Sea Creatures - Fabric Wall Decals various sizesIsla Dream
Under The Sea, Under The Sea... 🐠
Due to popular request our beloved sea creatures have now been transformed into removable fabric wall decals!
Available in two sizes, medium and large — they are bound to make a statement in your home!
Position our fishy friends however you like to add some ocean magic to your little ones bedroom or play area.
The great thing about our decals is that they don’t use glue to stick to the walls! That’s why we call them decals and not stickers!
They use a micro-suction technology, which means there is no sticky residue left behind. You can use them on most smooth, flat surfaces – glass, metal, doors, and most walls (depending on the paint used).
Our wall decals are:
Safe for the walls ✔️
Non toxic ✔️
Strong and hard to damage ✔️
SHARK LARGE: 50cm x 90cm sheet.
includes one 90cm shark and 13 fish approx 20cm each.
SHARK MEDIUM: A2 sheet.
includes one 58cm shark and 9 fish approx 14cm each.
OCTOPUS LARGE: 50x90cm sheet.
includes one 60cm octopus, 4 starfish approx 11-13cm each and 8 fish approx 13-20cm each.
OCTOPUS MEDIUM: A3 sheet.
includes one 36cm octopus, 5 fish approx 8-11cm and 4 starfish approx 6-11cm each.
JELLYFISH LARGE: 50x90cm sheet
includes one 65cm jellyfish, 4 starfish approx 11-15cm and 8 fish approx 13-20cm.
JELLYFISH MEDIUM: A3 sheet
includes one 40cm jellyfish, 4 fish approx 8-11cm and 2 starfish 11cm each.
TURTLE LARGE: 50cm x 90cm sheet
includes one 75cm turtle, 4 starfish approx 11-15cm and 8 fish approx 13-20cm each.
TURTLE MEDIUM: A3 sheet
includes one 37cm turtle, 2 starfish approx 11cm and 6 fish approx 8-11cm each.
SEAHORSE ONE SIZE ONLY: A3 sheet
includes one 41cm seahorse, 6 fish approx 8-11cm and 4 starfish approx 6-11cm each.
SAVE $75 when you buy them all in medium!
SAVE $100 when you buy them all in large!
Isla Dream Prints decals are designed for decoration only and are not a toy! Please keep them out of reach of children. Your decals should never be placed within a child’s reach or near where they sleep to avoid a possible choking hazard.