WallPops are not just for walls! Watch this quick video to see how easy it is to transform an ordinary kids bureau into a colorful and fun focal point!



This project was so easy, even your kids could help! The kids WallPops, like all of our wall decals, are totally removable and repositionable so you can have fun creating your look. The Let’s Go On a Safari wall art kit comes with lots of happy jungle animal decals, including a hippo, an elephant, a monkey, a lion, an alligator, a giraffe, a tiger and a turtle, with plenty of foliage to complete the scene. Bring a sense of adventure to any space with this adorable safari wall art. And don’t stop at the walls! You can sass up a bureau, toy chest, desk chair or shelf with your WallPops! Delight your kids room and add a surprising splash of cute color to any smooth flat surface.

Lets Go On A Safari with new Kids Jungle Theme Wall Decals from WallPops

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