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The Toymaker: Paper Toys That You Can Make Yourself

4.44 of 5 stars 4.44  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  3 reviews
This truly hands-on book is a collection of ove 15 full-color paper toys that are designed to provide a fun family activity. The old-fashioned toys are reminiscent of a simpler time with whimsical illustrations and easy-to-follow instructions. It contains: a Sun Box, Spinners, Marble Mice, Tooth Fairy Gazebo, The Happy Bus, a Bug Box, a Bear Wagon, Florimel the Magnificent ...more
Published by Scott-Waters Design
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H.E. Fairbanks
This is the most funnest book in the entire world. Wait ... funnest isn't a real word? Sorry, I can't review this book without it. The Toymaker is not only a book, it's a whole toy chest. If you have children, these toys make the best projects for you to do together. Those are the times your child will treasure and remember the rest of his/her life ... AND you get the toy, too! What could be better than that?

Iyou're a grown-up kid like me, these sweet toys are great for times when you've had to
This is a book with a variety of cut-out paper projects for children. This is a nice thing to have on hand for rainy afternoons, vacations, babysitting, etc. You'll need scissors and glue. The artwork is very cute and high quality.
JR Johnson
Charming and magical paper toys for children and their parents. This is a wonderful book, and Marilyn is always adding new ones to her website as well. It is a wonderful and collectable book to look back upon when the kids are grown. I can remember very clearly the last paper toy I made with my daughter. And now the time has past. No more toys, just the memory of the time we spent together.

Marilyn The Toymaker's very popular website is:
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Nov 20, 2014 Marilyn rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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Hello and hello! I'm Marilyn Scott-Waters from

Over the last nine years I have had over eight million free paper toys downloaded from my website. I love making things out of paper and send out free paper toys every month to families all over the world.

I'm a children's book writer and illustrator. I’m the creator of The Toymaker's Christmas: Paper Toys You Can Make Yourself (Ste
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