There are white flowers with glitter that are really cute. But, when you stick them to the wall, the wall color shows right through. So, if your wall is anything but white, these do not really work. Same with the princesses. If your wall is a darker color, you won't be able to use them.
overall I like it, but I think some of the others out there might be nicer.
We were so impressed with the quality of this product that we purchased a second one of our other daughter’s room.
Pair this with the Disney princess wall decals and you have a beautiful room for your princess.
The pictures are of the 5 yr old wall covering