We spread these dragons out over the cupcakes. I thought they were a little strange looking, but all the kids loved them.
August 16, 2011
Great conversation starter!
Work great, and if you are careful, can be used again!
March 20, 2013
A fantastic concept! Worked wonderfully!
These little guys are so clever, and amazingly affordable! No one at the dinner ever saw them before and they added a richness to the fesitivities of a Chinese New Year party!
March 22, 2012
Excellent cake toppers
We used these Dragon picks as cake toppers and cupcake toppers for my sons party. My son had a Kung Fu party theme for his 5th Birthday and we ordered many of the Dragon theme party supplies from Oriental Trading. They are excellent quality and a great size, the children ended up playing with them after they ate their cupcakes. I highly recommend this product.
June 14, 2011
I got these to mix in with both Samhain and other party decor. They are well constructed and look wonderful. You can even pose them in candy bowls, on cakes, anything. They would look cute in a dragon collection too.
September 22, 2010
Used these on the buffet table at my daughter's 12th birthday party with a dragon theme. These were the cutest dragon decorations at the party. Everyone commented on them (children and adults). Could be used for appetizers, as a cake topper, or do what I did and place several in the different dishes such as on top of the burger buns, in the melon salad, and in the center of the cheese tray. You'll wish you'd order more. Expands far and the toothpicks are very long.
August 14, 2010
Happy New Year!
Great item! To make a Chinese New Year's treat, I line up a few store-bought cupcakes as the dragon's "body" and poke in the head and tail picks.
July 23, 2010
Very cute Dragon
I loved the colorful picks, but found that I had to reinforce each pick with tape as the glue that was used did not adhere the head to the pick. If you know that ahead of time, just used tape or re-glue each head to the cardboard mouth insert. I bought 3 boxes of these and all had to be repaired before I could use them. They were used for a Chinese New year luncheon and once repaired, they looked great.
February 7, 2010