Jingle Bell Candy Cane Christmas Ornament Craft Kit
Great Craft Project!
I ordered this craft project to use for my annual holiday cookie swap. It was easy and looks great when done. Great Craft Project!
January 28, 2012
Lots of bells
I will start by saying that we turned these into wreaths, they were to floppy and cheap looking as candy canes. My daughter makes her family and teachers ornaments each year for Christmas and we chose these this year. After the first 2 she didn't want to make anymore they are super cute as wreaths but so many bells! I ordered other ornaments for her to make and I finished these. Cute but tedious.
October 19, 2014
Good project for 5 year olds
Good quality product. Had a great time with my 5 year olds putting them together. Would like to see the "pipe cleaner" inside a little more stiff, as resulting candy cane is a bit floppy.
December 11, 2013
Turns out better as a wreath
I really liked this for the price and quality, but it turned out better as a wreath. The candy cane just fell a little limp. WE LOVE THE WREATHS THOUGH! :)
December 1, 2011
Easy & quick for all ages.
Our church does a Candy Cane Cottage for our kids at Christmas where they can shop, decorate cookies, listen to a story, & do a craft. This bell ornament was great for all ages, even the youngest at two years old were able to thread the bells onto the wire. The only drawback was the coating on the wire. It made it too thick for the bells to slide on, so we easily removed the coating by just pulling it off. The bows are already tied which saved time too. I would definitely use again.
January 17, 2011
I ordered this product for our First Grade Christmas party craft. IT WAS A DISASTER! There is a plastic coating on the wire and you cannont thread the jingle bells. We had to strip the plastic coating off of 140 wires in order for this to work. I DO NOT RECOMMEND BUYING THIS!
January 27, 2010
hard but a little fun
me and my mom bought this craft for a craft booth we participate in and, well you sure do need pliyers, tweesers, or jelwery making tools. well the bells would NOT AT ALL go on the wire! we took my jelwery making tools and striped the rubber right of the wire and then the bells slid like magic. all in all they were adorable and a sure to sell at our fair! but however i do not recommend this for people without an adults supervision because i got fusterated with striping the wire and my mom had to do quiet a few for me. when we were done we were so proud and its really worth it in the end when you have the great ornaments to show for it.
January 22, 2010
This would be a very cute craft, IF the bells fit onto the wire. Even after taking the plastic off the wire it was VERY hard to string the bells.
December 14, 2009
This is impossible to make--the bells will not slide onto the coated wire. They just plain don't fit. Very disappointing. I can't even say the price was good, because we just paid for something we had to throw in the trash!
December 8, 2009
Wire too big
You can't fit the jingle bells on the wire that came with it.
November 27, 2009