The other week I was invited to a dinner for local bloggers by TinyMe. We got to meet the TinyMe team and get to see some of their products up close. Whilst I loved the personalised bags (especially the swim bag), my eye was caught by the wonderful stickers attached to the wall just behind my seat.
One of the great things about being at an event like this is the chance to touch and examine the products, so getting a real feel for them and an understanding of how they would work at home for you. We were encouraged to have a go at peeling off the stickers and refixing them. It was surprising easy. I never felt that I was about to tear or break any of the stickers that I removed and they all reattached very securely to the wall once I had finished.
At the end of the night we were sent home with a goody bag which contained, amongst other things, a sheet of mini stickers. We had the lighthouse design. H was very taken with these stickers and liked the idea of creating a big scene so much that he decided that he would like some more. We’d been given a TinyMe voucher to choose something from their range to test out and review. So H chose to spend the TinyMe voucher on some of the Large Boat stickers.
Our sheet of stickers arrived within just a few days. As you can see TinyMe cleverly arrange things in such a way that no space is wasted and you get the maximum number of stickers possible on a page.
One evening after school for our after school activity, we put up the stickers. I had to help H get the stickers off the paper, but he found them easy to use and was able to create his own scene. I love the way he’s used vertical waves to indicate that the sea is a bit choppy. When he made a mistake, it was really easy to remove the sticker and reapply it in the right place.