Foil Art Sticker Crafts from Peaceable Kingdom {Review + Giveaway}

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peaceable-kingdom-foil-art-sticker-kitIn so many ways, Raileigh and I are kindred spirits.  She’s my daughter and she is only four years old, but I can tell you with all certainty that she is also one of my very best friends.  I love to be with her and I love to spend time with her.  Our interests are so strongly parallel that it’s easy to find things that we enjoy doing together.

One of our most favorite things to do is create.  I have always enjoyed making things, whether it be a fun new dress for her to wear of cereal necklaces to liven up snack time a bit.  Thankfully, Raileigh has a passion for making things as well.  Often times, I will find her in our craft space, sitting on the floor, surrounded by tape, scissors, and hundreds of tiny little pieces of paper.  It makes this crafty mama’s heart simply melt.

Because I can see a passion for creating inside of her, I like to expose Raileigh to a variety of different art mediums and materials.  Just come step inside my craft room.  I’ve been told it’s like having a well-stocked craft store right at our disposal.  You’ll find supplies spanning a variety of craft fields, from fabric to paper crafts to paints.

peaceable-kingdom-foil-art-sticker-kitHowever, Peaceable Kingdom recently released these awesome sticker crafts that were unlike anything I had ever seen or used.  Needless to say, I had to check them out.  The Foil Art Sticker Crafts come in two sizes– Foil Art Sticker Kits and Foil Art Sticker Packs.

Let me tell you a bit about foil art, just in case you are unfamiliar with it {like I was}.  Foil art is a way of “coloring” a picture, but it’s very different from using crayons, markers, paints, or other materials.

You have a black and white “coloring page” that is really a sticker sheet.  By removing the white area, you’ll expose the sticky area underneath.  Then, simply take one of the foil sheets, placing it COLORED side up and press it onto the sticky area.  Peel it away and the foil is left behind.

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It reminds me of sand art pictures we have made in the past but with zero mess.  I truly mean that it is virtually mess-free.  I don’t think I have ever experienced a craft that can make such fun results and create such little mess.  It’s really quite revolutionary.

Raileigh has became quite smitten with the Foil Art Sticker Crafts from Peaceable Kingdom.  She literally spent hours and hours creating beautiful new pictures {that she then gifted to my husband and I}.  She is only 4 {this product is aimed at kids ages 6 and up} so I had to help her a tad with some of the smaller sticker areas.  She just couldn’t quite peel the pieces off without getting the 5 ones next to it as well.  Tweezers might be really helpful for this.


Just in case you’re still a little unclear as to what Foil Art is, I invite you to watch the video above.  The wonderful folks at Peaceable Kingdom give a short demo so you can actually see the product in action.

I cannot wait pick up even more of the Foil Art products from Peaceable Kingdom.  The Birds Foil Art Sticker Pack will go perfectly with our homeschool science unit in the coming school year.

I know that you are going to enjoy using the Foil Art Sticker Crafts as much as we do.  That’s why I am excited to announce that one lucky Wee Share reader is going to win an amazing Foil Art product from Peaceable Kingdom!

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14 comments

  1. Sue Hull says:

    My nieces love doing crafts and they’d love this foil art sticker craft.They’d also like the Make your own cards,Scratch & sniff stickers and temporary tatoos. My daughter is an adult and she has 4 tatoos(3 aren’t visible) and she has a small one on her wrist. So ever since they discovered she had them they have really been into the temp tatoos. Thank you for the fun giveaway :)

  2. Veronica L. says:

    My son who is my little artist, would have a BLAST with their Sticker Activity Books and their Funny Food Sticker Kits

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