“This happy family trio love a gentle bike ride, especially when a magical rainbow arch fills the sky with bright overlapping colours. Baby Frankie is at the back, and is chuckling at all the bits and pieces his big brother Luke has packed. Luke even manged to squish his favourite cuddly toy on his lap! Mum is leading the way, and calls back “uh-oh kids, hold on!” as a puff of wind blows off her hat! Over a big hill next, and then down a winding pathway to reach their favourite place – a long curved stretch of beach, and the perfect picnic spot for Frankie, Luke and Mum.”
This gorgeous wall sticker set has been created exclusively for Stickerscape by British watercolour artist Emma Vallis. Her detailed artwork has been replicated faithfully in these wall stickers, allowing you to enjoy Emma’s timeless, watercolour style illustrations directly on your little one’s walls. Perfect for a baby’s nursery, child’s bedroom or playroom, this wall sticker set can also be teamed with Emma Vallis’ other Stickerscape designs if you’d like to create an even bigger scene for your space.
Each pack includes lots of individual elements for you to arrange in whichever way you like, so that you can create the perfect design for your space.
Stickerscape’s wall stickers are made in the UK from the highest quality, ultra-thin vinyl. Each sticker can be quickly and easily applied to walls, doors, windows or any other smooth flat surface, with full application guidelines included. The stickers are also easily and cleanly removable from normal painted walls (note that wall stickers are designed to work most effectively on normal matt emulsion painted walls – if you have a different paint finish and would like advice on suitability, please get in touch before purchase).
Sticker sizes (approximate)
Regular wall sticker: Whole scene (when arranged as shown): 64cm wide x 30cm high.
Large wall sticker: Whole scene (when arranged as shown): 90cm wide x 45cm high.
Want to learn more about the artist behind this design? Click here to learn more about Emma…