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  • Writer's pictureSaresha Zentner

How To Create a Statement Wall


Are any of you ready to start working in your classrooms? I had to switch rooms this year and am having so much fun dreaming up how I want this space to look.


One of my passions is creating a learning environment that kids are excited to be in each day. When I saw this huge wall (mostly covered with whiteboards), I knew I wanted to do something to make it pop.


As I’m sure you have seen, contact paper and wall papers have been super popular in a lot of classrooms. I love the look of wallpaper, but was not able to find a design that I loved. After almost settling for one that was trendy, I stumbled upon these decals.



They were not expensive ($12.90 for 52 stickers), had pretty good reviews, and wouldn’t damage the walls, so I decided to take the plunge. And I’m so glad I did!


They went up very easily and are easy to reposition if you change your mind about the placement. I did my entire wall in probably 15 minutes. I love the geometric design and that they didn’t have to be ‘perfect’ – I just randomly placed them.



I’m extremely happy with my choice and it’s fun to do something that’s a little different than what everyone else is doing.



Here are some details about my classroom!




Have you made a statement wall in your classroom? Tell me about it below for a chance to win a product from my TPT store! 😊




Have you made a statement wall in your classroom? Tell me about it below for a chance to win a product from my TPT store! 😊


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