All 3-D Needle Sculpting Kits Include:
Penelope Penopscot is one COOL penguin - that's why she's wearing her warm alpaca ear muffs. Penelope, like all penguins, waddles when she walks. This kit shows you how to make Penelope waddle. Ever wonder why penguins waddle? You might think that they don't have knees - but they do. You just can't see them through all of their feathers! How COOL is that!
Pepin is dressed to impress in his black bow tie. Have you ever wondered WHY penguins are black and white and look very formal? It's their personalized camo. They blend into the snow and rocks, but they really need protection while swimming in the water. White matches the sky and black matches the depths of the ocean. Pretty COOL, right?
The Cookie Cutter Kits are so much fun to make. Use the cookie cutter as a template. It keeps the felting needles away from your fingers and the fibers contained. Then add the details with the felting needle. Color it simple, use our designs as a guide or get creative and design your own.
All kits include:
Did you know that all penguins live in the Southern Hemisphere, but not always in the ice and snow? They eat while swimming in the ocean. They spend half of their time in the water and half on land.
This Penguin Cookie Cutter Kit has a cookie cutter with a handle to keep the needle away from your fingers.
Did you know that there are 17 different species of penguins? Emperior are the tallest measuring about 4'. The smallest is the Little Blue penguin which only measures about 16". Penguins are aquatic birds and cannot fly. All penguins have the tuxedo coloring.
Did you know that Polar Bears and Penguins both live at the poles, but they do not live together? Polar Bears are only found around the North Pole while Penguins are found at the South Pole.
Did you know that the world record for the largest snowman/snowwoman is 122' 1" tall? It's a snowwoman that was built in 2013 in Bethel, Maine. She has wreaths for eyes and snow skis for eyelashes. Her arms are made of trees and her buttons are 5' tires. WOW! That's big! It took about 1 month to construct.
What will your snowman look like?
You know it's cold when the snowman needs a scarf! Did you know that no ones knows exactly when the first snowman was built, but it's believed that thousands of years ago, people built snowmen to make it appear there were more people in their camp. This would deture invadors from attacking their village.
Did you know that the first patent for the snow globe was in 1927? In the 1940's they were used in advertising. Today snow globes remind us of our childhood with scenes of wonder and happy times.
What will you put in your snowglobe? Makes 2
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