Every step of my experience with Curly Cue has been phenomenal. They were super sweet when I picked out what I wanted to review, got it to me promptly and have been absolutely amazing with their level of patience. When we moved it took us awhile to get my kids’ room arranged the way I wanted it, and even though these are reusable, I didn’t want to put them up one day and have to take them down and replace a week later. So I waited, and I got super sick from this pregnancy and a million other excuses for why I am so late getting this up, but they have been amazing and haven’t yelled at me once!
For review I decided on an item from their Kids section and another item from their Home Accents section. Both were used in my kids’ room and both are absolutely amazing! Check them out:
I want to take a minute to talk about the logistics of the dandelion. It clearly states on the webpage for this decal that smooth walls are recommended due to the intricate nature of the design. We have definitely found this out the hard way! This decal is still not all the way on our wall because it is taking us forever to get up. We are super determined to get it on there, but because we have to smooth each “spike” of the dandelion out over grooved walls, our arms get tired and we need multiple breaks. I highly recommend this for someone with smooth walls. We didn’t know what kind of walls we would end up with when we moved, so we are just going with the flow and doing our best to get it up on the wall. I do have pictures of the work in progress, as well as a picture of my wall so you can see what I am talking about. I am so in love with this decal and so stubborn that I probably would have bought it and put it on a non smooth wall anyways!
Here is a picture of our wall surface:
The dandelion is different from the trucks and tractors in that it isn’t as thick. You peel the backing off and stick it up on the wall and smooth it out and then remove the clear top coating, leaving behind the decal. The trucks and tractors were easily just peeled off the backing and placed right on the wall, no top layer to bother with. These would be very easy to reuse. However, once we get the dandelion fully up, that baby isn’t going anywhere!