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|by sabrina19||Date Added: Tuesday 06 November, 2012|
fell apart when trying to staple to the walls in the haunted house, so we taped it on didnt look as good and then ripped when we took it down next day
|by hihihishite||Date Added: Wednesday 03 November, 2010|
Given how cheap this is, it is GREAT. I wish there were more tombstone sections, but just buy 2! The ghost in a tree didn't want to stay on the blackout wallpaper I bought though. I think it might have been more the fault of the black paper than the ghost. I didn't like how shiny the material is in comparison to the scene setters.
|by Annasapples||Date Added: Tuesday 02 November, 2010|
While I didnt use this particular scene, I highly recommend using scene setters for any room. Very easy to put up and lines up pretty easily. Totally gives any room a complete haunted make over. Add a few more chilling effects and you have yourself a haunted halloween!
|by djcedillos||Date Added: Wednesday 20 October, 2010|
For some reason I thought it was self sticking, and it's not. I was worried about the size, and thought it may be too small. It was perfect! I ended up putting it outdoors, but havn't been able to perfect how to stick it to stucco. It still looks really cool and blends in well.
|by CJM0227||Date Added: Friday 20 November, 2009|
We had a graveyard in the front yard and we wanted to bring the theme inside. We lined the bottom of our kitchen walls with this and it was just the right amount to be noticeable but not overwhelming. It still left plenty of room to put additional decorations up.
|by DryCreekRancher||Date Added: Saturday 31 January, 2009|
Need to add some extra color and definition to your walls? This is it. One of the best things about the Scene Setters is how easily you can mix and match them. Very spooky. Great definition. Easy to use.