Hibiscus Parasol Straws
I bought these for a luau themed bachelorette party along with the flower straws. These really dressed up the drinks. Very cute purchase!
June 23, 2011
"U," umbrella, uh!
If you're a parent or teacher of our youngest learners, you'll understand that realia is one of the most effective ways of teaching letter sounds. My pre-K kids all knew letter names, but the sounds--taught partially with a fun song abut the short vowels-- required some hands-on stuff to remind the carrot tops how things go together. We made certain art projects for "A," ant, aah, and "E, " egg, eh, but we ran out of time by U. So the teensy umbrellas go in our short vowel bag to take home.) The umbrellas are functional as straws, as well as serving as a teaching instrument. OT saved the day. Oh, happy day!
June 13, 2014
Great for a party!
These are cute and will really add to the festivities and ambiance of any beach party.
July 11, 2012
These are cute & functional. I would recommend them to a friend for a teen or an adult party. The umbrellas carry on the hibiscus theme, but they are so fragile and cheaply assembled, I wouldn't recommend them for a child's party.
April 16, 2012
hibiscus parasol straws
Many of the umbrellas tend to pop open too far & don't stay up.
January 27, 2012
These straws were the perfect addition to our luau table!
September 5, 2011
Got these straws to go with the pineapple cups. Cute. Item as described.
March 22, 2011
Cute Idea, But Poor Quality
I bought these for a Luau Themed Birthday Party. They were cute and matched well, however, the umbrellas would not stay up. Only about 1 out of 5 would actually stay up and the rest would just stay folded up. Disappointed in quality, but at least I didn't spend a lot of money on them.
March 11, 2011
We used these at our family reunion this year. Everybody loved them.
March 3, 2011
Nice vibrant colors
You need to remove the mini rubber band on each parasol by rolling off the top of the straw. Straws are bendable and didn't crack. Happy with the purchase.
February 21, 2011