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T-Rex Skull Stencil is a cardboard stencil with laser cut sheets. The cardboard is 4.0 mm thick and comes in 5 separate sheets. When layed-out, the skull width is about 5 ft (1.52 m) and height is about 3.1 ft (0.95 m). 


These are custom built when ordered and take three to six weeks to be delivered.


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T-Rex Skull Stencil - Brown Cardboard

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  • Tyrannosaurus Rex Skull Stencil
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         The Tyrannosaurus Rex, or T-Rex, was a large theropod dinosaur which lived in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods of geologic time. The Jurassic began 200 million years ago and went to 145 million years ago while the Cretaceous period ranged from 145 million years ago to 66 million years ago. The end of the Cretaceous is marked by the KT mass extinction caused by a large asteroid colliding with the Earth. The asteroid was about 10 km in diameter and struck the Earth moving about 45,000 miles per hour! This caused about three-quarters of all plant and animal species to die-out which includes the T-Rex.

         This product consists of 5 stencil sheets of 3.2 mm thick, laser cut brown cardboard. The sheets should be removed from the outer frame by removing the sticky tape backing. The sheets should lie flat arranged side-by-side while aligning corresponding numbers on the edges. Masking tape can be applied to the edges where there is no hole in the stencil. This will make for easy use and storage. The stencil can be chalked, hand painted with brushes, or spray painted. Cover the edge numbers with masking tape and spread newspaper, spare cardboard, or drop-cloth, etc., along edges to prevent paint from being applied to un-intended areas. One of the five stencil sheets splits into two smaller sheets to complete the stencil.

         The full stencil is durable enough to be used repeatedly. The T-Rex skull is life-sized and has an approximate length of 5 ft (1.52 m). It is an educational stencil which can be spray painted onto sidewalks, playgrounds, driveways, etc. [Of course, permission should be obtained by the owner of the object being painted or chalked.]

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