12 Happy Holidays Fuse Bead Boards
These are the best for the price and you can order more than one set . I like to do that to make an assembly line of more than one character.
December 30, 2009
Fun holiday shapes
The kids were very excited to make some fun holiday shapes. I would recommend using the brand named beads as they work better and are more consistent sizes.
December 23, 2012
Didn't work well
I bought these for my cub scouts, but after trying them at home I decided against using them. They are not as easy to work with as the ones I got at a craft store. The points are very shallow and don't hold the beads in place very well. They kept falling off before I could complete the design. I finally did it, but I think young boys would have been frustrated.
December 11, 2011
it would make good crafts for your tree and other people would like to do that to put up in there house
January 28, 2011
my kids love making those and it was easy for my handicap brother who needs help. Before this they where looking at books and using just a square
November 1, 2010
Boards only - no beads!
I should have read the description more thoroughly, but these bead boards do not come with the beads, so you have to buy them separately or steal them from another set in the house. We were a little disappointed when they arrived because we didn't have time to go out somewhere and find the beads before Christmas. Overall, they are fine - with beads!
December 26, 2009
I felt that the pegs were a little shorter and farther apart than my other boards. My young children got frustrated because they kept knocking the pegs off (because of the short pegs). Also you have to iron longer and melt the beads more to get them to stick to each other (because of the pegs being farther apart).
December 22, 2009
This is a great addition to your fuse beads.
December 19, 2009