Tropical Luau Table Skirt
Used these as table skirts for prom. They were very easy to work with and very sturdy. We hot glued them to plastic table cloths and they held well. Afterwards, we cut them from the plastic table cloth with no problems. Also used them to line the top of a gazebo. Held up very well there also. Will be able to store and use again.
April 2, 2011
Good quality for the price
Used these on the tables at my daughter's 7th birthday party. It was a pirate theme. Suggest opening them outside, because there is some loose raffia and debris in the bags. Just shake them out and they are ready to use. Minimal shedding of the raffia during the party. Certainly not the thickest coverage, but better than I thought they would provide. I was not disappointed.
September 1, 2011
PERFECT FOR MY PROJECT!
I bought this to use on my son's tiki hut roof above his bed. It worked perfectly! I layered it so it would be thick and so you couldn't see thru to the wood underneath. I was able to cut it to length and it worked perfectly! I also used it above the window in his bathroom! I would buy this again!
October 6, 2010
Great decoration! Just need tape!
August 4, 2010
perfect for special project
i made a partial tiki rook in my guest room as part of my beach decor looks real turned out perfect for my project
May 18, 2010
much more sparse than the photo shows. It is cute, and will certainly work for this theme party. It would have been nice if it was fuller for the price.
September 28, 2009
What we wanted
The table skirt is great!! Raffia is real and good length. We will be using them as table skirting at our wedding (Hawaian theme). A little thin - but you can see that in picture.
September 13, 2009
first of all, it stinks. second, it falls apart every time it touches something. after it's been finally put on the table, half of the rafia is gone. very very bad product. would not buy it ever again.
August 25, 2009
I was very pleased with the way it looked---it is perfect for what I need it for.
March 9, 2009
Duck/Goose Blind Camo
I dyed the raffia and used it to camouflage my hunting blind. Properly colored it matches the local vegetation very well.
January 20, 2009