Pumpkin Patch Scene Setter
Cute Way to Cover Lots of Wall
These "scene setters" are big! Almost 3 feet tall and (if you hang the two pieces together) a big 10+ feet long. They make a great background for other decorations. (In our classroom, we hung a scarecrow in one "pumpkin patch" and made a grave yard in front of the other one--all with other great products sold by Oriental Trading.) Keep in mind, however, that the scene setters are made out of a sheer plastic (almost like the kind used for shrink wrap), so they'll damage easily if you hang them in a vulnerable location. Still, a great, inexpensive, fun decoration.
October 9, 2010
So look here's the deal...
I put this type to wall decoration up on my garage every year. I think the reason lots of people are not 100% happy is that the clear part of the picture (between the pumpkins and fence) is hard to incorporate into the whole Halloween party theme. Whatever is behind it shows through... I did a similar garage door seen last year, the difference being the pumpkins where set against a stone wall back ground. Which was a much better and "fuller" look. Don't get me wrong, this is a nice look, but if it is put up against a back ground that has texture or the like- it will show. I loved the carved faces of the pumpkins vs. the one I used last year did not have any carvings. That's why I bought this decoration this year. It just looks funner with the faces. It's a plastic sheet- shinny, thin just what you should expect to get.
November 18, 2012
Didn't care for it
Thought it was to cheap looking, stayed wrinkled. It should have been $1.00, not $6.00.
October 6, 2011
this is indeed a good scene setter with good sharp images. Secondary problems are: it's thin vinyl, and colors are not bright. you may need to attach it to a backing.
September 23, 2011