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Edukit launches Papercraft Kits and Premium Feathers Variety Pack

Craft company, Edukit, have recently added to their successful brand, now offering two new papercraft kits and a premium feathers pack. Intended to inspire creativity in both children and adults, these high-quality craft kits will enhance crafting sessions.

With market trends forecasters, suggesting that the arts and crafts business is booming, with no sign of slowing down, particularly for children’s products, the addition of new products to the Edukit business is essential in order for the company to remain competitive.

Edukit, part of the Davilex Group, has always aimed to offer the highest quality crafting materials to hobbyists of all ages. The two new papercraft kits include a Papercraft Assortment pack and a Papercraft Essentials pack. In the Assortment, customers will find five different types of crafting sheets, including foam, felt, coloured paper, card and cellophane, making it great for scrapbooking projects and other art projects. The Essentials pack includes lots of coloured paper and card in A4 and A5 sizes and is marketed towards schools and workshops.

Finally, in the Feathers Assortment pack, there is a variety of eight different types of feathers in different sizes, patterns and colours, ideal for adding texture, elegance or a little fun to craft projects at the home or in school.

Farah Farmah, general manager of the Davilex Group, said: “Our new additions offer fantastic quality, choice and convenience at a great value. Also, all our Edukit range is certified EN-71 making it safe for children to use. One of Edukit’s key missions is to supply materials to create something to be proud of, which means quality and variety is so important to let our customer’s creativity flow. “

For more information and to see the new range, check out our new Edukit catalogue or visit our Amazon store

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