The Underwater Scene Kit includes: 1- 30' Ocean Floor Border, 1 - 30' Undersea Backdrop, 1 - Sea Creature Props, 1 - Marine Life Props, 1 - Coral Reef Props. Please Note: Add-On decorations may be printed on 1 or more plastic sheets and may need to be cut out separately. Add-Ons are not self adhesive. Can be applied with tape or tacks (not included) or with Sticky Tack (sold separately). Finished scene measures approximately 8' H x 30' W.
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Underwater Scene Kit
Review 1 for Underwater Scene Kit
Reviewed by: acworthmom
Dont waste your time
Date:October 5, 2009
"Time consuming to cut out the individual pieces. The material is so thin that it rips quite easily. Also have tried tape of all kinds, wall mounting tabs and still having problems keeping it up - not to mention the $$ in trying ways to get the things to stay up on the walls. DO NOT BUY"
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Review 2 for Underwater Scene Kit
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Reviewed by: cocoder
Transformed my basement into the bottom of the sea
Date:October 23, 2012
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The food table with the octopus was so much fun
"Bought this for my daughter's birthday party and the effect was fabulous! But whether or not you like it will probably depend on what you're looking for. It was great for a kids party but might be disappointing for a more formal event.
The creatures do have to be cut out which did take some time but I didn't worry about trying to get close to the design outline...just cut a circle/rectangle/etc since the area around them is clear. I didn't have any issues with it ripping
I used packing tape to hang everything and it's all still up 4 days later.
My only complaint is that the sand border is supposed to blend into the ocean backdrop but because it's semitransparent, there's a visible line between the wall and the backdrop if you have a light colored paint. I turned the backdrop upside down so the swirly white portion met the sand and it looked a lot better (but resembled a beach than the ocean floor if you looked at it too closely)"