Here is our reproduction of the lickable wallpaper used in the original 1971 film as a .jpg file. James Rose hand drew and colored this design and we’ve scanned it at 200% for a high quality resolution file for you to use. You may fit it to any size paper you wish. We printed several onto regular 8.5 x 11 letter size paper and glued them together in strips for our son’s birthday party. Then we melted Jolly Rancher and Lifesavers candy together with a little water and painted each fruit it’s matching flavor. This was painstaking and time consuming, but worth it. The kids LOVED it! Be sure to use edible ink or inkjet ink (not toner from laserjet or copiers) for safety if you plan to have the children lick the candy over the prints. Here is an article about ingesting different types of ink: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/printer-ink-toxic-58156.html .
If you’d like to purchase actual wallpaper or cloth in this design, please go to Spoonflower at: http://www.spoonflower.com/wallpaper/3548683
In the 2nd photo, you can see how we used ours to get autographs from Julie Dawn Cole and Paris Themmen at a special event. The possibilities are endless for how you use it for your own personal use.
Your copy will not have the watermark in the bottom right corner.
By purchasing this item you agree to use it only for private use: birthday parties, special events, theater productions, and as a decoration are all OK. Commercial use, selling, or sharing this design, or offering it online is not permitted. Thanks!