DIY Can Covers - 12 pcs.
These were a hit at our party. People were able to decorate their own can cover however they wanted. We used fabric markers, but had trouble with the colors running, I guess from sweaty palms. I would use a more permanent marker next time. Yes, these are thin, but they did an excellent job, and served their purpose well. I didn't encounter any split seams or loose stitching. I would definitely recommend and purchase again.
July 27, 2010
Wasted my money
I bought two orders of these DIY can covers spent additional money on the stuff to decorate the can covers. When I finished the can covers to give out to my teenage daughters competition dance team at the end of the year national competition they didn't even fit on a pop can or even a water bottle so it was a complete waste of all the time and money that I invested in these gifts I made for the girls. Now they sit in a pile at my house and I have nothing I can even use them for.
June 16, 2014
GREAT Father's Day Gift
Our preschoolers have decorated these for their fathers, grandfathers, etc. every year for several years now. After decorating, they add a can of iced tea, lemonade, or soda and wrap them up for a great gift. Dads have told us they still have theirs several years later and enjoy them very much.
June 12, 2014
Great for keeping track of your drink
I was hosting Thanksgiving this year and was trying to come up with an idea to keep track of soda cans. I put the blank can cozys out with a glass full of sharpies and everybody had a blast designing thier own cozy. It was a great activity and helpful in saving soda.
November 29, 2012
I bought these as an "Ice Breaker" a simple way for everyone to just jump in and bring out their inner design star. My Theme for 2012 was 'Luau' and what better way for everyone to enjoy their 'spirits' than with their own koozie they personally created. This idea was a huge hit!!!!!
May 31, 2012
Worked fine for the event
We purchased these as a craft to do at our annual PDC Olympics. They were very easy to decorate with the fabric markers that we also purchased through Oriental Trading Co. The only issue is the stitching. Not very well done. They will hold up to a couple of uses and that's probably it. They were very fun to do and worked well for our event.
April 2, 2011
Very flimsy and poorly made, but price is right
These are very thin insulation fabric and poorly constructed (edges are ragged, seams don't match, can barely fits in, stitches are weak).
However, I haven''t seen anything like them anywhere else and they're priced cheaply enough so that they worked perfectly for what I needed.
October 25, 2009
We used these for VBS - the older kids really liked them. Use the fabric markers, though. Regular markers tend to bleed. (The fabric markers will too if you go really slow! That's why I think they're best for slightly older kids.)
June 16, 2009