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|by HijinxMel||Date Added: Monday 24 October, 2011|
Covered the walls fine, and the detail was excellent. Only problem is that you can't build up due to pattern.
|by MorticiaT||Date Added: Thursday 18 November, 2010|
This is a great wall cover up for Halloween parties... spooky !
|by Renee710||Date Added: Saturday 25 July, 2009|
I use this scene setter for my front door hallway! When my guests come into my house they must first pass by this scary cemetery! They Love it! Great Decoration!
|by Longtimer||Date Added: Tuesday 17 March, 2009|
We use this in several places but most prominent is stretched over PVC in front of our garage doors. The frame is "hinged" at the center of the two car garage so the PVC can be "opened" and drive the car in. What you see in the picture has been used for 4 years now - pic is 06. We have terrible Santa Ana winds every year, but up against the garage door this is always OK. Minor tears or rips are repaired with good tape on the back side. Usually it's tighter on the frame than this old pic. At night you don't see the wrinkles. Looks best with a soft red or blue light spotted on it.
|by Mweish||Date Added: Friday 28 September, 2007|
This is one of the best products that i purchased. It creates a scene all by itself and can be used any where. I have it wrapped around my porch, with little grave stones in the front. Its a perfect back drop inside or out since it is plastic. With these you can also layer. You can use anything to apply this, i prefer sticky tack because it doesnt create any holes. If you need to fill a space or create an area for pictures, this is an inexpensive way.
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