Magic Color Scratch Green Christmas Tree Ornaments
I used these in homemade xmas poppers for the table.. adults and kids liked them
January 1, 2011
Fun for the kids
I got this for my daughter's 2nd grade Christmas Party at school. I wish there was more sticks for all the kids to have instead of making them share. Some of the red ribbons came untied. Only one out of 20 toppers of the trees broke off while the kids were trying to scratch off the coloring.
December 31, 2014
It is very easy to do and the kids like doing them
December 20, 2014
Great for younger kids
My kindergarten class and 3rd graders loved this... very simple and quick, but cute.
December 19, 2014
kids love scratchboard!
You can never go wrong with scratchboard items. Kids LOVE them. Green is obviously a perfect color for tree shapes and the rainbow colors that are revealed are very pretty. Plenty of strong plastic scratching sticks are included, and pretty hanging ribbons. Any age can do this, too!
December 16, 2014
After our Christmas program at church, we had a Birthday party for Jesus. As a project they could take home, each child created a beautiful little tree to hang on their own tree at home. Even some adults got in on it! Was an easy fun project that was quick.
January 19, 2013
Made fun name tags
I ordered several of the shapes including the Christmas tree to use for name tags for my annual holiday party. Guests, ages 2 - 95, really enjoyed making and decorating their tags. I was afraid that the scratch off would make a mess, but fears were unfounded. We use Christmas ribbon to make a necklace. I couldn't find any affordable cording which would have been better.
December 20, 2012
Stars falling off
I was very disappointed with these. Most of the stars on the tree were either ripped off in shipping or falling off.
December 8, 2012
Pretty good for the money
Good for a craft for a room full of kids.
December 1, 2012
My daughter is having fun making these ornaments for friends. She is personalizing them. It's an easy & fun ornament for kids. The primary color comes off with ease to reveal the secondary color.
November 30, 2012