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Nanoo Nanoo earth wall sticker fans !

Space week 4-10 October 2015. Its a busy week for us extraterrestrial wall sticker workers. We have a warm fuzzy glow as Rockets, Stars, Planets and even Aliens are taking over for the office for the week. Childrens bedrooms will soon be filled with Stickerscape Space wall sticker delights.

Our Space wall sticker collection is already popular, we have a new addition to light up your walls, 'Space Star School'. Its pink, its cutesy, its what every star gazing girl needs in her bedroom right now. I have a pinterest board to share, a few items to inspire and help release your inner space barbie.

The 'Charming live wire' Ronnie Rocket (courtesy of WOW toys) is currently in outer space and could be with you if you enter our Space Competition launching on the 4th October 2015.

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A Warm Welcome to Stickerscape, fellow Wall Sticker fans!

I know some of you are new to this page so a quick rundown of what we do.

Stickerscape is a fabulous wall sticker company based in Hampshire. We have various themes, the newest to our collection is the Chalkboard wall sticker range. Also 'In the Night Garden' is a firm fav (Igglepiggle - what a guy!) and I just love the Woodland Picket Fence border with the cute snail.

You can order via the Stickerscape website and Amazon or if you fancy something a bit more unique drop us an email to bespoke your order. If you ' like' & 'share' our Facebook page check out the 10% discount code.

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We've teamed up with the lovely people at Childs Farm to offer you a super prize this week!

To be in with a chance of winning a rucksack of gorgeous Childs Farm goodies hop on over to their Facebook page and give them a like, then like our competition post on our Facebook page and leave a comment to let us know which of the fab products on their website (www.childsfarm.com) you'd most like to try with your little one. You have until midnight on the 19th June 2015 to enter - good luck!


For those of you not familiar with Childs Farm, for them, happy skin means happy kids (and parents too)!

Childs Farm uses natural 'free-from' ingredients and essential oils to produce a range of mild, kind and delicious-smelling toiletries that care for the hair and skin of newborns, babies and children.

They are one of very few baby and child ranges that undergo clinical and controlled user trials. These certify that their products are dermatologically tested and approved, and paediatrician approved, as suitable for newborns and children with sensitive and eczema-prone skin.

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We thought we would have a bit of fun this week and create an A-Z of our wall stickers! We very nearly have a wall sticker for every letter of the alphabet, although you'll see we may have had to improvise slightly on a couple (q is a hard letter after all!).

A - Aliens. Our alien wall stickers help to create a design which is out of this world and will get your budding astronaut into character for his next adventure.

B - Bunnies. The bunnies with balloons wall stickers would look great in a nursery or playroom, and would be a good option for expectant mums decorating the nursery (even if the baby's gender is a surprise!) as they work well for both boys or girls.Personalised elephant wall sticker

C - Cat. Our classic cat and butterflies wall sticker is a simple yet effective silhouette design which also comes in a variety of colours.

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I can barely believe it is Easter next weekend- honestly where have the last three months gone? It only seems like yesterday that we were enjoying Christmas with our love ones and now we are preparing ourselves for Easter!

To mark the occasion why not make some Easter baskets with your little ones. They are both fun to make and can be used for an Easter egg hunt.

DIY Easter eggs what you will needYou will need:
- Three pieces of A4 coloured card- 2 in one colour and 1 in another
- Sellotape
- PVA glue or Pritt Stick
-Fluffy Chicks
-Easter craft hay
-Chocolate eggs

The first few instructions are a little tricky and require the use of scissors so it may be best for an adult to do this/assist with this.

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