This month’s box marks a milestone. First, it sets itself apart by arriving in pristine condition; there were no crushed corners, open flaps, or torn packing tape.
The magazines were even pristine and freshly printed. I did notice that these four issues were printed on slightly heavier paper stock. That could be related to the fact that there are fewer pages in these issues—the instructions are only 2-3 pages long.
These two paper doll sets feature two Disney princesses (Ariel and Cinderella) and their princes (Prince Eric and Prince Charming).
There was really not much to do this month. The primary focus was on completing the hallway from last month and assembling more of the lower hull, both being pretty straight-forward.
This month’s box shipped with an open flap, but nothing fell out. Whew!
Work continues on the hallways.
Let’s celebrate the girl who saved China with these two wonderful downloads.
Today, we have a trio of Marvel goodies. Most notable is the life-size Incredible Hulk that you can build.
The main hold is completed (pending any other parts DeAgostini throws my way), and work begins on the hallways.
Another “Up” house paper model has popped up.
Here are two sets of “Frozen” paper doll dresses for Elsa and Anna. The first set features dresses based on concept art created for the film. The second set has a lovely autumn theme designed by Cory.
We’ve been working hard to minimize a lot of the graphical clutter, utilizing simple fonts and a lot of solid colors.