Monday, October 22, 2012

3D Wall Murals

NEW at Baby Bella
3D Wall Murals!

Your child will love the bright, whimsical colors and the large bold shapes of the jungle animals wall murals measuring around 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Create a larger-than-life experience with Dan Dalion (lion), Sam Sam (panda), Elle Bellephante (elephant), Gruff Illagor (gorilla), Beezer (bee), and Buddyfly (butterfly).

Set includes:

  • 4 large animals, 2 bugs, 3 foliage accents with ladybugs (grass or a palm tree)
  • Large animals are 2 feet wide, about 3 feet tall and nearly 1/4 inch thick
  • Made in the USA from kid safe materials
  • Perfect for a nursery, bedroom, classroom, day care or playroom
  • Easy to use, installation takes minutes without tools
  • Easy to remove, no wall damage


  • Remove individual 3D characters from box.
  • Remove release liners from pre-applied 100% removable adhesive strips.
  • Apply to the desired wall position and press firmly.
    That's it. Really, thats it.
3D Nursery Wall Murals - Zoo Animals (Lion, Elephant, Panda and Gorilla) present a unique alternative to expensive and permanent wall murals for nursery and kid's rooms. This beautiful set of four large jungle animals with two bugs and 3 foliage pieces that can be used as grass of palm tree leaves gives you the freedom to custom decorate your entire child's room or baby's nursery with ease. Featuring adorable animals that are huge, colorful, fun, bright, cheerful, durable, yet super lightweight and very affordable. You will love how easy they are to install and the instant transformation of your child's room into a magical jungle.
This set offers the best value compared to traditional wall decals, painted murals, and pre-pasted printed paper wall murals, because the characters are so large and colorful and can be arranged in any way you like. Each character has 3D thickness and creates a silhouette image that pops off the wall. Installation and removal are a breeze, which allows you to easily change the look of your child's room as they grow older and their tastes change.

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