The Djeco Mosaic Butterflies kit is the perfect, no mess creative fun for your child. This delightful set consists of 2 pre-printed templates that fit neatly together to create a 28cm x 21cm butterfly. Let your children's imagination soar with these colourful self adhesive foam pieces which create a beautiful project to hang up proudly on their bedroom wall or to gift to proud grandparents prompting memories as they grow older and inspire creativity for generations to come!
Order yours today to have on standby for your next rainy day at home. You won't regret it when you see how much joy it brings your child (or yourself)!
Djeco is a family-owned company in France that creates educational and fun games for children. Djeco's toys are loved across the world by parents, teachers, grandparents and kids. Veronique Michel-Dalès created Djeco in 1954 when women seldom got to start their own business. Today her son has taken over, adding a distinct creative design and an ever expanding range. Djeco continues to create wonderful products for children of all ages.
FAQS1. What age group is this kit suitable for?
Djeco recommend this kit for children aged approximately 4-8 years, however, you know your child best!2. Is this suitable for gifting?
Absolutely! Djeco craft kits make great gifts, especially for very artistic children or when faced with buying a gift for a child you perhaps don't know very well- afterall, art and craft activities are so well loved by children. 4. Will the kit make lots of mess?
Perhaps our favourite thing about Djeco craft kits is that they are relatively mess free. Forget about felt tips, glitter spills and sticky glue-these kits let your child enjoy creative and imaginative arts and crafts without the need for massive mess. This also makes them perfect to have in boredom busting kits for new big brothers and sisters- a quiet activity to keep them busy while mum or dad tends to the baby.5. Will my child be able to use this kit independently?
This really depends on the ability of the child, every child is different! For most children, you may want to initially show them how it's done and let them work away if they are confident. Instructions, including step by step pictures, are included to help, but, remember, when it comes to art, there is no right or wrong way!