Yes, yes, yes. I know there are a lot of good delicious yummy decals out there and I love ’em all! But when I saw these glorious clothing ones from Mae Collection in the most recent issue of Paper Mache Magazine, well, I fell even deeper in love.
I mean, really, the girl has her own beret with a long blonde hair. Can I do that in real life? In fact, I’d like her whole wardrobe, please.
And how can you not love love Mae Wall stickers?Â Especially when you hear that this charming line was created by such a lovely trio of ladies named Bec, Peta and Emily who came up with this dandy idea and even sell stickers to adorn your laptop too.
Here’s what they say about their wall stickers:
“All our lovely stickers are made of fabric. This makes them perfect for children, as they are removable and completely reusable. They can be scrunched into a ball and will easily un-scrunch and re-apply to your wall, many times over. The adhesive side is washable, which is important when it comes to those precious yet impossibly grubby little ones! Our stickers can be applied to almost any surface, and will not damage your walls.
They do have loads of cool wall stickers–but these fashion maven ones are just too yummy–it’s where fashion and decor cross. Check out the spring wardrobe on this sweet girl. She can even change her hair.
This would be so much fun for a fifth grade girl’s room. Who says that tweens can’t have fun too? In between re-reading Harry Potter and picturing themselves as Hermione. And
I love the summer set too. I can almost hear the ocean and the seagulls when I look at it.
And kudos to this Australian company for being green to boot!Â As well as being quite good looking, fun and unique, Mae is always doing her best to be kind to the environment using earth friendly inks and even and recycled cardboard packaging.
Mae does offer a great selection of other fabric wall stickers for the younger set that are equally charming (particularly for boys BTW), but is it wrong for me to want to put these doll clothing lines decals up in my office?Â I think not!