Jack & Jill Went Up The Hill Poster Wall Decal by Oopsy Daisy
Add some style to your child's room with the Jack & Jill Went Up The Hill Poster Wall Decal by Becca Cahan from Oopsy Daisy. A modern take on the class storybook tale, this fun wall decal features bright colors, unique fonts and the well known story of Jack & Jill.
Experienced in a variety of art forms, artist Becca Cahan, always comes back to her love of watercolors. Her passion for typography, intricate details, and rich patterns influences her unique collection of canvas wall art. She also enjoys exploring digital media design and illustration.
Posters That Stick from Oopsy Daisy are an easy and fun was to decorate any child's room. These reusable and repositionable wall decals let you redesign any space as often as you'd like! Posters That Stick are fabric wall decals made of durable materials and printed in long lasting ink. Free from harmful chemicals, you can feel good about decorating with this fun wall decals! Posters That Stick should be applied to a clean, dry wall.
Oopsy Daisy, Fine Art for Kids offers an amazing variety of exclusive kids' art and décor to enhance your child's space, including stretched canvas wall art, mural banners, wall hangings, growth charts, birthday banners, clocks, rugs, lamps, nightlights, jewelry, dolls, and even placemats! Each darling piece includes an artist biography to allow your little one to appreciate the unique hand and mind that created your stunning piece of art. The diverse styles and interpretations of the Oopsy Daisy artists have allowed the company to offer the largest collection of children's fine art in the world! Meant to engage and inspire children, many of these quality art pieces incorporate educational aspects to foster learning, even while your child is happily at play. In addition, a portion of annual sales is donated to charities that benefit children in need. Proudly made in the USA.
This item is custom made especially for you upon order.
SIZE: 18" x 24"
Category: Art, Wall Stickers for Girls