Large Uncle Sam Jointed Cutout
Fun and Useful
Used it during the presidential election - the kids loved meeting Uncle Sam - they asked me to keep it hanging in the hallway. The little kids used to jump up and high five him in the morning. He lasted for the entire school year, much longer than I expected. He's put away now, and I'll take him out for the election in the fall. Excellent purchase and worth the money!
August 9, 2010
Life-sized and colorful. A fun decoration!
October 3, 2012
Used Uncle Sam on my backyard gate entry door and posed him to welcome my 4th of July Visitors into our backyard for a BBQ event...Since he is posable, I posed him pointing to enter into our backyard - My guests loved it! And I was able to fold it up easily to store for next years use...ONly wish this would come in a plastic material which is more weatherproof...Overall HAPPY!
July 9, 2012
Funny and Fun Sam!
This jointed cutout is fun and funny !
June 29, 2011
one time use
they say its made of cardboard...but posterboard would be a better description. as soon as i took it out of the packaging, one of the legs fell off. so i just stapled it back together. it's very thin. it was fun--we took everybody's picture with it. but you'll most likely get only one use out of it...the more you move it from place to place, it falls apart easily.
July 15, 2010
Was a Pain
I bought this thinking I was going to put in on our front door. It is very flimsy and the joints are very loose. There is nothing on it to help you hang it. I do not like to use tape to hang things and after fighting with it just to fold it up so I could lay it somewhere until I could figure out how i was going to hang it up one of the legs fell off. I got so frustrated I just threw the whole thing in the recycle bin. Not worth the money or the aggravation.
July 4, 2010
Nice and big
I decorate the yard and sun porch windows for every holiday. Usually it is difficult to find something big enough to put on the windows. This Uncle Sam is perfect.
June 11, 2010
GREAT CONVERSATION OPENER EVERY ONE COMMENTED ON IT.
July 12, 2009