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Hathor was an important figure and complex Egyptian Goddess. Not only was she a mother goddess who created and maintained all life on earth but she was also the goddess of the sky, fertility, music, joy, dance, and symbolically, the mother of the pharaoh, the ruler of Egypt. A very busy woman!

Anubis, known as the god of the afterlife was also a god of healing along with being the patron god of lost souls. He is often depicted with the color black because that color symbolized good fortune and rebirth for the ancient Egyptians. After all, the fertile soil of the Nile was black, and having a plentiful growing season was vital to survival.

What about the guy in the triangular skirt? Was he a god-like the other two on this stencil? Nope, he was a fashion icon of the times! Men in ancient Egypt were all about wearing as much jewelry as they could afford, wore makeup, and had the coolest shape ever to a skirt.

Use these figures alone or in combinations with Ankh and Hieroglyphics stencils in your printing, mixed media, cards, and art journal.

Product Details:

  • 9" x 12"
  • 7 mil mylar is thick enough to be durable, yet thin enough for a seamless look in your art
  • Some Disassembly Required - the Masks are attached to the surround with tabs (small uncut sections of plastic). The tabs are easily cut with a thin blade or sewing scissors. We also suggest good lighting and reading glasses to assist with the process.
  • Made in the USA

Walk Like an Egyptian, Stencil Girl, Art Journal, Furniture, Decor, Mixed Media

  • Fruitful Life Studio is unable to accept returns. Please contact me with any questions before ordering, Thank you.

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