Looking for a unique stocking stuffer or holiday gift that anyone can enjoy? Well, look no further because I may have found your next holiday party gift, stocking stuffer, or gift for your own kiddos at home with the Holiday Specs 3D Glasses made by American Paper Optics, glasses that turn holiday lights into 3D snowflakes, reindeer, candy canes, elves or gingerbread men!
The Holiday Specs 3D Glasses are made by American Paper Optics, a manufacturer of paper 3D eyewear. These glasses come in both plastic and paper versions and have patented holographic lenses that feature more than 10-holiday images. According to the instructions, if you wear the glasses while looking at any bright, single point of light then you’re automatically transported to the North Pole!
With these awesome glasses, you can turn holiday lights into awesome 3D images of snowflakes, reindeer, candy canes, elves or gingerbread men! What’s really neat is that these glasses are domestically made by Holiday Specs 3D Glasses are made by American Paper Optics, a manufacturer of paper 3D eyewear. These glasses come in both plastic and paper versions and have patented holographic lenses that feature more than 10-holiday images.
The glasses come in both plastic and paper versions, and both feature patented holographic lens inlays that give the wearer more than 10-holiday images, and according to the instructions, if you wear the glasses while looking at any bright, single point of light, you’re automatically transported to the North Pole, making these glasses great for looking at holiday lights at home, town Christmas parades, light shows, and for family trips to view your neighborhood holiday lights.
Everyone in my family was excited to try each pair of glasses to see their different holiday images. When we first received our glasses we were able to plug in a string of colored lights (that we received with our review glasses), put on a pair of specs, and sat back to watch the magic happen!
Personally, I loved that the glasses themselves are easy to wear and comfortable on the face, both the plastic and paper versions respectfully. I also liked that the glasses are decorated with graphics to indicate the type of image that will be displayed. It was exciting to see the holographic images on each bulb and experiment with the various pairs of glasses helping to bring our Christmas lights to life!
We took our glasses along with us last evening for our first of two family Advent Calander Family Holiday Light Viewings and we had a ball using them! As you can see above, they are awesome at home and on the go and are a great and inexpensive way to bring life and holiday joy to office holiday parties, share with your child’s school, to donate to elder care facilities, or to give to friends and family too!
You can find Holiday Specs in packages of 25 or more, starting at $1.50 each, with Holiday Magic 3D Viewers sold both individually or in a 5-pack, starting at $4 each on HolidaySpecs.com. I encourage you all to check out these awesome glasses from Holiday Specs, and to keep updated this season on new styles and sales, connect with Holiday Specs on Facebook and Twitter and bring holiday lights to life this year!
So now friends, I’ve got to ask, what are your favorite types of Holiday Specs, as mentioned above, and what pattern would you most want to try out for yourself or your family? I’d love to hear about it below!