Bunny And Carrot Door Hanger Craft Kit
Adhesive Pieces Save Time
These bunny decorations were delightful to make. Most pieces had adhesive that worked well and my children created these decorations quite easily. We used duct tape to secure the hanger and to stabilize the green strings on the back of the project. I hope that this project will be available again next year! I would reccomend it to my colleagues. We did use the extra pieces that were enclosed in the kit, as a few pieces were missing.
April 9, 2012
I bought these for my kindergartners to do with a sub and they are perfect. I was worried that we would have to use glue because sometimes the adhesive on foam isn't sticky BUT IT WAS!! All the pieces are really sticky, so you truly can hand a package to a kid and they can do it by themselves which is great. I highly recommend for a cute project.
April 10, 2011
Cute when together but.................
I bought these for my son's Spring party. They were very problematic. I will say they looked very cute once put together. So, where to start, well the "extra" parts bags do not include everything, so when I had bows missing I was stuck. The pink piece of foam containing the ears and stripe for the egg was bent in the individual bags so that EVERYONE had an ear stuck to the plastic bag. The heads detached from the bodies repeatedly, so I had to use glue dots. You also have to use some type of adhesive to stick the hanger string and the carrot strings onto the foam as there was no other way. The carrot strings had a handful of smaller pieces that were difficult, in my opinion, so I ended up pre-building each child's carrot strings before the party.
I think these would be better suited for an at home activity. They also looked a little cheap when done, maybe thicker foam would have been better. Oh well, they were worth a try!
April 23, 2014
great project for 1st graders.
This is wonderful for 1st graders. Easy, economical and the children love making this kit.
April 16, 2014
A little too complicated for the Elders in my nursing home, but they really liked the finished product.
The Elders in the nursing home really liked the finished product and thought they were cute. The problem was that some of the pieces were a bit small for their hands and they had difficulty removing the paper slip. I had difficulty with part of the instructions.
March 26, 2014
It was ok
I did this craft with 3rd graders and it was ok. If you are doing this craft in a classroom full of kids, I would definitely have a few parents to help. Not all pieces are self adhesive
April 6, 2012
This craft is really cute. I used the left over self-adhesive foam pieces from the kit to attach the cords to the back of the bunny. The glue on the bows sometimes sticks to the paper so I would suggest having glue dots handy just in case.
March 26, 2012
Great Easter Craft
My great-granddaughter (age 6) totally enjoyed this craft project. We used them all, making one for each family member. Most projects for kids this age do need some adult help and it is great sharing some quiet and creative time with them. One reviewer complained that some of the parts didn't stick well. Use "glue dots" (sold by OTC). They are great for kids and adults.
March 9, 2012
This craft is cute and not too difficult, but as with so many craft kits it has its disappointments. The bows are tied badly, most have to be re-tied to actually be a bow, and that is not something most of the children have the patience or the ability to do. The ribbons to hang the little carrots are not as pictured, they are more like cord and best secured with hot glue...again, something children aren't really able to do. Overall, the finished product is cute, but takes a little more work on the adult's part to really work out well.
February 29, 2012