Clothespin Bunny Magnet Craft Kit
These make adorable napkin rings/take-home favors for spring parties and Easter celebrations. Using hot glue makes them a bit more sturdy than craft glue.
March 15, 2010
Great bunny Magnet
This is a great project, however, you have to use glue to affix body parts. Therefore, not a project you can give to a younger child to do on their own. My 8 year old daughter saw how I did one then she made 5 more in about 20 minutes! They re absolutely adorable. I would of given it a 5 star if you didn't have to use glue. All in all a great and fun project!
April 26, 2012
Difficult, even for me, to put together because the parts were so small, but ended up looking good. My older elementary students will probably be able to put them together. I would recommend using a tacky glue that dries faster than Elmer's. Would have preferred spending a little more and having a larger final product. I ended up buying stronger magnets -- the ones sent did not have enough strength.
March 21, 2010
The foam was not as bright white as pictured; it was a little gray-ish. The peices were tiny, but I used the mini glue dots and had no trouble getting everything where it needed to be and keeping it there. The magnets were not strong enough to hold up the bunny on the fridge, so I doubled up on them and will have to buy more to finish all of the rabbits. The foam was miss-printed a few times and I will probably just chunk those since they look a little funny. Not a bad craft to do, but don't expect to get all 12 rabbits perfect with what you get in the kit.
March 17, 2010
These bunnies are a very nice looking product. And a good quallity. But they are very hard to put together. Due to the fact that its so tiny.
March 8, 2010