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Review: Djeco Sweet Nature Felt

Another great art kit we got with our Timberdoodle kit is Djeco Sweet Nature Felt. This one has 4 different boards, all the felt you need and a little instruction booklet. The felt is precut so all you need to do is push out the pieces. Great for me as I am not the best at cutting felt. The manual is all pictures so even a small child is able to understand what needs to be done.


If y’all have read my other Djeco reviews, you know I am not a dan of their glue stick but this kit doesn’t need any glue. Instead the felt is sticky on one side, you just peel off the paper on the back and stick it where it needs to go. Simple for even young kiddos. 


I definitely recommend Djeco Sweet Nature Felt or any of their other outstanding art kits  Simple, easy to use, comes with everything you need, cute and fun. Our daughter gets a great sense of pride and accomplishment every time she does one. Great for building her confidence and a wonderful bonding experience for us. I make sure to display each one all our around our hose. 

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