Snowflake Pen & Bookmark Sets
Book Club Favorite
My book club members loved these as a token gift.
December 14, 2011
Added these pens to our "Winter Blues Busting Box" for teachers & school counselors. Nice little addition that they can use or re-gift to their middle school students.
January 6, 2011
I purchased these pens to give to teachers at my daughter's school. When they arrived they were very tarnished and could not be given as gifts. Oriental Trading did issue a credit to my account.
September 28, 2012
Purchased these for our school holiday shop. Very disappointed. The metal was tarnished and one of the thin snowflakes had already broken off. Returned them for a refund.
June 8, 2012
bought these for office token gifts. Gave great impression with the theme, the bookmark allowed me to personalize the gift. I've used the pen for 3 weeks now and notice the point of the pen is starting to want to push in but still can be twisted to come back out. Hope it doesn't get worse as it is a refillable pen and very nice to write with.
December 28, 2010
Purchased these to give as gifts in gift bags at a Christmas party. Think they will make great gifts!!!
December 17, 2010
Great product for the price
I purchased these for a Christmas Party for pulmonary rehab patients. The saying on the card is exactly what we tell our patients. Each person in unique in their own way. Would recommend these for any party.
October 26, 2010
Get some glue
They write beautifully. BUT, the biggest issue I had is that they are very cheap. I bought them for my coworkers and as soon as we all started writing w/ them the snowflakes fell off or they started to fall apart.
I wouldn't really recomend them.
December 22, 2009
Gift of Appreciation
I bought these to give to co-workers and friends, as a token of appeciation. I like that the pen is securely attached to the bookmark, and that there is a place on the back to write a message. Attractive, convenient, handy little gift.
February 11, 2009
Very cute and original, but the snowflake breaks off the pen easily and students need to be told that the cardboard is a bookmark
December 31, 2008