"This is another thing that there is "some assembly required" and what they mean by that is all the hats come unfolded in plastic with the strings on a piece of cardboard. I know I'm not the brightest bulb in the box but it took my father-in-law, my mom, my sister and myself to figure out how to get these things together. Then after almost 30 minutes we only had about 6 of them put together. When we tried it on my (very small) 2 year old the string was so tight we had to take it right back off. Kids don't really like birthday hats anyway so next time I will just skip them."
"When they say assembly is required on this thing they really aren't joking. All the pieces come on 2 seperate sheets and you have to punch out each piece and fold the tabs, insert here, fold together here, so on and so forth. It was a huge pain in the butt and as soon as we moved it off the table when the party was over it came completely apart. It's cute but not really worth it if you ask me."
"With these you get what you pay for. You aren't paying Crayola prices so you aren't getting as good of crayons. HOWEVER they are better than some of the other cheaply made crayons out there and the kids like them."