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
I used this across the bottom of a garage door for a pumpkin patch affect and it turned out exactly as planned. The material is very thin so so either don't plan on reusing it or be very, very careful with what you use to put it up and how you take it down. Otherwise I think it's a great decoration choice.
November 5, 2013
I used this for my son's first birthday celebration. I used a fall theme and it worked great. It came in two sections and I ended up using it in two different places.
October 28, 2013
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