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Product Code : KSDCP
Our Fifties Dancing Couple Standee has a girl wearing a bright pink poodle skirt and saddle shoes and a boy wearing rolled up jeans and a black leather jacket. Each one-sided 50s Dancing Couple Standee is printed on cardboard measuring 6' high x 4' 9" wide. Pose with our dancing couple at your next fifties inspired event! Easy assembly.WARNING
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Reviewed by 4 customers
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The product was fine, but the instructions were not very helpful and the set-up was long. Either way, they looked great!
It was really cute and popular with the attendees (we cut the heads off and used it as a stand in), but it was very hard to set up and flimsy. The top portion kept bending backwards. I would buy it again, but only after buying supports from somehere else to attach. We used it outdoors with a very light breeze.
The product is cute and my guests thought it was a nice addition to the party. However, because the faces were grayed out in the catalog for some reason I thought we could use it as a standee for photo opp.
I used it for a photo op by cutting off the dancers heads - therfore needing a different type of easel backing. I didn't like the black skin tone so I traced the hands, arm & legs, cut out a template & covered them with a pink tone paper.
Haven't used it yet so don't know how well it will work.
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