37 Balloons Wall Sticker XL
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This set of 37 stickers, Illustrations by Jessica Gaudin, tells a story of the strength that family gives.
The main characters are Sue and Johnny Wise, who take a balloon flight with their parents. During the flight they go pass the clouds and colourful rainbow; in the distance they can see huge mountains, tiny birds, and their parents' balloon. Suddenly, Sue notices a huge zeppelin on the horizon, flying straight at their balloon. How will the siblings cope with the huge airship?
You can complete the story for your children on your own or read the ending in the ‘Balloon Trip’ story, written especially for you by Weronika Szelągiewicz which you receive as a gift.
Illustrated by Jessica Gaudin.
Read about our idea (link) or take a look at the blog to find some ideas how to play with the characters of this amazing story.
You can build your own sky world with stickers:
- Balloons - 2
- Airship - 1
- Binoculars - 4
- Rainbow - 2
- Clouds - 9
- Birds - 11
- Vegetation - 8
How to order?
Size XL - 1m x 1m - will be perfect as the main characters of a children's room.
You will find the sizes of individual stickers in the gallery.
If you're interested in smaller stickers, check them out in size S.
Our stickers do not have white frames so they will look great on any wall colour.
All stickers are authorial illustrations printed on a carefully selected high quality polyester fabric: a unique material with a delicate structure. It has one more advantage: you cannot tear it apart ;)
We do not store our products; we will print your stickers immediately after you place your order. Thanks to that the adhesive used is fresh and bonds well with the surface.
The adhesive used for our stickers is strong enough to stick perfectly to the wall without damaging it). At the same time, it is so durable that once it is stuck it cannot be unstuck again.
The products of Printed Stories are made in Poland. They meet all ecological and hygienic standards, do not contain PVC or other harmful materials. You can use them with no risk in children’s rooms, nurseries or preschools.