Children have quite an imagination and sometimes they are not given the opportunity to “tap” into that ability. Mattel’s latest toy, the AmiGami, is a toy that allows your child to tap into that creativity! Kids are given an animal to create as they wish.
The AMiGami set that my sweet J used a bird. Included in the kit was a variety of stickers to create our one of a kind includes an adorable plastic AmiGami™ bird figure ready for you to make a one-of-a-kind creation. As you can see from the pictures below, the possibilities are endless. They were easy to put on and even take off.
Choose from 30 different AmiGami™ paper parts — like ears, tails, wings and hair — that have colorful patterns on both sides and can be shaped to any style. Simply punch out a paper part and use the jewel pins to attach onto the plastic figure. There is no wrong way to create your AmiGami™ figure — you can use tails as ears or ears as wings!
Also includes a curling tool to make awesome spirals. Add on even more cuteness with 70 reusable stickers to choose from, such as a variety of eyes, jewelry, hearts, glasses and more.
You can keep it simple, make it wild, stack them or curl them!
With more than 500 combinations to create, every AmiGami™figure is unique because they are Made by You!™
AmiGami™ is a totally new way to play and express your creativity!
Make it simple or wild, stack them or curl them. Each AmiGami™ figure is unique because they are Made By You!
Includes 6 pins to attach AmiGami™ paper parts and 1 curling tool to shape-n-style
Includes 70 reusable stickers, such as eyes, jewelry, cupcakes, hearts, glasses and more!
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