Turn your boring front yard into a gruesome cemetery!
The Traditional Tombstones will turn your yard into a creepy cemetery this Halloween. The weather resistant corex tombstones will make Halloween decorating easy. Each Traditional Tombstone measures 3 feet 10 inches high x 2 feet wide and includes a metal stake to secure into the ground. Easy assembly.
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Reviewed by 2 customers
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- Easy To Set Up
- Easy To Store
- Fits Theme
- Outdoor decor
These look phenomenal in the yard and we get so many compliments. They're incredibly durable. This is 2014 and we've used ours since 2008. I would HIGHLY recommend these if you're looking for something unique and that looks high-end.
- Bad Fit
- Poor Quality
- Just For Fun
We ordered the tombstones as yard decorations. The stakes did not insert well into the tombstones. Then, the stakes did not easily go into the ground. They looked ridiculous rather than the anticipated fun cemetary scene
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Q:how thick are the tombstones and how long will it take shipping included to get these personalized?Asked on 9/17/2010 by Anonymous
A:The traditional Tombstones are 3./4" thick.Answered on 9/17/2010 by CSR
Q:I wanted to know if I could get these tombstomes blank with no sayings on them aAsked on 9/17/2010 by Anonymous
A:The Traditional Tombstones are not available unimprinted. You can however order our Personalized Tombstone Yard Signs and request for them not to be imprinted. The item number for this item is YDSTYS.Answered on 9/17/2010 by CSR