Angel Bell Christmas Craft Kit
This craft was very easy to put together; and the finished product was very nice. My children had fun putting these together; and liked displaying them around our house!
January 8, 2015
I would recommend that the gold glitter be packaged separately as it rubbed off onto all the other parts. Otherwise, product was as expected.
The scaling of the product was great. I actually used the back drop as a fire place by cutting the archs in half and using a base for the base and the mantle. I added logs and flames to the fire place using foam and hung evergreen garland and stockings from the mantle. I used the "angel" for the true ballet dancer.
January 2, 2014
Served the purpose for which they were purchased!
We put two back to back, glued them to the bottom of an upside down paper bowl, and covered up the bottom with white "clouds". Overall, they were very cute as table centerpieces for our Breakfast with the King.
December 12, 2013
Easy to complete!
I used this craft Sunday morning with my third grade students after sharing the story from Luke Chapter 1 where Gabriel visits Mary with the news that she has been chosen to miraculously bear God's own Son. They thoroughly enjoyed this easy project since all the pieces were self-adhesive. I only had to supervise and help twist the chenille wire to secure the bells and help punch out the smaller glittered pieces with which to decorate the angel's gown. These were easier to remove and apply if you removed the paper backing first from the whole sheet and then pushed each piece out as needed. This craft is a nice finished size, very glittery so a little messy, and probably best for 1st and 2nd graders.
December 3, 2013