Decals Crate is a new subscription box that sends you a collection of seasonally themed decorative wall decals on a quarterly basis.
Each box will contain 5 to 7 custom designed vinyl decals in a variety of colors — all based on the nearest season/holiday(s). There will also be one non-seasonal design that can be used year-round. The decals can be used to decorate walls, windows, wood boards, and more.
Subscriptions are $28 per quarter.
Let’s see what’s in the Spring 2016 Decals Crate!
Everything was shipped in a long brown box via First Class Mail.
Inside, the decals were bundled together and secured with a piece of tape.
Your first box will come with a free squeegee applicator to help you apply your vinyl smoothly.
The decals are all fairly large, making them ideal for use on walls as an alternative to traditional holiday decorations/signage. I’ve decided to save all of them until we move into a newer (hopefully un-wallpapered) house, so the backings (front-ings?) are all still in tact in my photos. — The actual vinyl is obviously much brighter without the paper on top of it.
Here’s an example of how the decal above would look “in use”. (Photo borrowed from Decals Crate. 😉 )
This box clearly had an Easter/Spring theme goin’ on. The “Bunny Crossing” decal was definitely one of my favorites of the bunch.
Another cute Easter design. Again, these decals are BIG. This one was easily over 2 feet tall/long.
This one was a bit hard to get a clear photo of, but it’s a bright yellow sun with the text “You are my sunshine” inside. Appropriate for Spring and beyond.
I love this pretty pink design/phrase. — It would perfect for a little girl’s room. 🙂
I believe this is the “non-seasonal” decal of the collection. I’m not entirely sure where this would work… Maybe with a photo grouping featuring older relatives? I dunno… It’s pretty vague. (Is it just me?)
Overall, Decals Crate seems like a fun, unique subscription to help you deck your halls — er, walls — for the holidays (and beyond). I like the nice variety and the fact that they design the decals in-house. Oh, and they have a helpful “how-to” video on their site to walk you through the application process. It’s not very tricky, but good to have a visual of how it all goes down. 🙂
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.