Color Your Own Holiday Mugs
Great Holiday Gift
I purchased these coffee cups for my Kindergarten students to make as Christmas gifts for their parents. I didn't use the papers that came inside of them. Instead, I cut my own paper and had the students decorate mittens that I cut out and we glued them onto the paper. Then, we glued a school picture to one of the mittens. The parents loved them!
December 22, 2008
The mugs are great, but a third of them came with crackd in the clear plastic.
May 23, 2014
Great for the price
These were great little cups for kiddos. Some of them had small cracks in them, but they were very small. We used them as a party favor/momento for kids age 4-9 that were in our church's Christmas play. We took out the coloring pages that came with it and inserted a cast picture with the date, etc. of the play. Then, at the cast party, we watched the video of the Christmas play and gave the kids the cup with hot chocolate and candy cane. The kids LOVED it.
CONS - you have to take the insert out every time you wash it, or it gets ruined. No big deal.
February 4, 2014
Amazing gift. Very simple. Each cup comes with the 3 different coloring papers. Even my 1.5 year old loved coloring them!!! Great, easy, gift idea!!!
December 27, 2013
Good class project
Purchased for 3rd grade class party. Decent quality. Some kids put water in right away and I was happy to see they didn't seem to leak. Good choice.
December 23, 2013
Great Purchase for the Price
Bought these for Christmas for classrooms and also for the girl scouts to do plus
December 6, 2012
I purchased over 100 of these cups for a Holiday Gift Making event at my childs school and I think their great. They cups came with 3 different sheets to choose from to color an insert. None of the cups were received damaged either. Would be cute to add a bag of hot cocoa and candy cane as a gift!
December 3, 2012
Thought these were adorable. The paper held up with 2-10 year olds just fine.
December 20, 2010
I bought these for my child care Christmas party as the children were making a "hot cocoa gift bag". These were perfect because they made the gift more personal. There are a few different pictures to chooses from and I let the children take all them home so they can switch them out when need. Just make sure when the mugs are washed, they are dry completely before inserting the paper pictures.
December 15, 2010
i ordered these mugs as the craft for my kindergartner's holiday party; the cup itself seems very kid-proof, but the paper to color on is extremely thin; the paper seems too frail to use paint or marker on and i am a little nervous it will rip once the children start to color them (with crayon); overall i am pleased with my purchase
December 16, 2009