Design-A-Room Santa Claus Set
Santa is in the house
The look is very festive. Kids will really think the room decorated is a Christmas wonderland. The entire kit provides more than enough decorations to renovate any room. It's great that you decide where the items are placed. The brick wall is so large, we ended up with 2 walls being decorated.
The only issue was that on one sheet, the ink was blurry and there was a misprinted, blurry image of Santa. Other than that it was perfect for our needs.
December 29, 2008
Loved by All
I put this up in my classroom. It static clung to the board and wall easily, so that made it super easy to cut. I just used static to hold it up on the wall as I slid my scissors through it. I hung it on a background of green paper with Christmas light borders around it. It stuck to the paper easily with basic, small, clear tape. I put the tape rolled behind the picture parts of the plastic cling, because the tape was easily seen through the clear parts of plastic. When it was all in place and finished, the students were in complete awe. Every teacher in the entire school had to stop by, because word of mouth quickly spread. It was an instant hit! I would definitely recommend this! Everyone kept asking where I got it!
December 5, 2013
good for picture
They were hard to cut out and the hang. When they were it make good picture backgrounds.
November 28, 2012
this product is very beautiful but it came with lots of wrinkles did not look good on the wall, I also had to put a lot of adhesive tape to place it.
December 10, 2011
Perhaps I didn't read the description very well, but was surprised that I needed 4 different sets to make complete decoration. This was fun, tho, and perfect for our family party. Once cut out (whew! big job!) all stuck to the wall except two.
December 26, 2008
I bought this and the tree set to decorate for the holidays. I needed to use tape to affix these to the wall and they were much larger than I thought they would be. A nice way to brighten up a wall and decorate.
December 18, 2008