Paste Your Face Statue of David Standee
David Statue Paste Your Face
A standee Michelangelo would be proud to call his own!This Paste Your Face Statue of David Standee is fashioned after the famous statue by Michelangelo. Each one-sided cardboard Statue of David Standee measures 6 ft high x 2 ft 7 inches wide and features your face directly printed onto David's body. Our Paste Your Face Statue of David Standee is the perfect prop for any Roman themed event. Easy assembly.
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The cutout was better than we expected. We were able to upload the picture and order it in minutes. The price was reasonable also. Once the cut out was ordered, we received it in a matter of days. We are using it for a surprise party and could not be more pleased with it.
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This was the hit of my husband's 40th Birthday party and led to a lot of funny pictures and laughs.
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Q:Is it possible to order this with NO face? We'd like to cut a hole so that people can stick their faces through from behind and be photographed and the party.Asked on 4/21/2014 by Evans
A:No. This product requires a photo to be uploaded. You can not proceed to checkout until a photo is uploaded.Answered on 4/22/2014 by csr
Q:We would like to cut the face out and use "David" as a photo prop. My question... is the face in the standee's large enough to do that? Your dimensions sound pretty life size, does it have a full size face?Asked on 3/3/2013 by oct_heidi from Burlington Country, NJ
A:It is lifesize, so the face section would be the size of a head. It would weaken the structure when you cut out the cardboard.Answered on 3/4/2013 by csr
Q:Can i orden THE David standee with THE original face?Asked on 10/15/2012 by mary from houston
A:This is a Paste Your Face only. We do not sell this with the original face of David, sorry.Answered on 10/16/2012 by csr