I have been chillin' out with some paper, an X-acto, and music/podcasts in the evenings. I have a stack of these little paper scenes printed out on card stock—ready to be cut and glued together when I get a second. I just use a glue stick. These are so pleasing, I can feel my blood pressure dropping even time I make one.
I listened to This American Life while cutting this one and learned the average American person watches 29 hours of TV a week. Insane! I am so excited about starting a toy theater. I got a great link for a free one here. (Thank you so much Josie! I can't get your blog to link.) Now I just need that clone.
These remind me of my favorite Chris Ware paper projects in the back of his comics. These are vintage and come from Agence Eureka's paper craft set. There are many so I could be busy a long time. Sadie can cut these out too, they would be a wonderful gifts for kids (maybe for ages 5 and up?) printed out and tied up all pretty. Maybe with a little glue stick and little scissors—how sweet would that be? Tons of paper projects for boys and girls here. And adults, obviously, since I am obsessed.
It absolutely blows my mind how many free projects and ideas are out there like this. I panic and think I will forget about them next time someone has a birthday. I need to start a list.