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First post, so I thought I might do something exciting and suggest the free samples of posh wallpaper! They are only A4 size pieces but if you ask for a few, you never know it could fit your wall.

There is also a colour card if you are seriously thinking about redecorating.

I would much appreciate any advice on making my post more understandable or to be told to not post wallpaper samples, lol.
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#1
Good for people who decorate dolls houses :) voting it hot

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#2
do you have to pay postage?
#3
x-it's_me-x
do you have to pay postage?


I think not, although bear in mind that there hand printed wallpaper is £50.00+ per roll, so don't expect too many samples as they are not known for there generosity! Voted hot on the dollshouse front. :)
#4
Where did you get the info from did you copy and paste it?:giggle:
#5
harlzter
Where did you get the info from did you copy and paste it?:giggle:


Am I missing something ? :roll:
#6
Another idea for use.......

Cover your childrens school exercise books with it and Miss/Sir will think you have ever such posh expensive wallpaper in your house!! :whistling: :giggle:
#7
This is brill. My cousin Joe Fletcher decorates dolls houses and i will use them to line my small cupboards in my kitchen etc.

h0dd3rS 1s wIK1d
#8
Thanks op, my wife's ordered a few samples to use for her card making
#9
just ordered 5 samples ... dont think we can afford the cost of wallpapering with this brand but it is a really nice thought ... thanks for the link, heat added.

i used to do a lot of production design on film sets as a film student, and the wallpaper really makes a diff when you need in period films.

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