This 24-foot-wide scene comes with seven panels. They are printed on quality paper and easily attaches to foam construction panels purchased at Lowes. These printed panels are not stickers, since so many churches preferred the option to use them in decorating classrooms and hallways after the big event. The paper and the foam panel love Mavalus Tape and it seems to be the only reliable tape that does not destroy the poster or walls.
The panels measure 8’ x 4’ and will extend slightly past the edge of a large sheet of construction foam panels to allow you room to match the edges and create and accordion fold when standing the panels on stage. Two panels create the large 7’ tall giraffe with monkeys and a toucan bird. These posters are filled with bright green foliage, grasses, and trees. The two middle panels feature the mountains, beautiful clear sky, waterfall, grassy meadow with a couple of zebras. The final pair of panels feature a large elephant and a monkey among the grass and trees.
The seventh panel of the Large Safari Scene Setter is filled with scene add-ons to bring your stage to life. You will find a baby giraffe, a baby elephant, extra toucan bird, rocks with a bright green frog and iguana, and a beautiful four-foot-wide peacock to add to your scene. Simply cut the items out loosely with scissors and attach the pieces to cardboard or display foam board from Hobby Lobby. Mr. Mark used cardboard. Just know you can open large boxes flat and use for individual pieces to reduce expenses. After attaching an item with Mavalus Tape, use a sharp blade and cut the item out. Add a small triangle as an easel to the back with tape. Be sure it is not flush with the bottom, but rather a finger width from the bottom so the piece will lean back slightly instead of falling forward every time someone walks by it.