Nativity Cutout Photo Stand
I bought this for our annual Happy Birthday Jesus! Party celebrated in our mid week program. The kids loved it and it was super easy to set up, take the pictures and print them out before the students went home. We had done costumes in the past which were a bit time consuming, so this was perfect! It is also easy to fold up and store.
November 16, 2010
please don't discontinue!
I noticed that this item has been discounted. I hope it's just a price reduction, and not a "clearance" item. Just want to let others know that it was great fun at our annual Christmas party for inner city children. Many of the children "posed" with their sponsors, & we took pictures & were able to include them later in the thank you notes from the children. The quality was excellent- better than expected. I encourage anyone who teaches young ones to buy this product before it disappears!
October 2, 2010
the kids loved it!
I purchased this for our Christmas program so that our daycare families could take pictures of the kids. They absolutely loved it! It's made of heavy cardboard and I'm sure we'll have many years of wonerful pics with this!
January 1, 2010
A hoot at the Party!
We put this in the foyer of our youth center at church. It's a great laugh for adults and kids. The kids love to see the adults stick their heads in there and we let them take pictures of us being silly. We really used it at our Christmas party! It is light weight so it's easy to move around. When we weren't using it, we placed it on a desk so you can see it well. It is maybe 3 feet high otherwise, and only proped up by the folded corners so it will need proping or put higher to be seen well. Over all, It was completly worth it all and usable for years to come!
December 16, 2009
I love this product! It is sturdy and colorful. My second grade Sunday School children will love posing with this scene. It needs to be lifted a little (or placed on a table) for someone to pose as the shepherd. Overall, I am very pleased with my purchase.
December 8, 2009