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Dinosaurs Laser-Cut Plastic Stencils (Dover Stencils)

Bring prehistoric pizzazz to a host of art and crafts projects with these clear blue plastic stencils. Laser-cut for sharpest detail and greater durability, bold, clear images (including two border designs) depict Mesozoic monsters, including tyrannosaurus, triceratops, stegosaurus, allosaurus, pteranodon, diplodocus, and dimetrodon.Use these stencils for decorating walls, furniture, fabrics―almost any flat surface. They're great for adding a touch of dinosaur magic to signs, posters, stationery, and other printed material. Or, children can use them for hours of tracing and coloring fun.

Series: Dover Stencils

Paperback: 3 pages

Publisher: Dover Publications (September 5, 1996)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0486292398

ISBN-13: 978-0486292397

Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.4 x 0.1 inches

Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)

Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

Best Sellers Rank: #796,526 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #100 in Books > Crafts, Hobbies & Home > Crafts & Hobbies > Papercrafts, Stamping & Stenciling > Stenciling

Perfect! There are three sheets of stencils with about 10 different dinosaurs on each. The sheets are plastic and appear they will last through another project. First project was stenciling my sons room with them to create a Dino landscape. If I could have seen what was in the package I would not have simultaneously ordered different pack of Dino's as well! I just put the template up to the wall and paint into it using a small head artist brush. Or you can trace the outline and freehand it later!

These stencils are cute and very sturdy. Basically the cover you see is the front of a folder. A large envelope is glued inside the folder, which contains 3 8x10 sheets of platic stencils. They are not hard plastic, but flexible. They can stand up to repeated use by a 4 year-old and six year-old.The designs are great.

I bought this and also the booklet "fun with dinosaur stencils" by a.g. smithif I had to pick one out of the two I would pick "fun with dinosaurs" because I liked the outlines much better, though if you want a good pterodactyl the laser-cut plastic stencils has one while a.g. smith's book does not include this dinosaur!I wasn't happy with either stencil set's T. Rexthe laser-cut plastic stencils include 16 dinosaurs along with some palm trees while "fun with dinosaurs" has just 6 dinosaurs: diplodocus, stegasaurus, tyrannosaurus, triceratops, dimetrodon, and rhamphorhynchus.the laser-cut plastic stencils don't specify names right on the stencils.

Purchased as a gift for a 5 yr old. He loves it. I'm sure older kids would too. Durable enough plastic to last and last.

A great item for the price. I bought these and the paper stencils and honestly prefer these laser ones, however both are a great buy. Very happy with my purchase.

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