22 Nov 2013

If I cannot have a cat, I want to design Eco-friendly stickers!

My lovely readers, I haven't been writing very much lately and I'm soooooo sorry about that.

I have a great excuse though, it is called Made of Sundays and smells like marshmallows and rainbows! Tadaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

www.madeofsundays.com
www.madeofsundays.com

Excuse me, what?

Yes, I have become a sticker-maker :-) and today I'm supper happy to launch our brand new online store where we will be selling Eco-friendly reusable fabric stickers! 

So, if you are looking for an instant makeover, today is your lucky day! Our stickers are super easy to apply and move around, you can quickly create wall murals or use them to tell interactive stories to your little ones. They can also be reused and moved around without damaging your walls. Cool, huh?

I had so much fun designing them as well as creating little stories for each sticker. You will find for example a bunch of birds that will teach you some ninja tricks or cute little monsters that will share with you all their secrets about mustache growing and many other useful tips.

(Ah! have I mentioned that we ship worldwide? yes we do!) 


Why, oh why? 

Well, we have changed apartment about 5 times in the last 6 years and wall decals have always helped us to quickly give a personal touch to a home. However, we didn’t like the fact that common vinyls contain nasty PVC and other toxic stuff. We were also really sad every time we had to move to another home because we couldn’t take the stickers with us (as they are not usually reusable).

While planing our last home makeover, we did some research to find alternatives to common wall decals and soon realized that this kind of stickers didn’t exist in Finland… so we got all brave and decided do it ourselves, just for fun. The result was so cool that we thought it would be unfair not to share it with the rest of the world, you are welcome!

Well, I hope you find in the store at least one thing that makes you smile!

I love you all! 


You can check more info about this little project at Madeofsundays.com!