Dynamic Decor

If you’ve ever wanted to fill a blank wall with photos but balked at how to arrange the artwork, we’ve got the cure for your decorating dilemma. Modern Stickr frames from BUTCH & harold adhere to the wall without hooks or nails. The stick-on frames are made of nontoxic adhesive vinyl that won’t hurt your wall. You can peel them off, swap out the photos or artwork, and lay them out a different way when you want a quick change. Installation is a breeze: Simply peel off the backing, attach a photo or drawing, and stick it to your wall. That’s it. No hammers, no worrying about plaster damage, no commitment. The creator of these ingenious frames is Michele Gold, and the company name is inspired by the imaginary childhood pets of Michele and her sister Ariane. Together they’ve designed the epitome of chic convenience. The Stickr frames (sold in sets of 8) have modern graphics that make a statement on the wall without being too fussy or overpowering the artwork. For organizing items like notes, invitations, and to-do lists, BUTCH & harold created Stickr pockets (sold in sets of 3), and for messaging with family and roommates, the Stickr message board. They’re the perfect accessories for commitment-phobic decorators.

BUTCH & harold

Functional Wall Decals

Dynamic Decor

If you’ve ever wanted to fill a blank wall with photos but balked at how to arrange the artwork, we’ve got the cure for your decorating dilemma. Modern Stickr frames from BUTCH & harold adhere to the wall without hooks or nails. The stick-on frames are made of nontoxic adhesive vinyl that won’t hurt your wall. You can peel them off, swap out the photos or artwork, and lay them out a different way when you want a quick change. Installation is a breeze: Simply peel off the backing, attach a photo or drawing, and stick it to your wall. That’s it. No hammers, no worrying about plaster damage, no commitment. The creator of these ingenious frames is Michele Gold, and the company name is inspired by the imaginary childhood pets of Michele and her sister Ariane. Together they’ve designed the epitome of chic convenience. The Stickr frames (sold in sets of 8) have modern graphics that make a statement on the wall without being too fussy or overpowering the artwork. For organizing items like notes, invitations, and to-do lists, BUTCH & harold created Stickr pockets (sold in sets of 3), and for messaging with family and roommates, the Stickr message board. They’re the perfect accessories for commitment-phobic decorators.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Michele
    Michele

    Hi everybody! It is so wonderful that the Daily Grommet has chosen BUTCH & harold Stickr Frames as its Daily Grommet today. While it is true that when someone says, “Stick em' up!” it can be a bit scary, in this case, it’s something wonderful. My sister and I started BUTCH & harold (named after our imaginary childhood pets) because we loved decorating with vinyl wall decals but craved more options. I am delighted to share the fun and functional wall decor that we've created with you today and am here to answer any questions you have.

  • Moxie Dawn
    Moxie Dawn
    10/26/2011 12:08 PM

    What a great idea for dorm rooms and apartments where people are restricted from putting anything permanent on the wall. You should try to market these to college bookstores maybe.

  • Tracy Clix
    Tracy Clix
    10/26/2011 1:00 PM

    Great to see the exposure! Our customers LOVE them! They are great for a young child's room since they are safe to hang over a bed..I think that is my favorite part! :o)

  • Michele
    Michele – Special Guest
    10/26/2011 1:00 PM

    Thanks Moxie - Great idea! Something we'll be working on!!

  • Michele
    Michele – Special Guest
    10/26/2011 1:01 PM

    Thanks Tracy - Great to hear about your customers... and thanks for sharing your favorite use!

  • carol f cohen
    carol f cohen
    10/26/2011 2:28 PM

    what size photo frames are in the set of 8. i need three 5x7 pink frames. Which package should I get? thanks

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/26/2011 2:32 PM

    @carol f cohen: Hi Carol, I have pulled this wonderful graphic over from the Details tab. There are only two 5x7's in the eight pack, so you may need two.

    .

  • carol f cohen
    carol f cohen
    11/1/2011 9:31 PM

    @Katherine Klinger: Thanks for telling me! Very helpful. carol

  • Michele
    Michele – Special Guest
    10/26/2011 2:55 PM

    @carol f cohen: Hi Carol - Katherine is correct in that each package comes with two 5x7 frames as part of the 8 frame package. Enjoy!!

  • Patricia Ann (GRATIAS) GIESBRECHT
    Patricia Ann (GRATIAS) GIESBRECHT
    10/26/2011 6:00 PM

    Thank you for this wonderful product! My Dear Mother is in a Nursing Home in a very small room. She would like her room "fixed up" in some way but restrictions are greater than options. This really will be a tremendous help as there is no need for nail or hooks or shelves. Thank you so much, this is a definite plus for her world.

