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Instantly Arty with Djeco Stencils

on July 23, 2015

10383794_704143089689885_2234159907151625749_oSometimes we get a crafty toy in that produces such a professional result that it doesn’t feel like a ‘toy’ any more. These are Djeco’s stencils, we got them in as a pocket money line, just a nice we activity for children to do on a rainy day. However, when we opened up a couple of packs and tried them for ourselves we realised just how polished our work looked.

Each pack contains two sheets, each with a reusable adhesive coating on one side. The stencil sheets themselves are approximately 108mm (4 1/2″) wide and 85mm (3 5/16″) tall. They are slightly fragile but the plastic they are made from is certainly far more robust and versatile than paper or cardboard would be. Even so, we don’t recommend them for children under 6 years old.

Honestly, they feel like you could use them for home decorating, customising/’up-cycling’ old furniture, or you could even combine them with snazaroo face-paints to create an amazing temporary tattoo. There’s just so much you could do with these little cards.

There are a few different kinds so we’ll try and make sure you can see them all in this post. They’re all themed and they also make economical use of the space on the card. Here’s what we stock:

djeco pocket money plastic reusable adhesive stencils birds 2 djeco pocket money plastic reusable adhesive stencils dragons and oriental imagery2 djeco pocket money plastic reusable adhesive stencils flowers and hearts djeco pocket money plastic reusable adhesive stencils flowers and plants2 djeco pocket money plastic reusable adhesive stencils lions and tigers and bears oh my djeco pocket money plastic reusable adhesive stencils owl wolf

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