Lump of Coal Stress Balls
Naughty List Coal
I got these in case my children started to act up right before the holidays. Once their stocking were hung they were told, if they acted up they would get a lump of coal. The child with the most coal, would have to divvy up their holiday candy with the others. Their manners for those few days were absolutely amazing. My husband thought it was a wonderful idea and liked the fact that after using them with the kids he can take them to work and use them as stress balls when he needs them. My high schoolers even asked if they could take them to school to use during finals week. I would recommend them.
January 4, 2015
Stress balls not what expected.
But my kid really wanted a stress ball... these reminded me of minecraft.
December 6, 2014
Lump of Coal stress ball
I thought these would make great fun party favors for my office holiday party. While they are cute and pretty much arrived as described, I'd say the only thing i didn't like about it was the $14.99 price. For 12 balls, it seems a little pricey. The balls are a little small. Maybe if it was 24 balls for $14.99 it would be worth it.
December 5, 2014
Funny for coworkers
Purchased the stress balls for my husbands coworkers around Christmas time. They thought they were funny and cute and appreciated the idea of a stress ball. The balls were a little stiff but not unmanageable.
February 26, 2014
I thought it would be fun to put these in each stocking this year. Especially since it has been a rough end of the year. They are more firm than the average stress ball, but the worst part was they smelled like new plastic and rubber so badly that I got a headache and a sore throat.
January 14, 2014
I bought these to go in goody bags for Christmas. They are stiff compared to other relaxer balls I've gotten from Oriental Trading, but maybe after repeated squishings they'll soften up.
November 1, 2012