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Home Dec Wall Stickers - Baroque Floral & Leaves

Home Dec Wall Stickers - Baroque Floral & Leaves
US$ 24.95 / each
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These large scale contemporary wall stickers will bring a touch of individual style to your home decor. Put them up as per the design instructions provided or give free rein to your imagination! Easy to use and easy to remove, these stickers can be applied to walls or home furnishings for a truly unique effect. This grouping features richly hued and stylized floral vine motifs for a contemporary take on a classic motif. Floral Home Decorating Stickers from Nouvelles Images. Set includes 2 identical sheets of stickers with non toxic adhesive. Larger Stickers are about 10", includes instructions on application and removal. Package is 20" x 28".
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