Paper Plate Scarecrow Craft Kit
Cute and easy
I purchased these to use for children in children church ages 6 thru 10. They were very easy to put together and the finished product looked great. I used glue dots instead of regular glue.
November 6, 2012
I'm so glad I bought this
Super cute and very easy at $0.66 per child. I read a comment about this being complex. I bought the 600 pack of glue dots and this couldn't be easier. Perfect for 2nd graders and super cute. I cut the hair pieces in half and they are more manageable per another review I read. Do not use the hot glue cut like suggested, you don't need it. Get the glue dots on this web site. Took me 3-5 minutes to make the class sample.
October 10, 2011
Fun Class Project
We did this as a kindergarten craft. We used a lot of glue and also ended up stapling some of the hats in place. The glue does work - it just takes a lot of it and it has to sit and dry for awhile. It is probably something for kids that are a little older as it required a lot of adult supervision/help. They are very cute, though, and convenient as everything is precut and ready to put together.
November 8, 2009
My 5yr love it, although it was a bit hard for her and her classmates, but at the end having the satisfaction of the kid¿¿¿s achievement their art work they just simply love it!
November 29, 2012
the plates were yellow and not tan. Looks like a duck.
November 2, 2012
Must Have for Kids Project
I ordered several craft kits at once and this ended up being the cutest one and surprised me with the quality. The face already drawn on the plate is adorable and the felt hair is really nice. I agree with some other reviewers that the hair can be cut in half to make it more manageable to put in place. Glue dots definitely help as well as staples for older kids for the hair. These turn out cute and are something I would display year after year for the fall season. A wonderful craft, at little cost and high quality! This is a good one so if you're on the fence about it jump off and order it. You'll love it.
October 24, 2012
Glue dots are a must when doing this project even though the instructions say to use glue. You may need to staple the hat to the paper plate for additional support. Loved the finished project.
October 13, 2012
The felt piecies of hair should be cut them glued for better results, not folded. Cute craft though!!
September 18, 2012
We got this for a kindergarten class. The children really enjoyed putting it together. We worked in small groups, had the children choose where they wanted to place each piece then, the adult in charge hot glued the felt and foam pieces in place. The project still came out as the child dictated and created. really cute and brightened up the room for Fall!
October 8, 2011
could be better
This was a cute craft, except the felt "straw" strips for the hair were so heavy that glue wouldn't hold them in place. Even after several hours of drying time. This craft would be so much better if the pieces had adhesive strips on the backside of each piece.
September 30, 2011