WallPops are super easy to install and they are a piece of cake to remove. We tell people this all the time, but if a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video must be worth a million! We had so much fun making this DIY video on how to apply WallPops with our Brocade flower wall decals. This kit comes on 2 sheets with 11 separate pieces which you can arrange however you want to best fit your space. You can also re-arrange them as many times as you like because our wall decals are totally removable and repositionable. Applying wall decals is a perfect DIY decor project because the results are gorgeous in instants. Enjoy this quick video and check back because coming soon we will have a sequel on how to remove wall stickers!

 

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    Elly Bergquist

    October 27, 2013

    Can Wall Pops be applied to textured walls? Thanks.

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      admin

      October 28, 2013

      Hi Elly! Thank you for the inquiry. WallPops work best on smooth, flat surfaces. We have had people report success with their WallPops on lots of different surfaces including furniture, appliances, wallpaper, painted concrete, and more. So, it really depends on how textured and porous your walls are. They might stick well, but if the walls are very bumpy they might not, and you might be able to see the texture through the wall decals, which could affect the finished look. Best of luck with your decor project, please let us know how it turns out.

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