Friday, March 30, 2007

Fwis • Readymech Series 002



I found these wonderful children's toys wandering about the web. If you are looking for a colorful, engaging and creative activity for your children stop and have a look.

Fwis • Readymech Series 002: "Readymech"

6 comments:

sydneyland said...

Hi princess!

These are wonderful. 'Back in the day I used to make paper models. They'd come in books, and you'd cut out the patterns'n tab them together. This gives me an idea.

I had been thinking of doing some Hopi Kachina dolls. Or rather some of my Angel versions of Kachina's. I think this Japanese paper fold doll format might be the thing.

I'll try a few. If they look good I'll post patterns that everybody can download'n make into Sydneyland Angel dolls.

Thanks!!

Princess Haiku said...

Sydney, this is a wonderful idea and I will keep an eye out for your patterns.

Professor Howdy said...
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Princess Haiku said...

Howdy, how could I forget a face like yours?

S. Camille Crawford said...

Heck, for children! I plan on printing them all out and assembling them at my desk... then playing with them frequently throughout the day!

:)

S. Camille Crawford said...

sydneyland... I too eagerly anticipate those paper dolls!