31 May 2006

Free, fun paper toys

Tooth Fairy Gazebo
Speaking of fun with paper, here's a selection of lovely, printable paper toys, perfect for a rainy spring afternoon (which happen to be in abundance here in Portland). A tooth fairy gazebo, a popup card, and more. Thanks for the tip, Kristen!



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I made the toothfairy gazebo several months ago. We glued a cottonball inside to give the toothfairy a soft place to rest, and she's had two very comfortable visits to our house.

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