Must-have All-Characters Super Mario Wall Stickers

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Product Description

You’ve played the game, now bring it to your walls! These wall decals feature Mario, Luigi, Toad, Yoshi, and more of your favorite characters and items from Bring the action of Super Mario to your room with these eyecatching wall decals! Featuring Mario, Luigi, Bowser, and many of your other characters from this classic gaming universe, these stickers are the easiest way to dress up a bedroom or game area. 35 individual cutouts ranging in size from 2″ to 10″. Because they are removable and repositionable, you can take your time sticking these decals to any flat surface, creating your own scene and adjusting it as you please. For more Nintendo fun, look for the New Super Mario Bros. Wii wall decals, or the giant Bowser wall graphic.

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Our Review

Children love to wear a Mario baseball cap everywhere he goes. Parents usually make them themselves by buying a cheap red cap and painting the the front. But when they see the one for sale on Amazon, they are thrilled. The first one they order pushes them to order some more! Perfect for everyone! Beautiful and perfect “Mario-shade-of-red” product!

The emblem on the front of cap looks even better than expected as it was embroidered. It has a tab in the back to adjust the size. Later parents often order another baseball cap to compare these products, as we go through these regularly.

They then notice it comes from a different seller. It is a ridiculous, cheap satin costume hat. So disappointing!! They communicate with the seller and they learn they have to deal with it.

They do ask them to consider changing their listing of the Mario hat since what they deliver do not match the description/picture. Sometimes they change, other times they don’t. Be aware of the difference.

Best customer review

“I see how most people by this for their small children … but I am an adult .. been a Mario fan ever since my folks bought me my first Nintendo .. with Mario and Duck Hunt .. anyway …I’ve used a few of these bad boys on my MAME Arcade Cabinet .I built for myself a cheap and decorative way to style your Arcade ..this is for all u old school gamers out there like me…from the Nintendo generation …if you ever decide to build yourselves an Arcade Cabinet and need some affordable yet decorative… way to style it .. get these suckers… oh and u need to be a Mario fan too… otherwise what’s the point right ? …PEACE!!! ;)”

Product Features

  • Comes with 35 wall decals ranging from 2-Inch wide x 2-Inch high to 7-Inch wide x 10-Inch high
  • Easy to apply – just peel and stick
  • Applies to any smooth surface
  • Removable and repositionable with no sticky residue
  • Peel and stick product Made in the USA

Most Relevant Question

Can you take these off and then put them back on?

Answer from Amazon customer : “I would think that on a normal wall in your house you should have no issues. I am a teacher and used them to decorate my Mario themed classroom. I put light blue paper on the wall to simulate the background sky and then applied the stickers. I can pull them off but when I do some of the paper is left on the sticker, but that is due to the paper fibers sticking to the sticker (this happens when you apply any sticker to paper). On a normal painted wall you should not have that issue. I also put them on my cabinets too and I have pulled them off and reapplied them with no issues so far. Just pull them off slowly and you should be fine on a painted wall. My students love it though and think I have the best decorated room in the school.”

Product Information

ASIN B003XWBDW6
Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 244 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank #1,889 in Home and Garden
Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S.
Date First Available August 8, 2011