Horse Bouncing Balls
Happy with these
I bought these for party bags the kids liked them they were a good price and I am always looking for horse favors
January 18, 2011
Great Goody Bag Item
We bought these to go in the boot cups that Oriental Trading sells as goody bags. They were great and bounced very well! The party was held at a stable.
April 16, 2010
I bought these for the goodie bags. They were cute and well received.
January 13, 2014
We bought these to add to our pony theme birthday party favor bags. The kids thought they were great to look at and play with. I recently saw them at a gift shop for $2.50 each so this is a good price too. I did notice the protective coating another reviewer mentioned and thought it was slight and didn't detract from the product. Very happy with this purchase!
July 25, 2011
Great product at a good price
I had a rodeo themed party where we rented a Mechanical bull for my daughter's 7th BDay and I put these in the goody bags I gave to the kids. They are sturdy and all the kids enjoyed them. I had about 60 kids - ages ranging from 1 to 12 and they all liked playing with them!
April 23, 2011
bought for my daughters 3rd birthday horse themed party. Love them- really cute. I put these balls in the kids goodie boxes.
February 9, 2011
They aren't dirty, the orange and yellow horses just reflect a little in the ball.
November 17, 2010
Not worth it!
Bought these bouncy balls for gift bags for a fairytale party....about a third of the balls had a yellowish discoloration that made them look dirty.
OT did tell me that I could use the ones that didn't and return the bad ones as long as I returned them in sets of 12 - I just chose to returm them all!
March 3, 2010
Great addition to favor bags!
And really, at less than a buck each, what more could you ask for?
November 28, 2009
Product ok, price a little high
We purchased these to include in gift bags for our child's horse-themed birthday party. They worked fine, and the children enjoyed them, but we felt they were a little higher priced than they should have been. They also had a greasy coating on them -- possibly a mold release film.
January 17, 2009