Djeco's Cosmos Foil is a super-fun craft project for your first-grader. Using an innovative two-step process, Cosmos Foil is versatile, sparkly, and mess-free! Your child first chooses and adheres a space-themed adhesive shape to one of the included beautifully illustrated artboards, or to his own notebook or craft project. He then rubs the dazzling metallic foil on the sticker for a stunning effect!
Cosmos Foil comes in a little folder for secure storage and travel. It contains eight sheets of space-themed stickers, ten sheets of impressive metallic foil, and 12 space scene cards to decorate. Cosmos Foil provides your child with a unique, flashy way to be creative.
Designed By: Geraldine Sy
Age Recommendation: 6-10 Years
Designed in: France
Made in: China
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Educational Roots
”If you're doing any sort of space unit study or learning about space in your homeschool... or just for fun... this is the perfect thing to do.”Watch the Review
review by A Mom's Quest to Teach
”If you are looking for an arts and crafts activity that does not require anything outside of the box that it arrives in, then the Djeco Artistic Patch Cosmos kit might be a good fit for your family. Everything you need is provided in the box.”Read the Review
review by Mama Bean AZ
”Overall, this was a fun project which allowed the boys to practice a variety of skills in a fun and creative way. ”Read the Review
Note: We received the Artistic Patch Cosmos kit for free in return for our honest opinion.
Our son (and daughter) really loved completely the pictures in this kit. Our six-year-old son is studying Astronomy this year so this fit in perfectly as a fun activity to do with him. Once we started working on the pictures, it was quite easy for our son to more on his own. I helped a lot with the first one but then our son just needed me to help with the foil.
You receive everything you need in one box - which I love! There is the chance to create 12 pictures using the space scenes and the 'stickers' that you apply to the scenes. After the 'glue' is applied to the scene, you then remove the plastic piece and put the foil on top (you can choose from four different colors). After you remove the foil, you will see a really cool image left behind.