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Am I allowed to send small "scratch paper" art things to my child? It does have a wooden scratching tool in order to create the shapes on the paper (but I certainly can just leave that out if that can't be sent). Also it has a "stencil" but it's more like some shapes and animals that are all still attached together similar to how a puzzle would be attached.
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Jill Held

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So I am also curious about the stencil part too because I just got some stencils, that has each letter on a separate square. I also have some soft socks I was curious about also.

Good Question :)
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You can only send paper items, so the sock are unfortunately a definite no. However, you can send the scratch paper without the stick. Just explain what to do. They could probably use a pen cap or something at the project. The stencils would have to fit the size requirements of 8.5x11x.25 inches and be paper or thin cardboard. I would suggest that you both join OurCompassion.org It is a great community of sponsors who love Compassion and love to help others. Sometimes people will travel to a country that Compassion works in and even offer to take a non-paper gift for your child.
If you have any other questions. just ask!

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