Snowman Candy Cane Cover Craft Kit
Quality was poor
Incomplete kits, ok if you have excess materials.
December 5, 2011
Snowman Candy Cane Cover
I thought the finished product was cute for the price, even though a couple had some of my skin permantely attached from the use of the hot glue gun. I gave these out as co-worker friendship gifts for christmas. Everyone thought they were cute. I have to say they were kind of time consuming in getting them done though.
December 17, 2010
I was very displeased withe these. the pieces are easly lost, and i thought this would be a good craft for a 10 and 6 year old, i ended up having to making them all myslef. each kit its pkged individuallly, and many of them were missing at least one component.
November 27, 2010
Not an easy fun project
Not good for young children at all. Age 8 is not realistic. Instructions are poor. If you do buy these thread the candy cane first then build the snowman. You must use hot glue so plan as a one on one activity. Forget the seed beads (if you even get all of them in a given kit) and use a marker for the eyes and the decoration on the holly. Kids do like them when they are done but this is not a kit for kids to build! I bought 3 sets to work with 28 students K-6 and all ages had real problems trying to makes these. At least we had candy canes to eat in the end.
November 22, 2010
came out just like picture. May be a little tough for young kids to make as there are quite a few small pieces. Since I had to make over 100 of them, I made some adjustments to save time: I ditched the beads for the eyes and instead used a permanent fine tip marker. I also left off the green holly and red beads on the black hat. I assembled them on a chopstick, using a glue gun. Chopstick also helped to open some of them up that were stuck together.
December 14, 2009