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    Default Where do you buy those glow in the dark stars?

    DS is 2 1/2 yrs old and starting to get scared in his room (even though he wants the door closed!)
    I was thinking of buying a few of those stars that stick on the celing and glow in the dark. I am not sure where to buy them. Thanks

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    Kmart and toyworls always have them (well here anyway) a lot of news agencies carry them too

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    If you want something less permanent and less damaging to your roof, Kmart have a light box thing for $10. A small dome that plugs into the power point and it projects 'stars' (dots) all over the room. Its enough to light the room up but not bright enough to interrupt sleep. DS has one and its brilliant. Those stars that stick to the roof leave ugly sticky marks on the roof after you take them off, and Ive seen discolouration spots where stars used to be on a roof...and once a bunch of spots where the paint has come off with the star.

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    I recently bought some from the $2 shop

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    I think I have seen them in $2 shops too, like crazy clarkes and dollars and cents.

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    You can get the from most discount/dollar stores, Spotlight also have them. But I tend to agree with London, I got them for my eldest a while back and the damaged the paint on the walls and didn't even glow! So we now have something similar to what London has described that we got from Ikea

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    i agree. Kmart & Toyworld


 

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