Tissue Paper Advent Wreath Craft Kit
I have used these for Catechism class for several years and love them. I would just recommend leaving the circles on the cardboard wreath intact to prevent the candles from falling through when the children carry them from class.
November 18, 2013
will not purchase again
The craft idea is very cute but the quality was not.Some of the whreath which where adhesive did not stick at all.The product came with extra pieces but not enough to supply what was missing.each whreath suposse to have 12 holyberries.some of the kits didnt have any at all others where missing and only two extra berries.
October 6, 2013
Nice Christmas craft
I do this craft every year with my 3rd grade Sunday School class. It takes a couple of class periods, and I usually assemble the candles before class so that we don't have to mess with those. I use tacky glue for the candles and have some glue dots on hand to make sure that the candles stick to the base. Other than that, we don't use any glue, so there is practically no mess! The kids love them!
December 26, 2012
good for 5th graders in sunday school
I was amazed with how impressed my 5th graders were with this. I did similar projects as a child growing up - but with glue. The sticky cardboard wearth makes it so much less messy than the old school. Of course my son did throw it away when we got home saying we have a "real" wreath we didn't need a tissue paper wreath. But it was a good craft project for 5th graders, which is always a strugggle.
December 5, 2012
I'm the Director of Religion for our two church parishes. I have been looking for a project that was age appropriate for elementary student to teach the meaning of Avent. When I saw the complete kit to make advent wreaths on your web site I knew I had to purchase this for our kids. The time for the lesson and to assemble the wreath was 1 hour.
Ulysses Carbo, Religion Diirector
Ascenion of Our Lord and St. Francis of Assisi Churches
December 3, 2012