Design-A-Room Mountain Background
I purchased four of these scenes to decorate our gym for our own winter olympics. The sale price was awesome and they looked great...just like on the top of a mountain at Vancouver. I only wished I had purchased two more! I used clear package sealing tape to adhere the scene to the wall. Hung great (you do need two people to hang it) and even clung to the gym walls. The best part was when we took it down, the sealing tape peeled right off with no holes or tearing. I would buy these again in a heartbeat!
February 21, 2010
The one we ordered had a blue ink stain over a portion of print. Don't know how we'll cover that, but we'll come up with something.
May 30, 2012
Great for Camping Theme Birthday
We used this to decorate our living room walls to create some ambiance for our daughter's camping theme birthday party recently. The price was great because I purchased it at the sale price of $5.99.
January 21, 2010
Used this for a background for my Winter Olympic Themed Party. All of my guests loved it!
January 12, 2010
We were doing a camp themed VBS and it worked great for the back wall of our Family Life Center. Gave the feel of having the mountains in the background.
July 23, 2009
The product was not bad except it had a cut all the way through it in the middle of the background. When it was packaged someone cut through one side so every other fold was cut.
July 2, 2009
I love it!
These scene setters are great! They really provide that extra OOMPH to our holiday decorations. I recently used some on the outside of my house (St. Patrick's Day leprechauns) and I got so many compliments from neighbors and even passersby!
The putty works really well but I also recommend some scotch tape on some surfaces (be careful with drywall and wallpaper) to bolster its holding power.
April 7, 2009
Fun Winter Wonderland Scene...
We went with the bright winterwonderland scene and animals to fill the background of our Santa pictures. It looked wonderful and every child was surprised by the winterwonderland when they visited Santa.
The only downfall is that it is a thin plastic and you have to cut out all the extra images (trees, snowmen, animals) which takes lots of time.
February 2, 2009