Creative Ways to use Decorative Wall Decals

by Julie Vazquez Posted on March 12, 2013

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Our Decorative Wall Decals have been a very popular product and Tammilee from Tammilee Tips created this beautiful photo display in the stairwell of her home and wrote about the process. We love it and hope you do to!

Living in a 1910 brick house makes decorating interesting at times. In order to hang photos we have to use heavy duty nails and hope that they work. I started using the Shutterfly Decorative Wall Decals to help decorate in places I am not able to hang photos.

The Shutterfly Decorative Wall Decals have been a true blessing in decorating our house. We have a tight stairwell down to our basement. It is so tight we had to have multiple couches delivered to see which one would fit down the stair well. I wanted to set up a photo gallery wall with photos of friends and family. We started designing the wall and hung photos in frames. I quickly realized that I would not be able to fill in the lower wall with photos hanging in frames. People would end up knocking the photos off the wall as they walk down the stairs.

I found the wall decals on the Shutterfly website and knew they were just what I was looking for. I love that they come in a variety of sizes and shapes. The quote frame helped fill in the space and add a fun element to our gallery wall.

They were so easy to place on the wall. I was able to move them around and make sure the wall looked exactly how I wanted it to. The wall decals filled in spaces that I could not fit a normal frame into.


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I’m the mom of two grown boys and four feline fur babies. When I’m not working in Social Media for Shutterfly Inc.brands I enjoy the beach, camping, hiking, photography, food (eating it, not cooking it), and volunteering at my local animal shelter.

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