My kiddos love crafts and DIY projects. One of my favorite ways to spend time with my kiddos is by doing some fun crafting projects or scrapbooking. I recently found some cute DIY/craft sets from a company called Paper Punk. We tried out Paper Punk Graffiti Stickers and Paper Punk Make Your Own Paper Toys.
Paper Punk Make Your Own Paper Toys are really fun little kits you can use to make your own little animals. The sets are paper products and include everything you need to craft and construct a fun little animal. With some simple instruction you can create a 3D piece that you can interact with, play with, or display. Create and personalize your own magical unicorn, fold your way to a cool robot or Paper Punk yourself a cute little pet. Includes over 170 fun stickers so you can boldly customize your paper creations. No scissors or glue required. Available kits include Ape (Gorilla), Bot (Robot), Horn (Unicorn), Pup (Dog) and Kitty (Cat). Suitable for ages 6 and up.
Paper Punk Graffiti Stickers are super cool. My kiddos love to scrapbook and make our own cards. There are great little stickers to have on had for all of our fun projects. Stickers provide a modern mix of graphics, patterns and letters to give you a super cool modern look. Over 280+ paper graffiti stickers in this kit. Bonus project included: cool postcards to sticker up and share or display. Express yourself by tagging your life with the coolest stickers ever. Suitable for ages 6 and up.
You can find out more by visiting the Paper Punk Website.
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