Design-A-Room Santa Pack
I had read warnings of not to expect too much from this product, so I was expecting the worst. The vinyl is thin, however, the effect is dramatic. I used this in my tiny room at school and the children couldn't stop talking about it. I laminated everything but the background and I find it sufficiently durable. If these decorations survive for next year (you never know in Kindergarten) I will just purchase the backgrounds separately because I know those are already in for a beating. The effect is worth it!
December 1, 2009
Another good one.
This will be the fourth room decoration I have purchased. I use them outside on my porch and they hold up very well through the southern weather. They are big enough that I can split them and use them for two years.
They are well worth the money.
July 7, 2009
Brick too short
The brick was about 8 ft shorter than the floor. Looked stupid. Called and OT sent out another brick pkg at no charge, which was nice, but THAT package was the exact same length as the first. We ended up cutting enough off the 2nd pkg and taping it to make it come out right
October 24, 2012
This design a room pack worked very well for us and is more colorful than ones we have used in the past. Only two concerns. The bottom or floor roll was about 8 feet longer then the brick wall or top piece so we had to roll the floor section back. The christmas tree cut out should be one piece instead of two.
December 17, 2010
Great to cozy up a big, empty, ugly room
Workplace Children's Party held in a big ugly room was made more festive with this backdrop. We could not reuse the backdrop but I really did like it and I'm back again this year buying another one. The additional cut outs did not stick too well for us so we taped them. Fair warning, the "cut outs" are just that - you have to spend a decent amount of time cutting them out. The fireplace you see is also from OTC.
November 19, 2010
This was awesome!!
I used the product to stage a room for Santa to meet and greet the children. I used refrigerator cardboard boxes as walls and the product clung to the cardboard. I did not need anything to hold it on, except for some of the accessories that went on top of the walls. I used a pinch of clear tape and it came off without a problem. I plan to use it again next week!!
December 13, 2009
Creative decorating tool
We used this as an 'advent wall' at our nursing home, starting with the wall and floor on December 1 and finishing with Santa on December 25. It kept the residents interested in what was going on next and they even offered suggestions on where to put items.
The only issue I had was that you really need to secure the top of the bricks all the way along. You get a false sense of security attaching it because the static lets you think it will stay up with little help. Unfortunately, with each addition it sags a little more.
Other than that, it is a very popular addition to the dining rooms. It has received many positive comments from residents, staff and families.
December 23, 2008
I have used this twice, it stuck to the wall very well the first time but the second time I had to tape it. I think the packaging should be different, the way it's folded makes creases and even after laying it out for a long period of time the creases were still there.
December 15, 2008
We used this package of scene setters for our annual Lunch with Santa and wow! This made decorating so much easier and we also left it up on our stage backdrop for the Christmas Program with our chorus.
December 3, 2008