DIY Clear Flying Disks
Light, Fun and Kids will love decorating it.
We had so much fun with this item. When I first got this item, I was a little disappointed at the way it looked and wanted to reurn it. After tossing it around and seeing how well it worked. We decided not to return this product. Lucky us because the kids LOVED decorating it. The perm. markers worked great on this product.
July 13, 2011
Used as favor for family party - every one decorated and then we tried to use them -- the were so light we were totally unsuccessful in throwing them (it was windy) - and a couple broke when they hit a tree -- that being said - when they were decorated and hanging in screen porch they looked pretty cute. At $10 for a dozen, it wasn't that bad a deal.
September 10, 2011
I bought these flying disks for my daughter's party. They were being used as plates for their food and then they were going to color them. I was a little disappointed that they were thin and flimsy when I got them. One of the children at the party throw theirs and it hit a brick and broke :( on the first time using it. They would be a great item if they were thicker, But it does fly OK.
July 26, 2010
Great craft for party
Thought these worked great at a school party. We had them use Sharpies to decorate them. I should have ordered more because the kids wanted to do more than one each. They are pretty clear and a nice size. They are not too thick, but seem sturdy.
May 21, 2010
the children really enjoyed decorating these and they actually fly too!
February 10, 2010
Great! Great! Gereat!
These are great! We decorated these disks with permanent markers. The kids had a blast and they actually flew well! I was pleasantly surprised! I had 4 year olds up to 11 years decorating them! Also, great for girls or boys!
These are on the small side in size (maybe 7 inches in diameter) , not like your regular store bought frisbees by Wham-o. But terrific otherwise! Highly recommend.
August 14, 2009
Great Summer Activity
I bought these for our annual picnic to give the kids something to do to keep them out of the water for a while. I used simple coloring page images. I put the image underneath, and traced the image on top with a Sharpie. They do not work with regular Crayola markers though. You must use Sharpies. Regular marker just smears.
August 3, 2009
Great project for my daycare children. Some painted on them while others used permanent markers (regular markers do not work). Gave them to Dads for Father's Day. Some of the frisbees were slightly warped but I tested them and they still flew. Overall a good activity.
June 16, 2009