Suteki Stencil Station - Toronto Teacher Mom

Suteki Stencil Station

Wednesday, May 13, 2015


Earlier this year, Imports Dragon debuted one of their newest items for children - Suteki. Derived from the Japanese word meaning "awesome", Suteki was designed to empower kids to unleash their inner artist by allowing them to create their own layered art pieces. 


For review, our family received a kit that contained two sets of stencils (a dog with shades and a zombie girl), four paint colours (Shadow Ninja Black, Bubble Pop Pink, Caterpillar Crush Green and Duck Fluff Yellow), a pink frame, a blue frame, a paint sponge, a pallet, paper and cardboard.


Initially, we weren't achieving promising results until we realized we were using paint strokes instead of dabbing. If you try to apply the paint using a wiping motion, the paint will appear more faded. However, if you apply the paint by dabbing repeatedly, then it looks much nicer. It even gives the final art piece a textured look.


While my daughter enjoyed painting the dog stencil after mastering the technique, I could have lived without the cleanup afterwards. I suggest you rinse the stencils as soon as you're done with them because once the paint dries, they become all the more difficult to clean.

Designed for kids ages 5 to 12, Suteki is available in a variety of themes including Zany Animals, Wheels, Action Super Stars and Monster Damage. They are currently available in stores across Canada.

Disclosure: I received product to help facilitate this review. Any opinions expressed in this post are my own.

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16 COMMENTS

  1. I think my Daughter would love this.

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  2. This looks fun, my girl would definitely love to do some stencils!

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  3. How cool is this, one of my nieces would really like this! (Judy Cowan)

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  4. Now that is really sweet! My daughter would have fun for hours with this. Never seen/heard of it before thanks for the heads up, any gifting ideas for her are appreciated lol

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  5. I think my 5 year old son would love the Wheels one. This looks cool!

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  6. this looks fun. my neice would like it

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  7. My niece would love this, I think it's cool

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  8. I really like this. The bright colours and the characters are cool.
    (Debbie W)

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  9. I really like this. I want to buy this for my son who needs help with writing.

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  10. That's a pretty cool kit! So vivid and fun

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  11. this would b e right up Haaven's alley; she loves crafts/doodling/coloring.

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  12. This sounds like something my grandchildren would like, they love painting and colouring :-)

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  13. wow! This looks awesome!! My daughter would love this!

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  14. I have a God daughter that would love this. So cool.

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  15. I would have a lot of fun with this myself. :)

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