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Alright everyone. I was going to post this in one of the post's I had asked on what to use for the Dot Room, but I wanted others to view this too as more of a how-to. Anyway, I bought black fitted sheets at walmart for $2.69each!!!! (Im sure they have regular sheets for the same price, but my store didnt have them) I had to cut them myself to make them completely flat, but it's fast and easy. Anyway, instead of the normal, painting cirlces on, I bought neon duck tape. The tape doesn't stick to the sheets, but if you hot glue it does. The tape roles are only $2.39 each, and last a while. Any questions, ask. As far as long lasting dot room walls go, i'm not sure since todays only my first day creating them...but its fast, easy, and cheap! I'll have pictures soon.
 

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Sounds good! Keep us updated!
 

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i love neon duck tape! Me and my friends did a duct tape fashion show last year and already planned this year so it's an interest. The only problem I see is if you make circles they all have to be layered the same way. Or maybe i'm just picky
 

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or has anyone tried those neon paper dots that peeps use to mark rummage sale items?
 

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or has anyone tried those neon paper dots that peeps use to mark rummage sale items?
We used them the last couple of years in our office haunt and they work great for a couple of hours...but as people move through the dot end up on the ground. I would not use them if you want something long lasting, but worked OK for our 1 night party. Make sure you get the neon colors.

BTW - we used black plastic for our walls, not sure how well it would work on cloth.

Good luck!
 
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