Kidecals Discount for Le Fancy Geek Readers!

Hey ponies, awesome news!

If you dug the keycals by Kidecals that I reviewed earlier this week, you’re in luck. You can receive 15% off your entire Kidecals order by using the code “fancygeek” at checkout! The code is good until the 28th of February, so you all have plenty of time to find some goodies that you’d like to pick up. Other than keycals, Kidecals also offers really cute custom labels and canning labels (if you’re into DIYing things that belong in pretty mason jars), luggage tags, etc. Be sure to peruse their site!

Here are some of my favorites:

“No Soliciting” label ($6) to keep by your doorbell. You can even customize it! See what I did there? 😉

Thin Name Labels ($21 for mini labels) to stick on your electronics and whatnot. This would be super helpful for my iPad/iPhone chargers.

Small set of Star Trek keycals ($7). I’m not a super huge Star Trek fan (I’ve been meaning to look into it past the two new movies that came out and I was given a whole set of bootlegs by my former co-worker Julia), but I love the fact that Kidecals has these, and I know some of you ponies are Trekkies 🙂

Pinterest sticker ($6). I’m obsessed with Pinterest so this is applicable. And I just got a text from my sister saying she blew up my feed with a bunch of pins she sent to me, so maybe I should consider picking this up for her. Haha!

Nebula keycals ($16). I dig this because it reminds me of Doctor Who and my favorite dress from ModCloth. 😀

Happy shopping, my little ponies!


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Kidecals Review

Hey my little ponies!

I was contacted by Kidecals to review any one of their products and I jumped at the opportunity once I saw that they have keycals — fancy decals to put on your keyboard (for Mac users, sorry PC folks). I’ve been eyeballing different kinds of decals similar to Kidecals’ on Etsy for my laptop since I’m growing tired of the plainness of the black ones that were manufactured onto mine — plus little oily marks were starting to show up from the natural oils from my fingertips. ¡No bueno!

There are about 40 different designs, but I opted to go with the Pretty Peonies because:

  1. It’s pretty.
  2. Peonies are easily in my top 5 favorite flowers.
  3. There’s no third reason, it just seemed odd to start listing things and only have two reasons.

Applying them took about 5-10 minutes with no difficulty whatsoever. Typing with them doesn’t really feel any different, and they most definitely make my laptop look much cleaner than before! I only have a couple of gripes with them, and they’re not really that big of a deal. But the decals for the very top keys don’t say F1, F2, F3, etc. I don’t use those keys all that much, but when I do I like being able to see what’s what. And there are also a few keys where the letter is hard to make out since it’s white type on top of a white image. I don’t mind this bit a whole lot since I know which key is which and don’t really need to glance down to see what letter is where, but there might still be some out there that still need to take a looksie, so it might not be completely ideal for them.

Overall, I’m really quite pleased with the keycals. I have a wireless keyboard for my iPad too, so I definitely want to look into picking up another set. My other favorite designs are Nebula  and Light Woodgrain. Each set of keycals are $16 and includes free shipping. And if you join the Kidecals newsletter, you’ll receive 15% off your first purchase 😀

Be sure to check out their site for other fun things like name labels, wall decals, stickers (I also picked up one that says “I Speak Geek”), and tons of other things!


FTC disclosure: Kidecals gave me a voucher in order to pick which product of theirs I wanted to review. All opinions stated are my own.