  • RHODANNE GERMAIN
    RHODANNE GERMAIN
    10/26/2011 7:04 PM

    I AM OH-SO EXCITED ABOUT THE BIG SET OF FRAMES. MY DAUGHTER AND HER FRIENDS, UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, WILL BE EVER SO HAPPY WHEN THEY RECEIVE MY --END OF SEMESTER GIFT. SO AFFORDABLE AND ALSO FUN AND HAPPY. THANKS FOR MAKING THIS USEFUL, BEAUTIFUL, DECORATIVE AND FUNCTIONAL ITEM.

  • Bridgeout Here
    Bridgeout Here
    10/31/2011 4:56 PM

    Hi,

    I was wondering. Is there a non-toxic marker that works with the dry-eraser board. I would love to get this for my great-nephew but trying not to promote anything toxic to people and/or the environment.

    Also, where are these frames and eraser board made and what are the materials used? Anything toxic in them?

    Thanks for your reply. Attempting to do the right thing is SOOOOOO difficult.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/31/2011 5:19 PM

    @Bridgeout Here: I have forward your questions on to Michele. We absolutely love that you are a conscious consumer.

  • Michele
    Michele – Special Guest
    11/1/2011 4:44 PM

    @Bridgeout Here: We use Kleen Slate dry erase markers which are non-toxic. Expo markers are also non-toxic. Everything we sell is proudly made in the USA of non-toxic adhesive vinyl. Thanks!!

  • Joann
    Joann
    12/28/2011 1:44 PM

    Does the set of 8 frames come in other colors? The pink is great for dorm rooms, but being a little bit older, I would love it if they were in black or a very dark blue or green to go with my decor better.

  • Tori
    Tori – Grommet Team
    12/28/2011 1:53 PM

    @Joann: Currently, we are only offering the pink in the set of 8. you might like the sticker pockets though (set of three) those come in black.

  •  Lindsay
    Lindsay
    8/23/2012 12:09 PM

    These would be great for hanging kids art too, if you had a set of 8x10 sticker frames. Any chance of this??

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    9/4/2012 11:39 PM

    @ Lindsay: There's one 8x10 frame in the Stickr Frames kit of 8 assorted frames. We'll be sure to let you know when a set of 8x10 becomes available.

  •  Judith
    Judith
    9/30/2012 7:58 PM

    These are appealing, but I wish you would offer them in different colors. Black is too stark and only little girls like bright pink. Medium brown is softer. A pewter color would be nice. Other muted, medium colors for bedrooms. Just a suggestion. I love the idea!

  •  Jay
    Jay
    10/31/2012 2:50 PM

    I'm interested in the frames but having trouble picturing how this works. Are the photos covered by any sort of plastic as they would be in a traditional frame, or are they exposed to the air, sitting atop the decal?

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

BUTCH & harold

Functional Wall Decals

Dynamic Decor

If you’ve ever wanted to fill a blank wall with photos but balked at how to arrange the artwork, we’ve got the cure for your decorating dilemma. Modern Stickr frames from BUTCH & harold adhere to the wall without hooks or nails. The stick-on frames are made of nontoxic adhesive vinyl that won’t hurt your wall. You can peel them off, swap out the photos or artwork, and lay them out a different way when you want a quick change.

Installation is a breeze: Simply peel off the backing, attach a photo or drawing, and
stick it to your wall. That’s it. No hammers, no worrying about plaster damage, no commitment.

The creator of these ingenious frames is Michele Gold, and the company name is inspired by the imaginary childhood pets of Michele and her sister Ariane. Together they’ve designed the epitome of chic convenience. The Stickr frames (sold in sets of 8) have modern graphics that make a statement on the wall without being too fussy or overpowering the artwork. For organizing items like notes, invitations, and to-do lists, BUTCH & harold created Stickr pockets (sold in sets of 3), and for messaging with family and roommates, the Stickr message board. They’re the perfect accessories for commitment-phobic decorators.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Michele
    Michele

    Hi everybody! It is so wonderful that the Daily Grommet has chosen BUTCH & harold Stickr Frames as its Daily Grommet today. While it is true that when someone says, “Stick em' up!” it can be a bit scary, in this case, it’s something wonderful. My sister and I started BUTCH & harold (named after our imaginary childhood pets) because we loved decorating with vinyl wall decals but craved more options. I am delighted to share the fun and functional wall decor that we've created with you today and am here to answer any questions you have.

  • Moxie Dawn
    Moxie Dawn
    10/26/2011 12:08 PM

    What a great idea for dorm rooms and apartments where people are restricted from putting anything permanent on the wall. You should try to market these to college bookstores maybe.

