Color Your Own Holy Family Candy Cane Holders
Was a good craft, had to have adults help with assembling, but kids enjoyed coloring and of course the candy cane.
December 13, 2009
Poorly put together product
I bought these for my church Christmas program. The slits were cut wrong so I couldn't fit the candy cane properly. Cut product but not mad properly.
December 3, 2011
The cardboard is of good quality, however, the small cardboard pieces that are used to hold the candy cane in place are quite flimsy. I had a hard time trying to get the pieces through the cardboard since they were very flimsy. I am going to do this craft around Christmas time with my first grade CCD class, however, I might need to take it home once the kids color it in since they won't be able to attach the candy cane holders.
August 9, 2010
Nice, sturdy project.
Won't stand; but still good for cards!
December 10, 2009
We used these in Sunday school with kids of various ages. They are a good value. The paper is coated, so some crayons didn't work and you need older kids to help put the tabs in the slots for the candy cane. Other than that, these are cute for the price and the kids liked coloring them.
December 1, 2009
The true meaning of Christmas
These help the kids to remember the true meaning of Christmas which is not about the ribbons & bows, presents or the food but about the birth of our Savior.
November 30, 2009
Okay, but not spectacular
As a pastor, I like this idea, but the little attachment (paper) came apart when I slid the candy cane through it; hence glue was necessary, and I wouldn't suggest that young children use a hot glue gun. Moreover, I was forced to glue the 2 little stands so they would stand erect when colored and finished. Directions were marvelous, however, and directions came in very handily. Additionally, they are fun to color.
November 24, 2009