Great for any city themed event!
The City Limits Patterned Flat Paper shows off a fun city theme. Each roll of City Flat Paper measures 4 feet x 50 feet and displays a grassy park with a city background. This paper is coated with fade-resistant inks and is acid free and recyclable.
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We used the city back drop, silver star poly vinyl, foil table skirting and doorframe length to create "Under the Broadway Stars" themed Alumni sponsored reception venue. The evening was to honor the Choral Director who served/taught at the school for 27 years and raise funds for a new piano-the evening was capped off by the reception which someone commented had been, "professionally decorated!" Well I am no professional but but with a supplier like you-I can let my creativity run wild at a reasonable cost! Thanks so very much!
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Q:Do you recommend this flat paper to cover lockers? If so type of adhesive is best to hang on lockers, walls, and/or on top of poly vinyl.
Q:The roll is 50' long and the design is 4' tall, but I am assumming that the design repeats multiple times on the roll. If this is true, how long is the actual design before it repeats again?
A:The pattern should repeat approximately every 2 foot.
Q:The roll comes 4ft wide, 25ft long. Can this roll be cut along the 25ft length side, put the pieces together, and allow me to create a seamless longer than 4ft wide panoramic backdrop view? Thanks!
A:The pattern for this item runs 48 inches high, so you can match the rolls up "end to end" to make a continual pattern on your wall. Just like with wallpaper, you will most likely have to cut a little off the second roll to match the pattern to where you left off.