perfect look for the party
I'm throwing my sister a 40th black and gold stars theme party and these stars are perfect. when the light hits them just right, you feel like your surrounded by pure gold.
June 30, 2011
Affordable, looks good
These stars are really nice hanging from the ceiling. They come with fish line so when hanging you can't see the "string". Love the different sizes, adds dimension to your decor. They only thing that you have worry about is when assembling them. They can tear easy and the foil comes off. So take your time and be gentle. I purchased the gold and silver star kits.
December 28, 2013
Heavenly in profusion for Christmas!
I love these stars and, if you are careful and, perhaps, have an Exacto knife handy, you will be very pleased with them, too.
I dangled clusters of the stars from several light fixtures and the effect was just what I wanted. Do NOT try to work with them in a big rush. You need time to avoid small tears in the foil. Additional monofilament and a holepunch will allow you to mix up the length of the drop and the ability to dangle more than one star from each string.
December 29, 2012
These are awful!!
VERY hard to figure out - unclear how to make them "spin" - foil tears from paper - these are seriously a waste!!!
December 1, 2012
pretty but time consuming
The layers of stars are difficult to come apart - you have to be very careful not to rip them, so its time consuming!
May 28, 2012
These come with no directions on how to open them. Some of the die cuts are not complete and it was hard to decide if that was a place to keep connected or not. This was also where the foil would tear from the paper.
December 10, 2011
not so great
Was not impressed with the quality- they looked great until you tried to turn the interior stars- then the gold foil peeled off. Oh well. :)
January 1, 2009
The cardboard could be thicker
Overall this is a good product, I think it was a bit overpriced considering the cardboard is very thin, I am afraid that I will brake them when I shape them properly.
December 21, 2008