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This Sticky Wall Vinyl custom name wall decal is handmade and consists of two pieces. The name decal will be one piece and the initial wall decal will be one piece. We will also include a test decal to practice with free of charge. You will be able to select one color for the name and another color for the initial.
Installation is extremely easy, just peel it from its backing and stick it on your wall! Both pieces are made with premium removable vinyl which can be easily removed without damage to your wall but can not be reused. This wall decal will also stick to most other indoor surfaces like windows, dressers, desks, refrigerators, mirrors, dorm rooms and more. Not recommended for freshly painted or highly textured walls.
HANDMADE IN THE USA WITH PREMIUM QUALITY PRODUCTS.
** SIZE - The size that you choose is the overall dimensions for the entire decal (all pieces) when applied like in our example photo. Sizes are rounded to the nearest inch. **wide= left to right **high = top to bottom
** IMAGE SHOWN: The image shown is an example of what this product can look like however, this is a custom product where you select the size, colors, and other variables. Please be sure to select the options that you would like for your decal when purchasing.
********** ALL ARTWORK amp; IMAGES ARE COPYRIGHT PROTECTED and the EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF STICKY WALL VINYL LLC. ANY COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT WILL BE REPORTED TO AMAZON AND IS SUBJECT TO PROSECUTION **********
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