Snowman Clip Bookmark Craft Kit
Great value for this craft!!! Pieces are all self-adhesive, so no glue needed. Great craft for little ones!
January 11, 2011
This was for a class of seniors that i teach. They all enjoyed making this project and did so with no difficulity.
January 5, 2012
Easy and Cute
My kindergarten class created these with the help of just one parent and it was pretty simple. My only concern is how well they will hold up as a bookmark. Being self-stick allowed us to create them fairly quickly and I liked that they aren't all the same so we don't get them mixed up!
January 15, 2011
Great Student Gift
Bought for my son's classmates. Since he is in Kindergarten and they are starting to read, I thought the children would enjoy making over the winter break. They would also be able to use it while reading their books.
December 26, 2010
The small snowflakes were impossible to pull off the backing without ripping; the ends are too fine. Replaced snowflake on tossle cap with small pompom. Attaching to the plastic clip needs something more than liquid school glue, eventually we used a more tacky E6000 which seemed to work okay.
December 23, 2010
Used at elementary school craft fair. Was simple but cute craft.
December 13, 2010
Not too Exciting
The children were really frustrated with these. The snowflakes would not come off the backing without ripping and the snowman heads kept falling off the bookmark. I ended up hot gluing them. I did more of the craft than the kids.
December 11, 2010
These are cute and easy to assemble. I didn't realize that 3 different designs were included. The black hat one is the easiest to assemble, but they are all adorable and quite large when finished. The other two have very tiny snowflakes to punch out, and I ripped two of them, while practicing to put them together. That part will be very difficult for kids to do by themselves. I also just used the adhesive backing on the pieces to assemble. I didn't use any glue at all. I think they will hold together just fine. A quick project for a classroom of kids, and one that is really only winter themed, so they can use them all season!
November 26, 2010