Due to the fact we hadn’t planned on having Eli and had literally just got married we had no savings, so we had to do the nursery and all of the baby shopping on a budget.
I think we managed to pull it off pretty well. There were very few things that we bought for full price or brand new. I used an abundance of vouchers and discount codes for all my large purchases and bought a lot from Ebay and local selling groups on Facebook.
The sticker came quickly via Royal Mail in a protective cardboard package.
The stickers are made from a super-fine weave fabric coated with fully repositionable adhesive, which means even if you make a mistake when positioning it, you can simply peel it off and start again.
We are likely to paint our bedroom doors soon, and it’s nice to know we won’t have to bin the stickers, we can remove them and reapply them once the decorating has taken place.
The door stickers are very simple to use, you literally peel and stick them to the required surface and smooth down, ensuring there are no air bubbles.
The stickers can be personalised with the babies name, although I stuck with just ‘baby’ when I ordered as he hadn’t officially decided on Eli’s name. TinyMe also offer a wide range of colours in each sticker design.
The door stickers cost £20 each and cost an additional £3.99 for delivery.
*I was sent the door sticker free of charge to review on my blog*