Rubber Jelly Sayings Bracelets
Great value & inspiration message for kids
We host our annual Family Fun Day each April, in conjunction with Child Abuse Awareness month. All games, prizes, rides, food, etc. are provided free of charge to the public and allow our clients and their families a time of stress free fun and togetherness. These bracelets are a wonderful way to inspire our children to have COURAGE, STRENGTH, DREAM, and BELIEVE.
April 1, 2011
The jelly bracelets were not as good of quality as the inspirational sayings bracelets.
April 25, 2014
Bought these for an adult Christian retreat. The "sayings" are nearly impossible to read & they are "inspirational"----dream, etc! NOT Jesus-related sayings.
Flimsy as well& they had tiny labels that required a lot of effort to cut off each and very one.
Would not recommend at all!!
March 26, 2014
Bracelets for Orphans in Nigeria
These bracelets are good for the amount paid for them, but beware! look at the wording on each one. As I was removing the bar code from each one, I happened to notice what one said. Keep in mind, these are supposed to be up lifting words for children. That one said "Hazardous" so I looked at all of them carefully and found another one, that said "Toxic". Not the words I wished to impart to the children. The wording is rather hard to see, also. Other than that they are colorful and the kids should love them.
July 13, 2013
look great! great quality!
April 27, 2012
Served it's purpose!
It was a great idea, it served it's purpose!
May 13, 2011
I purchased these for a mission trip to another country.
I wanted to express our love for others, encourage them to have hope, believe in them selves, strength will come if ask for and dreams do come true.
September 9, 2010
These are ok. They look cheaper than a lot of the plastic bracelets out there, however. The solid color bracelets are much better in my opinion.
May 29, 2010
the kids so loved these. My older daughter even wantd some for her friends at school
April 30, 2010
great for kids
Kids love these!
February 25, 2010