Smile Face Heart-Shaped Stress Balls
I have ordered the smiley face yellow squeeze balls and so I expected to like these. They will be a cute alternative to candy for Valentine's day in the office.
January 27, 2011
Bought for nurses day...what nurse is stressed? Enjoyed by all.
June 9, 2014
Exactly what I expected.
I used these in goody bags for Bible class students. They were just the right size. Definitely buying again next year.
February 27, 2014
Pretty good, some imperfections
I wanted to give a class of first graders a stress heart ball after a lecture on the heart. I was a bit disappointed that a few of the hearts in each bag I bought had imperfections...black dye splotch or a little tear along the foam seam...some were very firm, some really squishy. Luckily, the first graders didn't seem to notice!
February 21, 2014
Gave these to the boys in my Daughters class for Valentine's Day, they loved them!! A few had extra black lines on the face but nothing totally terrible and the boys didnt care they drew hair on them anyhow!! Best gift!
February 17, 2014
Squeeze Hearts were a hit!
This was a great little gift for valentine day to our associates. Everyone loved them!
February 14, 2014
I bought these to give away at work. we are a home health agency. They are very well received and our clients love them/
February 13, 2014
Ink splattered on stress balls.
The size of these stress balls is wonderful but some of mine had the ink splattered all over them which was disappointing.
February 11, 2014
GREAT gift for DC4K
I teach a class for divorced children and the program is Divorce Care for Kids, DC4K. The character that the program is based on is Herby, and we use Herby's feelings as a thread throughout the program. This heart looks just like Herby when he is happy, so it is great to handout at the last session as a reminder to the kids of the lessons taught.
It is currently out of stock, I hope it comes back in stock.
November 26, 2013
nice and different for Valentine's Day
I bought these for goody bags for the children in first and fourth grade classes. They are fun, seem sturdy, and are a bit different from the usual. My 2 boys like them and do not see them as too "frilly."
January 29, 2013