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12 January, 2016

Glow in the Dark Star Stickers #Review #GetChildish

     My kids are scaredy cats.  I mean that nicely enough.  But if I'm being honest, they really are.  They're scared to sleep in their own beds, scared to go down the hallway alone, scared to go out after dusk, scared of basically anything in and around the house... I do remember being scared sometimes as a kid.  I lived on the second floor with a window facing the front of the house and I remember thinking that someone could climb up to the roofing below my window and try to kidnap me.  That was my mom's constant telling of horror stories provoking that I think.  I have suspicions for why my kids are so scared.

     One thing we are doing to combat this is to set up night lights and the like.  In Streaker's room, she has a bouquet of floral lights and we have plans for a beautiful Paris painting with white led lights for the stars.  In Punk's room, she has a night light and she also has a rechargeable clip on light she can put on her bed side shelf.  In The Big One's room, she has a TV with that awesome built in blue screen night light.  Where Boog sleeps, there was nothing really.
     Luckily Boyfriend now has his very own set of Glow in the dark space stickers.  They aren't your normal glow in the dark set though.  Most are usually either plastic and green with a gummy paste that sticks them to the wall or ceiling, or they are paper and even sometimes just peeling them from their backing causes rips.  These are the best of both worlds.  You get the self-stick adhesive backing with the rugged durability of the stiffer style.
     These glow in the dark star stickers from Get Childish come in a pack of 100.  There are 50 small stars, 35 big stars, 5 rockets, 5 planets (with rings), and 5 large crescent moons.  The size of them are great.  They aren't super small like a lot of stickers I've had and they aren't the real big ones like others I've had.  These are a nice medium.
     The back has a peel off cover for the adhesive backing.  It peels off really easily, I had no frustrations with trying to get it to peel up or anything.  The stickiness behind the film was sufficient to keep it on the walls.  I don't think any of these will be falling off the walls like the paste stuck stars do.
     On the front of the stickers, there is a second film that protects the shiny surface until it's in place.  Then you can peel it off and the stickers will shine when the room is lit and glow when it's not, it also tends to reflect whatever light is in the room.
     They really did take the best of both kinds and wrap it all into one.  I would recommend these over any other star themed stickers I've ever owned.  If you want to learn more, check out Get Childish on Amazon.

Except for the product(s) given to me for the purpose of reviewing, I received no compensation for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.

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