Chocolate Kiss Rose Craft Kit
Worth every penny!
This is a hands-down favorite of my daughter (age 7)...the roses turned out beautifully and made great valentine gifts for family and friends. We used a hot glue gun, which worked very well (I just made sure that the glue did not get too hot to melt the chocolate or cellophane). This did require the help of Mom, but was a fun mother/daughter craft to do together. Highly recommend!
February 3, 2011
Great Party Craft
I bought these for my daughter's 3rd grade Valentines' Day craft and the finished product is adorable. You do not need to use glue- I placed the stick under the celophane and held the leaf against the back and wrapped it with the pipe cleaner and it worked just fine. If the leaf was loose, a little tape did the trick. I also used tape to secure the kisses- a small piece rolled over on itself. My 8 year old was able to do it after watching me do one- any younger and I think it will be a little difficult. It took her a few tries and then she was fine- getting it tight enough was the hard part for her. I definately recommend.
January 26, 2015
overall a good product for those over 10
These turned out very nice and, after doing a few, they assembled quickly.
We did 72 roses in under 2 hrs with 6 people working in teams (these were older people and some had trouble tying the ribbon and writing on the hearts so we made teams to accommodate them.). They were pretty in the cut glass vases. Materials were of good quality.
We did not like the look of the chenille sticks and used florist tape instead. We plan to use the unused chenille with some kid's crafts later. We were disappointed with the advertising on the back of the TO:/FROM: heart. Thought it was tacky.
June 6, 2014
Valentine craft day
Brought this craft for me and my granddaughters to do for Valentines' day. Wouldn't recommend for children under 5. Some difficulty twisting wrap. But overall fun for all.
February 9, 2014
I bought for my son's 3rd grade craft. They had a great time making it for that special person. Even the boys! Or maybe, especially the boys... I did not use glue or tape to attach the candies. Instead I put the two flat sides together of the kisses and wrapped them up using all of the celophane pieces. I stuck the stick in to the end where I was holding the celophane wrapping around the kisses and used the green pipe cleaner to wrap around it all tucking the leaf inside the pipe cleaner as I was wrapping it all. It stayed together very well. It comes with 3 colors of celophane - yellow, pink and purple and all look great. There were extra candies and all of the parts seemed to be there. I would definitely buy this product again.
February 22, 2012
We purchased these for the kids to make valentines roses for their moms at our tenants Valentines party. They shipped fast and were so cute!! The kids had a blast with them!
February 22, 2012
Valentine's Day Roses
We actually got these for the kids to do for their school Valentine's (six and seven years old,) and they were just not able to do them. But the finished product was great. One other interesting note ... a termite had stowed in the box, and eaten an entire sick, but didn't survive.
February 17, 2012
a little difficult for the younger kids (2-4yo), but overall a fun craft and they end up looking very pretty.
February 22, 2010
Cute & easy
I purchased them to pass them out at church. They were easy and fast to assemble. I did not use glue at all instead I taped the kisses together. They came in different colors. Once all together they looked very cute.
February 18, 2010
I loved this product! It was a great gift for friends and family. It was easy to put together and looked cute.
February 16, 2010