12 Plastic Design Droppers
Versatile and good value
I do a lot of "science projects" with kids. These are great. They are easy for the kids to use, and they are inexpensive. I've tried looking a drug stores and at arts and crafts stores and I can't find a big bag of these droppers. They do have "seams" on them, but none of them have leaked so far. They can be used over and over. This is a find for sure!
December 11, 2011
Good Buy with Many Uses
I originally bought my first batch of these when I began adding fragrance to bath salts for gifts. At the price, they were great and I could use (and label) one for each oil so there was no cross-contamination. While this is still the primary purpose I buy them for, I also always keep a few handy for my watercolors, some for my alcohol inks, and a few in my scrapbooking case. I've bought at least three orders, and will be buying more. There have been almost no failures, and only one leaky seam out of all of them. I do sometimes get a crooked tube, but I just make sure to use it for a purpose that doesn't require quite as much accuracy. Overall, I'm very pleased and plan to keep using them as a regular tool in my crafting.
August 21, 2011
We used these with watercolors to "drip" paint onto coffee filters to make wings for butterflies. HOWEVER, I was glad I tested the droppers before the children used them. Some of the droppers did not have a large enough "hole" for dripping paint so I used scissors to snip the ends to make the hole larger.
June 15, 2011
Great Idea- a bit difficult for little fingers
I purchased this item to do water transfer activities with my children. The idea is great that Oriental Trading offers however the plastic droppers were quite difficult for little fingers to manipulate. Plus several of the droppers weren't straight when they would squirt. Overall not a bad product for the price but could use some improvement.
December 2, 2010
One time use only
Great for the price but the quality isn't the best. Some of the droppers only got one use out of them before the seams split. Served their purpose but was disappointed I couldn't reuse them.
February 9, 2009
Gave us a new technique
A more accurate way to add color to wet paper than the spatter method. Fun for my students.
February 7, 2009