3D butterflies Pink Mix Stick & Magnet

This adorable butterflies make a living child or baby's room immediately attractive and colorful. Let the butterflies fly up from a bed or a bookcase or let them accompany you as you walk up the stairs.
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Pimp your wall with our lovely 3d butterflies and flowers. They come in various shapes and sizes. It's an easy and original way to brighten up your room. You may at its sole discretion forms a nice pattern. Let your imagination run wild and also try 3d butterflies. The 3d butterflies are ideal for combining with our other wall stickers.

The 3D effect and the difference in size and shape of butterflies makes it almost seems a natural flight of butterflies.

Each set consists of 12 butterflies:

- 2 Large (11x9.5)
- 4 Medium (9.5x8.5)
- 6 Small (6x4.5)
- Equipped with magnets
- Includes 12 double-sided stickers

Butterflies are available in many shapes and colors!


1. Fold the wings of butterflies at an angle (35 degrees) to create the 3D effect.
2. Remove the label from the double-sided tape.
3. Position the butterfly on the spot where you want it.
4. Press the butterfly on the wall and it stays.

This lifelike 3D butterflies Walldesign56 brighten any room in an instant on. The colorful flutter seem to fly off the wall.

The perfect way to decorate your walls and rooms! They can be applied in many different surfaces such as painted walls, furniture, accessories, tiles, windows, mirrors etc. Apply the decoration on as shown or go ahead with an own creation!


  • Easy to apply.
  • The range is suitable for any age group.
  • Suitable for almost any smooth and degreased. Keep in mind that these stickers are not suitable for newly painted walls, the standard curing time for this is approximately three weeks.

The fastest, cheapest and easiest solution to a transformation of your walls!

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