DIY: Animal wall stickers

APR 29, 2014


Audrey from This Little Street, one of our favorite blogs for sweet DIYs, shared this brilliant project she created for her little girls: giant animal wall stickers made from our removable wallpaper. Check our her tutorial over on This Little Street for the full project plus free printables for the animal shapes. Audrey's DIY is a perfect use for wallpaper scraps or swatches to create your own custom wall art out of any shape you can dream up. Design your own paper for your wall stickers, or shop for unique wallpaper patterns in the Spoonflower marketplace of independent designers! 

These sweet little animal friends are living in Audrey's little girls' room, but she confessed that she made a couple of the flamingos for her own bedroom!



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  • An inspiring idea! I always use wallpaper and wall sticker for what they’re supposed to do, never think out of the box like you. The first unicorn design looks lovely as animal growth chart of Ferm Living. You’re a really designer!

  • I think this is such a great idea. I’ve been trying to get my sister to put one in my nieces’s room and when I send this link I think she’ll be sold. Kids love animals and it just makes sense to put an animal wall mural in their room. Hope it turns out like this one!

  • This is a really great idea. I would never have thought of using removable wallpaper as material for wall stickers. Thank you for the inspiration.