Die Cut Caroler Yard Stakes
Not humming along
I expected more. I thought they would be heavy like the nativity set. They connect in two pieces making them heavy and wobbly because they have no support. Yes they do have the brace but it does nothing for the top. The lady caroler actually bent. They don't seem to stand out where I have them up against a green hedge (in the catalog black against white snow seems to show them off better).. I really feel they are over priced for what you get. I may try mounting them on a gate.
December 18, 2013
Worst purchase ever
1 of the 3 carolers was broken when I took it out of the box. Had lots of marks on them. Very poorley made and the wind will probably blow them over. Looks very STUPID outside w/ 2 carolers. Waste of hard earned money!!!!! Handicapped so cannot get to Post Office to return them and probably high shipping cost!!! Very disappointed in something I couldn't wait to get!!! Better luck next year I hope!!!!
December 9, 2013
I love them!
I have looked carolers for several years-these are die cast metal ones and I like them. For the price, they are wonderful. I am using them outside my ginger bread house.
December 3, 2013
On the lady had a couple of missing welds and didn't stay in the ground without leaning.
The guys were fine. I wish they would have been so that you could face them to each other without seeing the "back" for a different grouping effect.
November 24, 2013
Size and color were perfect fit for the decor style we use for the holidays.
October 11, 2013
Thin and bend very easily...
We put these in our front yard w/ a light on them to show them on our garage door. It's windy in our area, granted, but putting them in the ground you have to press from the BOTTOM, else they'll bend very easily. We also have to stake them (they have a stand in the back that is put on the wrong location) so they don't bend over. Otherwise, they are very attractive and I'm glad I purchased them.
December 13, 2012