Prayer Box Craft Kit
The kids loved them and the parents loved them even more! The parents wanted one for themselves.
August 1, 2009
Is Not Self adhesive as stated in catalog
Disappointed that that description did not match product.
May 20, 2012
I bought this for a women's & children's project we did during a mission trip. Everyone loved it! The only problem we had was because we tried using glue sticks to attach the foam pieces and it really didn't work well. Make sure to get some craft glue if you try this kit. Overall it was great fun.
February 6, 2012
Good, but some problems
This product is a great idea, but I had a few problems. Some of the boxes came a bit crushed and the paper they were made of was dirty or mildewy in many of them. Also, at least half of the clouds were not imprinted properly. I had to go over them with a pen to complete the verse, or flip them over because the verse was double-printed. There also weren't enough extra pieces. Only blue & black square were provided. I used double-sided tape with my kids to do the project, which worked wonderfully and we didn't have the mess or wait of glue! I also added a small pencil and squares of paper for inside the box.
July 29, 2011
We wished the entire project had been self sticking, but we made do with a little glue!
July 10, 2011
Mother's Day Gift
This project was purchased to use as a Mother's Day Gift from the Sunday School children to their moms. As a group we won't be assembling all of them for two more weeks but I did mine/sample and it is soooo cute! Everything comes with it and it is ready to go!! So excited! Easy to assemble!
April 19, 2011
We had a great time making our prayer boxes. I would recommend only one row of squares along the bottom of the box and the other row along the side of the lid. It created quite a mess when there wasn't enough room for both rows on the bottom as soon in the diagram.
April 4, 2011
Prayer Box Craft Kit
I am going to make these to give for Easter so I will be making them. It is great to find items that will please 5 and 6 grade boys.
January 3, 2011