Tissue Paper Palm Leaf Craft Kit
This product was so fun! Easy to do and the finished product looks great. Our children church ages range from 4 to 11 and everybody simply loved this craft and wanted to make more than one.
April 15, 2011
I threw this away after attempting to make one myself as a demonstration piece for the class. If was too difficult for me then there is no way my 1st and 2nd graders could have done this. The tissue squares were all stuck together and smelled of mildew. I used a brush to paint the glue onto the acetate (which was warped so it didn't lay flat) and then placed the tissue papers squares on the acetate. It then took over 12 hours to dry before I could glue the foam leaf "frame" onto the acetate. This project will take a significant amount of time and is not appropriate for a Sunday School class unless you plan to do it over a few weeks. It would have looked nice once it was done if the acetate hadn't been so warped. The smell never went away.
June 2, 2013
This craft came with the worst instructions ever!
I wish I never bought these for our kids at church. The instructions were awful. It's much too difficult for our younger kids too.
April 14, 2011
Finished product is beautiful
These seemed a little cheap when they came BUT they are super pretty, kind of look like stained glass. Very easy to do. We did this at our school carnival and kids did not want to do this one and not sure why, I loved it and so did my 7 year old!
October 31, 2010
very pleased with this product
I teach homeschool students ART in my home and they all love this project. We study colored stain glass.
April 24, 2010
High quality Sunday school craft
I bought this for Sunday School craft for Palm Sunday for our Pre-school/K kids. The 'sample' I made at home seemed pretty challenging for little kids, but it was not difficult at all! Kids loved this oversized Palm leaf craft.. the glaze didn't take long at all to dry.. Loved this craft! for SURE i will use this again next year!
April 3, 2010
PALM LEAF CRAFT KIT
We loved this product. Had the 9th graders put it together for our young children to use in the Palm Sunday procession. Many parishioners commented on how cute they were. They were fun to put together. When I first looked at them when I opened the package I thought they might be difficult to make but they weren't.
I may order them again next year unless you come up with something new.
April 9, 2009
My 3 and 4 1/2 year old children enjoyed this craft. My 3 year old required a good deal of assistance while my older child required minimal assistance with the tissue paper. I used hot glue to glue the foam as they watched. The finished product has withstood them playing with it rather aggresively.
March 10, 2009