"Pin the Tail on the Bunny" Game
Cute as a button!
This pin the tail was absolutely adorable, the kids loved it and the party was fun. This game gave 12 tails to pin on and it was fun.
April 26, 2011
I purchased this for a daycare Easter game. The kids love this game, but I used my own blindfold as the one with does not cut it. The bunny picture and tails are pretty thin but we did have alot of fun and not one bunny tail was torn. I'd recommend buying 2 (for the price is really reasonable) that way you have extra bunny tails to work with.
May 10, 2014
Purchased this game to entertain the children at my daughters birthday/easter themed party. The game comes on a very thin sheet of paper, so I actually ended up putting the bunny on a piece of foamboard and cutting it out to make it more sturdy. The eye mask is too flimsy, I thew that away. Just know you will more than likely have to "doctor it up" a bit. But for $4, you really cant beat the price. The kids loved it.
March 12, 2014
Flimsy but the kids still liked it
Poor quality, we had to use tape to get the tails to stick. Would be a better product if it was felt with velcro bunny tails.
April 18, 2011
This was made from very thin, cheap paper! We could not even get it posted w/o tearing the paper - also the tails were a joke since nothing to "pin" to bunny - very cheapy, poor product! Also wanted to use it for more participants and was not stated that it was limited to specific number of kids. Very poor quality!! Biggest disappointment, should get our money back.
April 4, 2010
As inexpensive as this was, it was great!! I just used clear contact paper to make it hold up better and just cut it out.
April 3, 2010
After opening the product, I was very dissappointed on the quality of the product. It was very thin paper and was a pain to cut, even tho it was perferated I still had to cut. It tears easily. I had to cut the Bunny in 4 pieces then laminate it. This was the only way I would hold up for 40 kiddies to play the game.
March 31, 2010
I read the reviews before purchasing this product so I knew what to expect (i.e; flimsy paper, scissors should be used to cut it and not punching it out). I received this in the mail this morning. I cut the tails out and glued it onto cardstock paper which I'm going to have laminated. Going to do the same with the bunny but instead of gluing it on cardstock (as it's not big enough) I'm going to glue it on poster board & get it laminated. It's a lot of work but well worth it!!
March 24, 2010