Fairy Caravan Giveaway - The Mommy CityDecorating a calming and beautiful space for your baby is easy with Fairy Caravan wall decals. These rabbit wall stickers are perfect for decorating a nursery as the cute design with keep their childhood charm as baby grows.

The neutral colour scheme of these rabbit wall stickers can be matched to a similarly neutral colour scheme for your nursery, or you could mix them with any colour scheme of your choice.

Illustrator Liesl van der Hoven wanted to add gender neutral images to her popular wall sticker range for three reasons:

  • You could use them for either a boy or a girl’s room.
  • They would be great for parents who would like to start decorating their nursery, but who prefer not to know the gender of their baby before he/she is born.
  • If you have twins or siblings of both genders sharing a room, these rabbit wall stickers would be ideal.

You can read more about Fairy Caravan and my review of the Bella Bear range of wall decals which brighten Paige’s room here.

One reader will WIN a set of 3 rabbit wall decals worth R960 from Fairy Caravan. Enter via Rafflecopter and leave a comment on my blog below letting me know if you kept the gender of your baby a secret until the birth? For an extra entry, Tweet “Win wall stickers for your baby’s nursery from @fairycaravan with @themommycity #competition http://wp.me/p2Ptee-NQ” Giveaway ends Monday, 2 June 2013 and the winner will be randomly selected and notified the following day. Usual terms and conditions apply.
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29 thoughts on “Fairy Caravan Wall Art Giveaway”

    1. It’s on a pleasure and hopefully you should receive the stickers very soon and surprise Vanessa with her redecorated room. You are not the first person I have heard being blocked on FB this week – hope you get it sorted soon.

  1. Am pregnant at the moment and am currently doing up my first little one’s room – this wall art would fit right in. We have found out what we are having and decided to tell all our family and friends 🙂

  2. I always admire people who are able to wait until baby’s birth to find out the gender of there baby but I am too ‘nuuskierig’ and had to find out as soon as possible!Strangly enough as soon as I found out I was pregnant with both my kids I was convinced about their gender and I was right!

  3. With our first child we wanted to keep the gender a secret but we ended up asking the doc and I was so happy knowing we were expecting a girl. With our second little one we both wanted to know the gender as soon as possible as we both were wanting a little boy. And thank the Lord, He gave us a little boy 😉 My daughter is turning 6 in August and my baby boy is 8 months old now. Bless 🙂

  4. We didn’t know with our 2 – I am still in shock that my second baby is a boy and not another girl as I was completely convinced it would be another girl 🙂

  5. We kept the sex a secret, but deep down I knew it was going to be girl. But everyone else was surprised when Phoebe arrived.

  6. What an amazing prize 😀 I kept Zoe’s gender a surprise until the very end – the suspense was killing me too – but it was so exciting to find out in the very end! I have shared on twitter (@flutterbymegs). Holding thumbs 😉 xx

  7. I lived in the days of yore – we had to wait to find out, but my kids have both found out before the births 🙂 Would love to win this for one of my granddaughters – 4 months old and 3 years old in July

  8. I didn’t keep the gender of my bebe a secret – I told the world at 13 weeks, as soon as I found out. I think I might approach it differently the second time around, though!

  9. I didn’t keep the gender a secret. my mother was on my case about it and i was convinced we was having a boy but my husband was convinced we were having a girl. Needless to say, due to our “know-it-all” competitive nature, we HAD to find out and well, we had a beautiful baby girl by the name of Mila. She’s absolutely perfect and these wall decals would go perfectly in her parisian themed room

  10. We kept it a surprise for both our kids – the anticipation was so exciting for us and our family and friends – and both times my intuition was correct!

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