When we decorated Luke's bedroom we painted one wall blue and the rest magnolia. When he was younger he had some blue vinyl star stickers to brighten up the room but now he is older he wanted something more grown up.
When I heard about ReadyRoom Wall stickers I thought these would be perfect for him and we chose Disney Planes to decorate his room.
He was really excited when the parcel arrived and couldn't wait to get started. The Disney Planes set came with a battery wall light that switches on with a hand clap and 50 individual Disney Planes stickers. Fortunately the stickers and Safe n Sound Lumiglow were really easy to use and he was able to decorate his room with very little assistance. There were instructions on the box and he quickly read them and then started putting the stickers on the wall.
First we had to stick the large sticker to the wall which allows us to attach the Safe n Sound Lumiglow. This was easy to do and the sticker could easily be repositioned if you didn't get it right first time.
The Planes Safe n Sound Lumiglow attached to the sticker with small velcro pads, I wasn't sure if it would stay up with the added weight of 3 AAA batteries (not included) but I needn't have worried as it does seem secure. It took me a while to find a screwdriver small enough to open the battery cover but once I had it was easy to get the cover off and the batteries fitted.
Luke decided which stickers were going to be used first and he carefulled peeled them off the backing paper.
He was really concentrating to get the stickers in just the right place.
Here is his finished design.
The Lumiglow light gives a gentle light that glows softly for 2 minutes before switching itself off.
Luke enjoyed decorating his bedroom and the light is fun for him to use. It costs £19.99 and full details are available on the Worlds Apart website. Stockists include Amazon, Argos, Smyths, Very, Asda, Tesco and Toys R Us.
Diclaimer - we received the Planes Safe n Sound Lumiglow for the purposes of this review but all words, opinions and photos are our own.