Twisteezwire Testimonials 

Reviews by art educators and parents

Scroll down to read reviews and listen to video testimonials by enthusiastic art teachers who use Twisteezwire in their classrooms. Hear how teachers discuss art projects and how students enjoy using colorful Twisteezwire craft wire for creative art lessons.

NAEA Convention New York City, 2017
K5 Art teacher testimonial for Twisteezwire

NAEA Convention New York City, 2017
Teacher inspired to create wire tree sculpture

Teacher testimonial for Twisteezwire
NAEA Convention New York City, 2017

Maureen Caouette testimonial for TwisteezWire
NAEA Convention Seattle, 2011

NAEA Convention Seattle, 2011
Teachers’ testimonials for TwisteezWire

I love the versatility of Twisteezwire!
I first used Twisteezwire as a Summer Art Camp teacher. Introducing 3D sculpture is a great way to explore these colorful, fun, flexible wires. I have also used them for decorating what I call Hubcap Mandalas, which is a way to recycle and share the joy of transforming found art objects (hubcaps) into something useful (meditative art). They work much better than pipe cleaners because they last forever and have a more professional look. Finally, I will be using Twisteezwire to add the mane and tail to a Race Horse sculpture made from steel railroad track pieces… for the perfect finish!

Nana from Greenville, NC

I love Twisteezwire!
I am using this product to teach kids about their brains. Every kid gets to make a brain out of Twisteez. The kindergarteners can work at their level and the 6th graders can work at their level. With Twisteezwire the possibilities are endless! And the colors are beautiful and even the most rudimentary sculptures look good.

Ms. Beth, Resilience Teacher from Kansas City, Missouri

My kids had so much fun that I asked about the product and checked them out to order some for our home. They are called Twisteez Wires. We’ve made scorpions and mosquitoes and wasps and their creature wish list just keeps growing as they wait for the wires I ordered to arrive. see Jasey’s blog

Jasey from Wyoming

I have a small supply of old telephone wire, scavenged decades ago, that I use in small wire sculptures and for attaching things to each other in attractive ways. Never found anything similar before. This stuff is thicker than the telephone wire, but still not thick, and comes in many colors. I sent some to a friend, and her young grandsons love it too. It’s very easy to use and cut and doesn’t break.

Woodwoman from Rockville, MD

Not Just for Kids
This is a very fine-guage plastic-coated copper wire. It is incredibly flexible, yet will hold any shape. The colors are bright and fun. This is not the thing for a depressing sculpture!

Melissa from KY