Glow in the Dark Dinosaur Stickers

Everything Dinosaur team members receive a lot of enquiries about how to theme up a child’s bedroom with dinosaur and other prehistoric items.  We supply lots of information, ideas and drawing materials to assist with this process, but our buyer has really come up trumps with new glow in the dark dinosaur stickers.

The New Dinosaur Glow in the Dark Stickers

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The sticker set consists of two glow in the dark stickers.  There is a fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex and the famous three-horned dinosaur Triceratops.  By day the stickers show pictures of these late Cretaceous giants, but switch off the lights and they magically transform into glow in the dark fossil skeletons of these amazing creatures.

Each sticker comes with an adhesive tag that lets you attach them to the bedroom wall, they charge up during the daytime and at night they transform to glow in the dark skeletons.

The Tyrannosaurus rex Glow in the Dark Sticker

Glow in the Dark T. rex Wall Sticker.

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These items have proved very popular on test, they are suitable for children aged 3+ and they have received some of the highest ratings of all the new products put into our shop recently.

The Triceratops Glow in the Dark Sticker

Glow in the Dark Triceratops.

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Our dedicated team will continue to search out fascinating little gift ideas such as these for our customers.  After all, they help create a little bit of a dinosaur land in a child’s bedroom.  Each sticker comes with its own prehistoric animal fact sheet written by our dinosaur experts.

Many children are fascinated with dinosaurs, learning all about Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops fuels imaginations that can lead to a lifetime appreciation for science and scientific enquiry.

To view the range of dinosaur and prehistoric animal themed products available from Everything Dinosaur, simply visit our website: Visit Everything Dinosaur.

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