Printies Design Studio Lets Kids Create Stuffed Toys At Home

Posted: Feb 16 2009, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:05pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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A new toy kit that allows kids to design and print their own stuffed toys is now available called Printies Design Studio. The Design Studio kit and refill packs are designed to be an affordable activity to help kid's creature their own creatures.

The system uses a PC and a normal ink jet printer with special Printies fabric sheets. Once printed the design can be removed from the dual sided sheet and stuffed. The system works with no gluing, the sheets are pre-sewn, and no mess is associated with the project.

The designs are sealed by placing them into included colorful shoes that seal off the design. The Design Studio Kit sells for $19.99 and refill packs retail for $9.99. Refill kits offer designs in addition to those included with the Studio kit.

Via Techno Source

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