Thursday, December 1, 2011

Details from The Toymaker's Christmas and The Toymaker's Workshop.

One of the things that I really enjoyed about making The Toymaker's Christmas and The Toymaker's Workshop was the freedom to add all the little detaily bits. 
















6 comments:

  1. My copies of the Workshop have arrived, and one has already been gifted to a six year old princess! :)

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  2. I just found you and i'm in love!! You are very popular over in the blog-o-sphere!!... and now i think i am your biggest fan! Marilyn, i have to tell you, finding your website made me smile from ear to ear. I love the vintage quality of your drawings, and all of the toys and games and fun stuff you have created are just so wonderful! I cannot wait to see my nieces and nephew at Christmas so i can share The toymakers toys with them!! I'm not the best blogger in the world but The Toymaker must not remain a secret to my family and friends any longer!! Will be blogging about you soon!
    Thank You for sharing your imagination and creativity!!

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  3. Stacey! Hello! You are too kind. Thanks for stopping by my little blog. I'm so glad that you and the family are enjoying the paper toys! :-)

    Hugs, Marilyn.

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  4. Is there a reason you link to Barnes & Noble rather Amazon? I'd rather buy from Amazon, but if it's better for you, I'll buy from Barnes & Noble.

    Thank you for the free models. I use both the gazebo and a shrunken Dancing Skeletons box for display and storage.

    I owe you. Thank you

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    1. Sterling is owned by B&N so they prefer that I link to them. And where ever you buy my book, thanks in advance.

      I'm so glad that you like the paper toys. :-)

      Marilyn.

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