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"What do the Toymaker Emails look like?"

Here is an archive of some of the past newsletters.

October 2014 - A Merry Halloween - The Zombie Finger

September 2014 - A Year In The Secret Garden

July 2014 - The Lost Island of the Unicorns

March 2014 - The Fairy Market

February 2014 - An Accordion Envelope

December 2013 - A Helpful Elf

November 2013 - Happy Dinosaur Parade

October 2013 - Happy Halloween

August 2013 - Welcome Autumn

June 2013 - Super Summer!

May 2013 - The May Spring Clean

March 2013 - March Madness = Color Bunnies

February 2013 - February Fantasy from The Toymaker

December 2012 - Warm Wishes and a Forest of Ponies.

November 2012 - Thanksgiving Wishes from the Toymaker

October 2012 - Happy Haunted Historical Halloween!

September 2012 - Happy Back to School

June 2012 - Happy Big Ideas Summer

May 2012 - Thank You Five Thousand Times

April 2012 - The Toymaker's Workshop

March 2012 - Splendid Spring

February 2012 - Valentines for Everyone!

December 2011 - Wonderful Winter

November 2011 - Squirrel Wind!

October 2011 - We Learn By Doing

September 2011 - My Big Adventure

June 2011 - The Long Summer

April 2011 - Bunnies and Doodles

March 2011 - Bluebird of Happiness

January 2011 - Creative January

December 2010 - Filled with Delight

November 2010 - The Dog Show!

 

 

May 30, 2005 - Color Bug Memory Cards and Best Thoughts

June 26, 2005 - Summer Fun

July 30, 2005 - Storytime

August 11, 2005 - The Return of Doctor Dragonwagon

September 15, 2005 - Super Car!

October 22, 2005 - Halloween!

November 2nd, 2005 - Fairy Tales

November 15, 2005 - Thanksgiving

December 16, 2005 - Christmas, Chanukah and Kwanzaa

January 1st, 2006 - Bunny Bowling

February 1st, 2006 Happy Valentines!

February 26th, 2006 A Paddle Steamer!

March 12th, 2006 Wishes True

April 6th, 2006 Puppy Pirate Radio

May 3rd, 2006 Fairy Furniture

June 3rd, 2006 - Toys to Color

July 18th, 2006 - Racing Turtles

August 19th, 2006 - Jigsaw Puzzles

October 8th, 2006 - Aeroplanes and Diwali

November 13th, 2006 - Thanksgiving

December 4th, 2006 - Holiday Cheer!

January 11th, My First Video!

February 11th, 2007 - Valentine Time

April 9th, 2007 - Happy Spring! Secret Window!

June, 2007 - Panda Palace

Summer, 2007 - Animals and Gift Bags

September 2007 - Multiplication!

October 2007 - The Ghost Show!

November 2007 - Thanksgiving Greetings

December 2007 - Glad Tidings!

February 2008 - Melancholy Valentine

April 2008 - Toymaker Australia

July 2008 - The Fairy Tale Edition

September 2008 - Paperdolls and Bookmarks

November 2008 - Very Thankful!

December 2008 - Warmest Greetings!

February 2009 - Valentine Hearts!

March 2009 - Saint Patrick's Day Fun!

May 2009 - Movies, Popcorn and Spelling Flags!

September 2009 - Koi Kites and a Visit to Japan

November 2009 - Little Boxes and Thanksgiving

January 2010 - A Most Pleasant Resolution

March 2010 - Out of the Box!

May 2010 - Magical Mermaid

September 2010 - Fall is in the Air

October 2010 - Happy Halloween!

 

 

 

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"What kind of paper do you recommend?"

I use card stock which is also called cover stock. I like Wausau Heavyweight Exact® Index Card Stock, 8 1/2" x 11", 90 Lb.,White. You can buy a pack of 250 Sheets for less than ten dollars at Office Depot.

"What kind of glue do you use?"

Plain old Elmer's school glue seems to work just fine for me. I've heard from people who like glue sticks or even scotch tape. The important thing is to have fun!

"The PDF files aren't downloading! What's going wrong?"

Check your documents folder. Sometimes computers download PDFs there instead of the desktop.

"Where do you get your ideas?"

Hmmm. All over the place! I draw every day and a lot of the toys come from doodles in my sketchbook. I like looking at old books in libraries.

"Can I print out your toys and sell them at the swapmeet/my store/as part of my gift baskets?"

Please don't. They are a gift and not to be sold for money.

"Can I print out a bunch of copies and give them to people in nursing homes, my class, my kid's birthday party, use them for Christmas Presents?"

Yes, please do! That is what they are there for! Make as many as you like. Nothing makes me happier than to hear that someone has made a toy to cheer up a friend.

"Do you take requests?"

I love getting suggestions of things that people would like to see like different holidays or animals that they are fond of... that's why there are lots of otters! I do not do toys using other people's characters like Winnie the Pooh or Harry Potter.

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