Pop-Up Advent Wreath Sticker Scenes
Took some out of the box thinking to assemble.
For starters the pieces of this project are well made and the colors are bright on the wreath and the candles. There were no directions with the project so after some careful contemplation we figured out how to assemble the advent wreath. However, we had to bend and tape the candles to keep the up right, in retrospect we could have also attached them to a popsicle stick on one side to keep the up too. The project is still cute, may just need some fine tuning on OTC's end.
December 3, 2012
Don't waste your time or money.
Don't buy.Pieces don't fit together. Candles don't stay upright.
December 23, 2011
I agree with the rest of the reviews. Very disappointed that there were no directions. It looks easy enough - maybe you don't need any.... Well, the extra piece that helps make the pop-up/attach the candles, does not line up with anything. You'd think they would have check that out prior to mass producing it. (and without instructions how was I to know if I was even close to getting it right.) I ended up tossing out that piece, and scoring the bottom of the candles to place in the holes. (Dear Oriental - check to make sure your "craft" projects can be completed correctly before selling them.)
December 7, 2011
Could be great
I bought these for my second grade church class. These could be great little wreaths if they had directions and if the base lined up w/ the candle slots so that you could attach the candles. Extremely disappointed, it seems much of the quality w/ products through Oriental trading is going down hill. Will no longer keep less than satisfactory products ordered through this site, too much wasted money!!!
November 30, 2011
We purchased dozens of these for our religion classes to assemble and take home. There were no directions and even though it looked simple to assemble, the wreath did not go together as you would expect. The tabs on the base did not align with the 4 slots on the wreath (if they were supposed to in the first place) The candles had nothing to anchor them and, if you just pushed them through the slots, they did not stand up straight. We ended up throwing the bases away, pushing the candles through the slots, folding them under, and taping to the underside of the wreath. The candles still did not sit upright very well, but it was better than nothing. The wreath was a good idea, but the assembly was awful.
November 29, 2011
I was looking for a quick project for third graders. How does this go together???? Worthless waste of money!! No instructions, parts do not fit correctly.
November 28, 2011
I bought this for my Sunday school class of 4th graders - none of us could figure out how to put it together, as it came with no instructions. The green "ring" used to adhere to the candles looked like it was supposed to go through cut-out slits on the wreath where the candles fit, but it didn't fit right at all. Could have been cute if we could have figured out how the project went together. Even after looking at the picture online, it didn't work the way I would have thought. Include instructions please!
November 23, 2011