Tissue Paper Candy Cane Craft Kit
We have done a lot of this type of craft and this is the most well made one so far. There is plenty of tissue paper and each section peels off individually which makes it much easier. It also looks really cute when it is complete.
December 1, 2009
will not purchase again
the product quality is really bad.it does not matter how carefull you try to peel of the paper off the adhesive,the adhesive comes of too.the stencil itself could be harder cardboard,they where all bendit when they arrived.some of them we had to throw away.
October 6, 2013
not the best purchase
after a few days the tissue paper easily came off the ornament. It takes a while to put ornament together and would definatly need a pencil to stick the tissue paper on. You will for sure need extra sheets of tissue since they barely provide enough. I ordered these for a 1st grade class party and I am thanful I tested these before I took them. They were so bad that I didn't even use them so know I have 35 un-made ornaments.
December 28, 2011
Great for a quick school craft
I bought these crafts for both my preschooler and first-grader's classes. The teachers and parents were all impressed that the kits included everything that the kids needed for this craft individually wrapped. The teachers also loved the fact that we didn't need to use glue and that the crafts could go home immediately without any drying time.
My only complaint is that the cardboard cane was thin and in some areas you could almost pull extra layers off when you pulled the paper off that covered the sticky parts.
I also think this craft was more suited for the 1st graders that the preschoolers. The preschoolers needed help peeling the paper backing off the sticky part...
All in all, I feel like the price was right on this craft and there was more than enough tissue to do this craft.
December 25, 2009
loved as a kid
I loved doing these tissue paper products as a kid so bought them for mine and we enjoyed it. Need to use the eraser end of a pencil to make the shape and then glue. Kids need to be 1st grade or older and patient.
November 2, 2009