Colors Of Faith Cross Necklaces
Used these as rewards for kids that got perfect attendance for VBS and the kids loved them. Good quality and bright colors.
August 1, 2011
Our pastor gives these crosses during chapel time at our preschool and the children really like them. They are of decent quality...Although they do tangle at times they are easy to untangle. This is the third time we order them and would recommended them.
September 9, 2010
Our batch was defective.
I teach Sunday School and we always enjoy doing crafts I've purchased from Oriental Trading. This is the first time in 3 years I've written a poor review. Almost all of the crosses we received were defective. They did not have holes punched through the wood so the kids could not thread the necklaces through them. We tried to push holes completely through with pencils and only managed on a few, leaving some kids without necklaces. The string for the necklaces also frayed easily, making it hard to put in the holes of the crosses that had them. The kids were very frustrated and some went home without necklaces. Very frustrating! Do not buy this one.
April 27, 2013
Colors point to Christ
Allows craft/ beads point to Christ/ can use them
December 12, 2012
These items are nice looking but the sring comes apart as soon as the kids put them on their necks. Fairly priced but still disapointed in time that they last.
August 21, 2010
Best Product For Kids
This necklace helps me explain Jesus to kids waiting to visit their inmate parent at the jail. They learn that Jesus came to forgive their sins and will never leave them. Please get this product back. I need it! Thanks!
June 29, 2009
Only 5 had the same number of beads on each side.
May 16, 2009
Nice to remind children with
I like to bring little gifts to the children that are attending Mass. This has been a long tradition of "Random Act of Kindness" I have done for a long time. I always turn to Oriental Trading for these little tokens...this is a great price for something the children really love to get!
March 30, 2009