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Item #: 34941
Our Price: $13.99

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This lightweight embossed foam board sheet has an extremely realistic faux tin texture. Dollhouse ceiling sheets include 54 blocks, each approximately 1 1/4", of two alternating star designs. Customize this faux tin ceiling with your own paint. It's so easy to cut and install with your favorite adhesive.

One per package.
13" x 9"

Note: Over time, even a small amount of UV light can cause this material, if left untreated, to yellow. If you receive your item and it is yellowed and you do not plan to paint it, apply a coat or two of flat white spray paint. Or, if you want to use it white, it is still best to coat with white spray paint so it doesn't yellow while in use.

Scale: 1/12
Assembly Required: No
Item may vary slightly from the image shown

1/12 scale, also referred to as one-inch scale (or 1" scale), means 1 inch = 1 foot


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by Jeannette
on 2/21/2017
Beautiful detailed ceiling
This ceiling has the most gorgeous details that my fingers are itching to paint. I have not used it yet, so can't speak to how well it receives paint.
by Carole
on 3/26/2015
Well pleased
Found this very easy to use in my third floor hall. Glued easily with Aileen's tacky. Trimmed quickly with a razor. Very pleased with the results. Quickly covered a stained wallpaper ceiling.
by Meredith
on 3/23/2014
Pretty but hard to use.
I was really excited about this product, as it looked like a great alternative to the usual molded-plastic or paper ceilings. I bought several to use in my Victorian brownstone but was disappointed once I started installing them. For one thing, the foam is fairly soft and dents easily, so you have to be careful when handling it. Because of the way the pattern is laid out, unless your room is the exact dimensions of the piece, when you cut it, you have to live with both pieces not looking exactly alike (there is a smooth area and a border around the outer edges that prevents this). Mine was a bit short in one direction, and I was thankful that I intended to put up crown moulding to cover up the discrepancy. Not being paper, it is almost impossible to get light fixtures to stick. The little foam rounds just don't cut it. I eventually had to resort to glue-gunning them straight to the ceiling. Nothing else worked. All in all I am happy with the result, but it wasn't easy getting there.
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