Holiday Reindeer Mugs
Cute Little Cups
These are very cute little cups. Great to stuff with small bags or candy or other small novelties from Oriental Trading. My six year old and three year old LOVE these cups.
November 22, 2011
Cute 'coffee' mugs
Super cute. Perfect size for little hands. The red was more orange than red. Only complaint!
December 17, 2010
Kids Love Them
We gave these out as prizes at our company children's carnival. The kids all loved them. I have also purchased them for my children to take to school for christmas treats. They have always been a big hit for the kids. We have some of all of the holiday designs.
December 3, 2010
Bought these for OCC shoeboxes and I was very please with this item.
January 11, 2014
BOUGHT THESE FOR DAUGHTER'S CHRISTMAS PARTY AT SCHOOL TO FILL WITH GOODIES. WAS VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED WITH QUALITY. THEY ARE SO THIN THAT I WAS AFRAID TO PUT ANYTHING IN THEM. WAS A WASTE OF MONEY.
December 13, 2012
I purchased to put small favors in for my sons kindergarten holiday party. They are adorable. They are a little thin so I am scared they will break easy, but the kids will surely get a few uses out of them and at $7 a dozen they are highly affordable!
December 12, 2012
Ordered these for a fun item for the kids for the Christmas dinner, but they are not RED and green, they are ORANGE and green. For Christoween?
December 3, 2012
Not what I thought
I thought the reindeer mugs were green and red, but the red ones were orange! Last year they were red!
November 29, 2012
I bought 2 dozen on sale to fill with small toys for my Sparks (5 & 6 year old Girl Guides). They are smaller than a regular mug, the plastic is thin and the red is pretty orangish... but the kids didn't care! I wouldn't use them for hot drinks (ex. hot cocoa) but they suited my intended purpose perfectly! Very cute!
December 22, 2011
Good... not PERFECT... but passable
The cups are orange - but I didn't mind that as much... the plastic is way thin and I don't think they will last too long, the paint job looks rushed on some of them... but for a class of kindergartners and pre schoolers - they will work!
December 16, 2011