Living in Green Bay, it is no secret that we love our Green Bay Packers. Around here, being a Packer fan is something we take very serious. Since moving into our home, we’ve been wanting to finish our basement with a playroom/family room and office. It hasn’t happened yet but it is in the works to happen this winter and I cannot wait.
When everything is all done, we have great plans to have a great area for the kids to play as well as a room to display all of our Packer fan gear. One of the additions to the room will be some vinyl wall decals of our favorite Packer players thanks to our friends at Fathead and their Green Bay Packers Fathead Graphics.
I can’t wait to get our basement done and get these boys up on the wall along with all of our other Packer goodies.
Fathead LLC is the industry leader of authentic, officially licensed sports and entertainment graphics products. Fathead gives fans the opportunity to bring their favorite passion or inspiration to life For Real. Fathead wall graphics include “Real.Big.” the life-size, high definition wall graphics of professional athletes, animated heroes, entertainment characters, team helmets, stadiums and logos. Fathead products also feature Big Heads, Fathead Street Grips and Fathead Customs, available in Mounted Canvas and patented Vinyl with a choice of classic Fathead die-cut or mural style. Based in Detroit, Michigan, Fathead manufactures all its products in the USA and makes them available for purchase worldwide. Fathead carries thousands of images and maintains over 500 license agreements with leading consumer brands across many industries and professional sports leagues.
My kids are already asking for their own Fatheads decals. Zack wants Daryl from the Walking Dead, Alexander wants Skylanders and Ellie wants Dora. As for me….I want more NFL Fathead Wall Decals!!
With their large selection, you can find something for everyone on your shopping list at Fathead.
For a good laugh, I encourage you to check out my new favorite Fathead commercial featuring the one and only Clay Matthews.