A New Roma Classroom

I just spent a week in Braila, Romania and the good folks over at N-Ovation donated some of my wall art to be put up in the Sunday School classroom behind the Roma Church in Spiro Haret. I had never personally worked with this product before, but now that I have I can wholeheartedly vouch for it. These are vinyl wall coverings with an adhesive back. I’m guessing they are probably meant to adhere to a smoother surface, but the walls I put them on were rough as a cob and in spite of that, the “Walleeze” stuck to them like a trooper.

What a great product!

8 Comments on “A New Roma Classroom

  1. I wouldn’t mind being able to draw like Debbis Jones, But I dont want to grow up..

    Those kids are gonna flip.

  2. That’s so awesome! I’d get to Sunday School early to sit next to Moses.

  3. That is so cool! So they are wall coverings or they were painted on the wall?

    • …yes, vinyl wall coverings with an adhesive back. A much better solution than trying to hand paint something like that freehand onto a wall…

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