This is a great deal for all these spider shapes. Can't wait to add some "googly" eyes on them and use them for all kinds of Halloween decorations.
September 7, 2011
Fun and inexpensive craft
For the price these are a good deal at pennies each. The quality was nice. I had my Girl Scout Troop decorate them with colored glitter glue that I already had plenty of on hand. They had a lot of fun and ended up making each one different, adding such things as scars and mustaches to their spider faces. They then put safety pins through them and gave them away as Girl Scout swaps.
August 8, 2014
The children loved the game, but we found after using it a small amt of time, the balls didnt want to stick anymore. Anyone have any ideas for this?
I wish we could purchase more balls for the game. Has anyone tried sticky darts?
June 18, 2012
I paid $2.99 for mine and they are a great value. I plan to glue wiggly eyes on them for next year. I plan on inlisting the help of kids since they tend to love gluing and can hold those tiny wiggle eyes...The spiders are a good size, not to small.
November 7, 2011
Great value, very versatile!
These spiders are bigger than I expected (I knew it said 2.5" but sometimes that's the very farthest points of something--these spiders are roughly 2" tall and 2.5" wide with the legs) and came neatly cut out, not straggly and torn-looking like cheap felt items can sometimes be. A few of the spiders who were crumpled up in the corner seem to have permanently bent legs, but that just makes them creepier.
We've found that if you have the patience/forethought, a couple of large dots of glitter glue dry into really shiny glittery eyes.
October 23, 2011