Tissue Paper Cross Craft Kit
No Glue Required
We had a lot of young children come to our Easterfest at Church, and this craft was perfect. The crosses were very sticky, and no extra glue was required. For three and four year olds, it is great to also get some pom poms for them to stick to the crosses. The gliter pom poms work really well, and the kids loved their shiny crosses.
April 27, 2010
First Grade PSR students had fun
First grade PSR students had fun creating these cute crosses. One parent thought it was great.
April 12, 2012
quality no so good
It's just thin carbon cross shape papers with sticky glue on both sides. several small bag of tissues that looks kind of cheap. I was expecting a foam double sticky cross pad. And bright color tissues.
January 28, 2011
Nice for 2 yr olds
I like the fact that the cross surface is sticky and the little hands can just put the scrunched up tissue on the surface. We made these last year and they turned out so nice. Both the parents AND the children really liked these.
March 11, 2010
I used this for preschoolers at VBS. Instead of using a pencil to push onto the sticky cross, we pre-rolled the tissue into balls. This made it easy for the little ones to press them onto the cross, as we had limited time. The cross itself was very sticky and none of the tissue balls fell off.
June 30, 2009
Our crosses were very sticky, not only did we do a project with tissue paper we also stuck the glow in the dark beads on. That was fun! Kids really enjoyed that one.
April 15, 2009
Make sure to have glue handy if you order this craft. The "adhesive" cross isn't even a little sticky! It still works as a cute craft for kids to do. However, using glue defeats the purpose of the kit.
March 19, 2009