Delightful Doll Beads
These wooden heads are very hard to find these days. I haven't used mine yet but plan to in the fall for angels and other projects. First time I have seen them in a long time and know I will have plenty use for them. For the most part they are well made.
June 11, 2011
These were on sale for a great price, so I bought them to put aside for crafting with my daughters. We have not used them yet, but I was so pleasantly surprised by these! They are larger than I expected, and the quality is excellent. Cute little faces. :) Can't wait to use them!
December 3, 2012
Great bead heads
These doll heads do look better IRL than in the picture on OT's website. I got a great deal, and am very happy. Going to use them for yarn santas.
November 27, 2012
Perfect with adorable faces
I have no idea what I am going to do with all these doll heads, but I have to say.....they are perfect. No imperfections, all colors, just adorable. I'm sure my grand daughters will gobble them up.
November 5, 2012
great deal, perfect for a classroom
These dolls beads are larger than expected, and the faces are painted more clearly than in the photo, with pink rosy cheeks. Some holes are a bit rough and messy, some faces are painted better than others, but for a classroom craft, they are perfect. And the best part is the different skin tones represented! Brown, pale yellow, pale pink, medium peach. AND THEY ARE *CHEAP*! Will have to order more.
October 25, 2012
Great Crafting Potential
All of the beads I received were in perfect condition. I will be using some of these beads for little pipe cleaner Jonahs that get swallowed up by fabric whales I am putting together. However, I can see where these would be great for nativity or angel ornaments or used in a "God made me" lesson. Very versatile.
September 25, 2012
Perfect for my girl scout troops craft projects. Love the fact that all ethnic backgrounds are represented.
July 1, 2012
Multi use product
We use these heads for our "inchworms". We take 2 small pieces of pipe cleaner (2 inches max) bend them together in a "Y" formation. Corl the tops for antennae, add a head then add as many tri beads as they want. Always a hit!
June 27, 2011