Skull Door Curtain
The catalog picture doesn't do this item justice. The skulls are larger than they appear in the image. The quality of this curtain is much more than I expected. I'm glad I purchased more than one.
November 20, 2011
This was so cute for our doorway for Halloween. Loved it!!
November 4, 2010
These were awesome! Fabric streamer and not plastic and the skulls are randomly scattered which is great! I measured and got two to fill the lighted arch I had for the entrance and they worked out great! Just be careful putting them away, don't roll them up, they get caught easy, best to lay them or just fold them or set them down straight.
They worked perfect for the entrance to the haunted cave!! THANK YOU!!! LOVED THEM!
November 3, 2010
This skull curtain looks great and the skulls are pretty detailed foam. The only downside is that the material is shredded--so bits of it come off when you walk through it. Also, we have tall doorframes and it doesn't cover the whole thing.
October 14, 2010
I purchased two door curtains this year anticipating to hang them in doorways. Instead, we decided to use them as window treatments which looked spetacular and really helped pull the room together (along with our scene setters from OT). I was so impressed with them, I ordered four more to cover additonal windows . The only con I found is that they must be taken down and stored very carefully because the foam skulls have the tendency to tangle within each other. I would suggest wrapping twist ties around them to avoid damage.
November 6, 2009
will do the job
I got this to cover the entrance to the party room. It is non-obtrusive enough to make it not annoying for people to have to constantly walk through. It would probably cost more $$ to make it yourself even though there is not much to it. Pretty cool overall.
October 24, 2009
For the money, you can't go wrong . And it really does fit a door from top to bottom, not 3/4 like some of them do
October 1, 2009