You can decorate these swords however you want - they make the perfect blank canvas. They come in three different colors so there's something for everyone, and they're made from thick cardboard which makes them sturdy enough to last through all those pretend sword fights your kids will inevitably have with their friends (and siblings). And when they're done playing, just fold them flat again until next time!
Simply stick the mosaic tiles and gems onto the sword.
Made from high quality materials
The cardboard is thick enough to be sturdy but not too heavy for a small child to hold.
Bright, colourful design
A fun activity for a play date or party and great for inspiring lots of imaginative games after craft time.
This set of 3 cardboard sabers are all ready to be decorated with the self-adhesive mosaic tiles and gems. A perfect activity for a play date or party and great for inspiring lots of imaginative games after craft time.
Djeco is a family company founded by Véronique Michel-Dalès in 1954. The name, Djeco, is a reference to the gecko, the lucky lizard. In 1989 Frédéric Michel-Dalès took over his mother's business and eventually became its CEO. Today he has grown it into an international toy empire with many different products that have been created by both himself and other designers from around the world. For more than 50 years Djeco creations have been awarded four Oscars for toys in the 1960s.
Are they safe?
Yes, the cardboard is thick enough to be sturdy but not too heavy for a child to hold. You can also use a pair of strong scissors or a strong knife to cut the cardboard if you need to.
What does the kit include?
The 3 swords and all the mosaic tiles and gems you need to decorate them.
What are these cardboard swords for?
These cardboard swords make the perfect blank canvas.
Can these swords be used as a prop for a movie?
These cardboard sabers are not costume props or designed to be sturdy enough to withstand any type of demanding activity.
How long does it take to complete?
It takes less than an hour to complete the sword decorating activity.