DIY Wood Tropical Wind Chimes
I support a girl scout troop so I'm always looking for activities for the girls to do. This was wonderful for them. They loved it!
January 19, 2011
Great Craft. Loads of fun
We used these for the crafts for our Hawaiian themed event at a campground in CT. They fit well with the theme and the kids really liked them. They all wanted to paint more than one. They turned out great and were even a bit bigger than expected. Great quality too!
July 21, 2010
Excellent design choices for this collection
Student were able to use the pre-cut shapes, and enjoyed creating their own designs, patterns, and colors.
May 30, 2014
great item for beach crafts! easy to use with permanent marker or paints and stickers
May 13, 2014
My 5 year old daughters love to do crafts and art projects! They had so much fun with these, just using crayola markers. The chimes are tiny but no big deal. It's nice to do something different and made for a cute "gift" for neighbors and teachers.
March 4, 2014
Great for kids. They love to paint them
my kids have had a blast painting these windchimes
March 3, 2011
Great for the cost
I bought these for my 4 y.o. son's end of the year party. His friends loved them! We used washable tempera paint that seemed to work great. Only decorated one side so you can see the OT symbol on the other side unfortunately. The kids had a blast picking out there chime and decorating. Would defintely recommend and/or purchase again!
June 4, 2010
So very, very cute
I purchased these items to replace some exactly like them that I bought years ago. I like to hang chimes on the deck railing around my pool. My only complaint is that the company name is stamped on one side of each item. If I didn't sand it off first, you could see it through the paint. After all, chimes turn when the wind blows and need to be decorated on both sides. If you spray clear enamel on them, they last through some rough weather. I'd love to see additional designs too!
June 1, 2010
The kids loved them!!!!
August 20, 2009
Creative and a Hit
These wind chimes were loved by the kids (ages 5-9). Even the boys thought they were really neat. Permanent markers worked just fine, and there was a great assortment of all the different shapes so everyone got what they wanted. The only negative challenge we ran into was the string that held the one of the chimes unraveled. However, the kids had so much fun decorating something as "real life" as this, there were no complaints.
July 13, 2009