"RIP" Tombstone With Free Skeleton
Great value and quality for the price
This is as pictured and I'm delighted with the purchase. The size is perfect next to my graveyard fence, and it is easy to secure with a rock placed in front. The 'skeleton' is more like a mummy but it was a bonus given what I paid, so I will definately use it!
March 19, 2011
Product was smaller than expected & the "free skeleton" was really just the head & shoulders to wrap around the tombstone.
October 23, 2012
I purchased this for a Halloween Birthday party for my 4 year old. It isn't large but it's not too small either...it's a good size to decorate your table but not big enough to decorate your lawn. It was perfect for me because I decorated our buffet table like a cemetary and this tombstone with mummy worked really well.
October 22, 2012
No way to anchor it down
It's ok quality, but there is no way to put it into the ground if you want it outside (which is why I bought it) and the ghost thing doesn't attach to it, so it can just blow away. Not what I expected.
October 26, 2011
We knew this would be a smaller item, 2 feet by 2 feet long, with a detachable skeleton. We love it, especially the skeleton, he is so cute, and poseable. These items are very fragile, but adorable! I know; it's a scary mummy/skeleton thing but it is cute.
August 24, 2011
Ok! But Not for Me
The tombstone is nice,but to small for me.I ordered it for my Halloween outside decoration and I was disappointed at the size.
January 23, 2011
Not even worth $7
I'm sorry but this is not even worth $7! The tombstone is such a soft styrofoam that you could so easily pop your finger (finger nails) into it just handling it (not at all like the harder styrofoam). The paint on the R.I.P. is already coming off. There is no way to anchor it to keep it from blowing away. And the same goes for the skeleton (actually a mummy), no way to anchor it to keep it from not falling off.
November 11, 2010
Not too great
This is pretty cheesy for the money, Very small with a tiny little mummy perched on top. There was no stake for placing in the ground, but did have a monofilament loop for hanging. Thin enough to fit between a door snd a storm door. Not worth the price paid. You would do better at a brick and mortar store. Whoever took the picture should be doing portrait work, because they could make anything look good. Barely measures 2 feet.
November 3, 2010