A Sticky Situation...

I love art. I love design. I love decorating. And I tend to live by the old adage that variety is the spice of life. No great surprise then that I’m also very fond of these awesome fabric-paper wall decals from chocovenyl. This week I had the pleasure of trying out a chocovenyl set first hand, scroll down for our Dig It! review.

Chocovenyl Kids Wall Decals

There are tons of wall decals on the market these days, but what makes chocovenyl unique is the fact that their range is designed by leading artists, designers and illustrators from around the world. This gives you the opportunity to create a feature wall or work of art that fits in perfectly with your child’s interests and decor.

You’ll even see a few pieces from our buddy Travis Price from Australian kids label Mister Mista in the collection. I’m a big fan of Travis’ art work, and have three of his super cool prints adorning my office walls and keeping me company each day with their whimsical smiling faces.

Chocovenyl Kids Wall Decals

Chocovenyl Kids Wall Decals

Exclusive offer for {KID} independent readers!
Chocovenyl decals are available online through the chocovenyl website, or through their Etsy store. Purchase your set before 22 June 2010 and take 10% off the purchase price. Simply enter the code “kidindependent” at the checkout {or if purchasing through Etsy, send a convo stating the code “kidindependent” and 10% of the purchase price will be refunded}.

Win a chocovenyl sticker set!
Would you like to try your luck at winning one of three Mini Sticker Sets? Simply visit chocovenyl to check out their full range, and then leave a comment below to tell us which sticker set is your favourite from their current collection. Winner will be drawn on 10 June 2010.

Chocovenyl kids wall decals

Dig It Review!

Five reasons why we dig chocovenyl…

  1. Whimsical illustrations and modern designs.
  2. Super cool feature walls without the big price tag.
  3. Made from durable materials with cool fabric texture.
  4. Repositionable if you make a mistake or change your mind.
  5. Easy to apply, even by the little folk.

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