Wednesday, 28 July 2010

CREATIVE FUN: Paper Wonderland - Michelle Romo


This is a collection of super kawaii-like paper toy templates--ready to be cut out, built and played with or displayed. So sweet they make your teeth hurt, Michelle Romo's cute style can be summed up as Japanese-influenced cuteness with mid-century modern flair. Her characters can be brought into 3D life with only an X-acto knife and some glue. Besides people and animals, the collection also includes an adorable house, a sweetly spooky ghost and moustaches that can be assembled and worn. Includes characters that are begging to be brought into 3D life with an craft knife and some glue.


As a huge fan of putting things together to create something special and new I absolutely love this book. Whilst its tricky (hey I said I like putting them together, I never said I was good at it), the rewards for completing a project are well worth the effort. Even better you can scan these pages into your computer and have hours of fun making the different creations that will allow you to create your own menagerie of epic proportions. With something for everyone within this title it’s definitely a book that will keep more than just children amused.

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