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Bring the enchanting beauty of the forest into your child’s space with our charming Woodland decal set. This artwork captures the whimsical world of woodland creatures and lush trees, adding a sense of wonder and tranquility to any kids' room, nursery, play center, or commercial kids' area.

  • Artistically Crafted: Created from an original watercolor illustration by the very talented Kiwi artist Raewyn Pope.
  • Easy Installation: Simply peel and stick, no tools needed.
  • Versatile Use: Reusable, removable, and repositionable.
  • Premium Finish: Matte finish with a beautiful woven texture.
  • Kid-Friendly: Printed with water-based inks on a self-adhesive woven fabric made from 100% recycled plastic bottles.
  • Made in New Zealand.

Two Size Options:

  • Mini Woodland Pack: All designs fit on one A2 decal sheet. Includes the largest tree (40cm high) and the bear (30cm wide).
  • Woodland Adventure Pack: Larger format as shown in the example. Includes the largest tree (1.2m high) and the bear (88cm wide).

Each pack comes with all the woodland creatures seen in the examples, perfect for transforming any room into a magical forest.

NZ Shipping: 2-3 working days

- Fabric Wall Decal with matte finish (so doesn’t reflect lights)

- Sustainable water-based inks which are safe for you and the environment

- Easy and fun “peel & stick” installation

- Removable, Repositionable, Reusable – take your art with you!

- Long-lasting

- Exclusively Designed by Raewyn Pope & Made by Your Decal Shop in New Zealand.

For more details, read our FAQ

If you have any questions, contact us at info@yourdecalshop.co.nz

Size Mini Woodland Pack

Raewyn’s Inspiration

“I’m Raewyn, an artist based in Waiuku, NZ.

I take inspiration from the natural world and everything that makes it beautiful and interesting. Each piece embodies my love of critters, story telling, moments spent in nature, imaginative play and all things happy. ”


Recycled Plastic Bottles

This decal has been made from recycled PET bottles. All waste is then further processed into fence posts for NZ farmers.

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