Paper Dragonfly COLLECTION

Create a real artistic interior with these magical bright dragonflies.

This 3D Paper decoration kit contains 28 easy to use summer insects in 4 variable sizes varying from 5 to 10cm wide. They come in 3 glossy metallic gradient colors.

Just take them out of their sheets, add on the included glue dot and stick on to the wall! Or anywhere else like a door, lampshade, picture frame, cupboard or cabinet to create a dynamic and fresh look instantly. Or create a special wrapping for a present to a beloved someone with it!  🙂

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Get creative with this 3D paper Dragonfly Collection!

An overwhelming swarm of beautiful dragonflies! This is home decoration in a very animal friendly way. All our paper creations are made with FSC-paper. And so is this 3D paper Dragonfly Collection.

Assembling this 3D paper Dragonfly Collection is like a mindful journey. It will keep you busy with an amazing creative result. The feeling of joy when you are ready with assembling this beautiful Dragonfly Collection is great!

The Dragonfly Collection contains:

  • A template with 28 dragonflies.
  • Adhesives to create your own swarm.

Dragonfly facts:

The Scientific Name of the Dragonfly is Anisoptera. They live on every continent but Antarctica, you can recognise these insects instantly by their large bodies; they have four long, horizontal wings; and they hover and zip around. Dragonflies can reach speeds of up to 35 miles an hour and fly just as gracefully backward by lifting off vertically, like a helicopter. Each of their eyes has about 28,000 single eyes! Around 7,000 species of true dragonflies are alive today,

Dragonflies begin their lives in the water. Around midsummer, females hover over bodies of fresh water and dip in their abdomens, laying eggs that will come out in about seven to eight days. These larvae stay in the water for up to three years, hunting aquatic insects, mosquito larvae, or small fish with a lower jaw that reaches out and opens up sideways, snatching prey into their mouths. They may even cannibalise other dragonfly nymphs.

These larves propel themselves quickly by sucking water into their abdomen and then spitting it out. They undergo between six and 15 molts before emerging as fully formed adult dragonflies, a process that takes about 12 hours. Adults live only about a month, hunting flies, mosquitos, and midges. Their arms slant upward, forming a type of basket and enabling them to scoop up prey in flight.

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