  • Tracy Clix
    Tracy Clix
    10/26/2011 1:00 PM

    Great to see the exposure! Our customers LOVE them! They are great for a young child's room since they are safe to hang over a bed..I think that is my favorite part! :o)

  • Michele
    Michele – Special Guest
    10/26/2011 1:00 PM

    Thanks Moxie - Great idea! Something we'll be working on!!

  • Michele
    Michele – Special Guest
    10/26/2011 1:01 PM

    Thanks Tracy - Great to hear about your customers... and thanks for sharing your favorite use!

  • carol f cohen
    carol f cohen
    10/26/2011 2:28 PM

    what size photo frames are in the set of 8. i need three 5x7 pink frames. Which package should I get? thanks

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/26/2011 2:32 PM

    @carol f cohen: Hi Carol, I have pulled this wonderful graphic over from the Details tab. There are only two 5x7's in the eight pack, so you may need two.

    .

  • carol f cohen
    carol f cohen
    11/1/2011 9:31 PM

    @Katherine Klinger: Thanks for telling me! Very helpful. carol

  • Michele
    Michele – Special Guest
    10/26/2011 2:55 PM

    @carol f cohen: Hi Carol - Katherine is correct in that each package comes with two 5x7 frames as part of the 8 frame package. Enjoy!!

  • Patricia Ann (GRATIAS) GIESBRECHT
    Patricia Ann (GRATIAS) GIESBRECHT
    10/26/2011 6:00 PM

    Thank you for this wonderful product! My Dear Mother is in a Nursing Home in a very small room. She would like her room "fixed up" in some way but restrictions are greater than options. This really will be a tremendous help as there is no need for nail or hooks or shelves. Thank you so much, this is a definite plus for her world.

  • RHODANNE GERMAIN
    RHODANNE GERMAIN
    10/26/2011 7:04 PM

    I AM OH-SO EXCITED ABOUT THE BIG SET OF FRAMES. MY DAUGHTER AND HER FRIENDS, UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, WILL BE EVER SO HAPPY WHEN THEY RECEIVE MY --END OF SEMESTER GIFT. SO AFFORDABLE AND ALSO FUN AND HAPPY. THANKS FOR MAKING THIS USEFUL, BEAUTIFUL, DECORATIVE AND FUNCTIONAL ITEM.

  • Bridgeout Here
    Bridgeout Here
    10/31/2011 4:56 PM

    Hi,

    I was wondering. Is there a non-toxic marker that works with the dry-eraser board. I would love to get this for my great-nephew but trying not to promote anything toxic to people and/or the environment.

    Also, where are these frames and eraser board made and what are the materials used? Anything toxic in them?

    Thanks for your reply. Attempting to do the right thing is SOOOOOO difficult.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/31/2011 5:19 PM

    @Bridgeout Here: I have forward your questions on to Michele. We absolutely love that you are a conscious consumer.

  • Michele
    Michele – Special Guest
    11/1/2011 4:44 PM

    @Bridgeout Here: We use Kleen Slate dry erase markers which are non-toxic. Expo markers are also non-toxic. Everything we sell is proudly made in the USA of non-toxic adhesive vinyl. Thanks!!

  • Joann
    Joann
    12/28/2011 1:44 PM

    Does the set of 8 frames come in other colors? The pink is great for dorm rooms, but being a little bit older, I would love it if they were in black or a very dark blue or green to go with my decor better.

  • Tori
    Tori – Grommet Team
    12/28/2011 1:53 PM

    @Joann: Currently, we are only offering the pink in the set of 8. you might like the sticker pockets though (set of three) those come in black.

  •  Lindsay
    Lindsay
    8/23/2012 12:09 PM

    These would be great for hanging kids art too, if you had a set of 8x10 sticker frames. Any chance of this??

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    9/4/2012 11:39 PM

    @ Lindsay: There's one 8x10 frame in the Stickr Frames kit of 8 assorted frames. We'll be sure to let you know when a set of 8x10 becomes available.

  •  Judith
    Judith
    9/30/2012 7:58 PM

    These are appealing, but I wish you would offer them in different colors. Black is too stark and only little girls like bright pink. Medium brown is softer. A pewter color would be nice. Other muted, medium colors for bedrooms. Just a suggestion. I love the idea!

  •  Jay
    Jay
    10/31/2012 2:50 PM

    I'm interested in the frames but having trouble picturing how this works. Are the photos covered by any sort of plastic as they would be in a traditional frame, or are they exposed to the air, sitting atop the decal?

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.