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Fake wallpaper! All the style without the fuss. Use these oh so easy vehicle stickers to reinvent a room with half the cost and time of wallpaper. Style your wall as you wish, they are oh so easy stickers, place where you like and design your wall as you go! Perfect for a little boys#39; nursery who loves transport and motor cars. These cars stickers will make any room look super stylish in scandi style!

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19 self-adhesive vehicles and signs
Matte vinyl stickers with transfer tape
Size of vehicles:
3 x Garbage truck: 186mm x 90mm
3 x Digger: 190mm x 103mm
4 x Monster truck: 150mm x 95mm
3 x Stop sign: 100mm x 100mm
2 x Car: 185mm x 90mm
4 x Traffic lights: 140mm x 103mm

If you add the triangles you will also receive:
60 x self-adhesive triangles with transfer tape: 60mm (h) x 40mm (w)

If you require a different size (or a specific amount) – please drop us a line and we will discuss your requirements with you.

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These vinyl wall stickers come in a variety of matte colours. Please select your choice of colours in the drop down menu. If there is a colour that you so desire but we do not have please don#39;t hesitate to drop us a line, there maybe something we can do to help.

If you purchase more than one pack please let us know your second colour choice in the NOTES TO SELLER box.

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Our oh so easy stickers are easy to install. It is pretty nifty to whip off the transfer tape and smooth out your sticker with a plastic card such as a bank card. All our stickers come with instructions, and if you have any problems please do just drop us a line and we will be glad to help. Please do check the care instructions and wall preparation notes in our shop policies too.

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Eliza Doodle stickers will stick to almost any SMOOTH surface. It is best to test one on your wall first to ensure you are happy with the result. (Please wait 28 days before applying to freshly painted surfaces). They are as oh so easy to remove as they are to apply! (Please note - removing to replace them in a different position is not a good idea as they may lose tackiness.)

Please refer to our shop policies regarding care instructions for our stickers.

All Eliza Doodle stickers are to be applied quot;free handquot;. This means you can style them any way you like on your wall, go crazy with the sticking! The images on the Eliza Doodle shop are just suggestions (not to scale) for you to be inspired by.

(Our images are illustrative only and colours are representative as all monitors vary)

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Eliza Doodle stickers are made to order in our Berkshire studio in Blighty. Please allow us up to 7 working days to cut your stickers, package with love and send the postman on his way to you. (The postman will be with you a couple of days after that - 2nd class postage so he stops for a coffee and croissant en route) In busy periods this can take up to 10 working days.

International orders will take a little bit longer - usually approx 10 days to get to you.


**Please be aware of our shop policies under More / Care which gives detailed information about the types of paint that removable vinyl won#39;t adhere too. We do not want to disappoint our customers so we do please ask that you have a quick look at the list to check you are not planning on sticking Eliza Doodle stickers to a surface with silicon based paint or washable paint for example. Many thanks! **


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