Christmas Tree Layer Ornaments
These ornaments are so simple to put together and they look very nice when completed. They have a victorian feel to them
January 20, 2011
the felt was poorly cut and wrinkled when it arrived
February 8, 2013
Easy and quick
The ornaments look great, once they're finished. My main complaint is that I ordered two sets, and one set had one replacement rhinestone, while the other had no replacement whatsoever. It worked out, because while some kits were short one rhinestone, others might have one or two extra. It's obvious that the quality control where these are produced is not very quality, when it comes to counting out small pieces. You might want to purchase extra rhinestones in the size and color used, just in case.
September 25, 2012
These trees are cute but regular white glue doesn't hold the jewels in place. It soaks into the felt. Also, in some of the kits the die cut green tree was crumpled or folded which made it harder to lay flat on the white part.
November 5, 2011
I just bought these for my daughter (11) to make for nursing home residents for Christmas. They are not quite as nice as in the picture, but they are still realy nice. It's a bit of a pain to glue the small parts of the green cut-out piece to the white solid piece, but nothing she cannot handle. She's using tacky glue instead of a glue gun because of the positioning and the thin lines of glue required. I just hope they hold up.
March 25, 2011
These are cute & fun to make. They'll make a nice add onto packages this Christmas.
December 19, 2010
Many of the green cut trees were crinkled. I tried to iron them but they stuck to my iron. I ended up gluling the trees together before the party. The ones the children made did turn out cute. I do recommend glue dots for the gems. With glue they pop off.
December 7, 2010