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  1. Default "Scene Setters" 
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    Hey Guys,

    Has anyone used those rolls of "scene setters", and does anyone know who makes them?
    Slash
    "If you fail to plan, plan to fail"
     

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    I carry a few of the products.
    And I've used them in my home.

    This is a pretty large set....

    http://thefrighteners.com/SceneSetter.htm
     

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    My mom used them (or a similar brand) to decorate for a halloween party. They're okay looking. She had to use tape to keep hers up...I don't think they are clingy. She had tombstones, bats and crows breaking through windows. I think that she said she ordered them through M & N Int'l. I know I've seen some at Party America, too.
     

  4. Default They reflect 
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    Watch using these in certain lighting conditions...they're glossy and reflect lighting....
     

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    I have the new Freddy and Jason onez too.

    I have no feedback on em yet.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonesaw
    I have the new Freddy and Jason onez too.

    I have no feedback on em yet.
    They're made by the same company for Rubies.
     

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    We used them last year to make our "oversized woodshed" look like a stone building.

    http://www.myspace.com/joedog158
    Personal MySpace


    My Mottos:
    When in doubt, get the hell out - Jason Hawes

    Of all the things I have taught you, remember this:
    If you see me running, KEEP UP! - Joe Dog
     

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    Looks fine, from the photo you would never know. I love the big ghost up on the roof.
    Giving People The Chills Since 2005

    http://www.warehouse31.com
     

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    Nice job Gristle you mean.....
    I just took the pic, Scarlet P's hubby is the miracle worker
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    When in doubt, get the hell out - Jason Hawes

    Of all the things I have taught you, remember this:
    If you see me running, KEEP UP! - Joe Dog
     

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