Is there anyone for……cranking?
That’s all you have to do to play this sort of mechanical paper
tennis, after you do a little cutting and gluing. Included are
all the necessary parts, wood rods, and complete instructions.
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Make ‘n’ Play for Desktop, Table or Floor
answer. This unique mini-Miniature Golf Game uses the special
Finger Flick®©™* process for teeing. All you need
for this golf game is one finger…and some scissors, glue, maybe
a pair of tweezers, oh, and an exacto-blade would be nice too.
Cut out all the pieces, follow the instructions, and within 2
or 3 hours you’ll be ready to play. (That’s a much
shorter time than those long waits at the green.) As an added
bonus you’ll have the famed PGA** golfer Tiger Papers to
assist you to that beckoning hole in one or three or seven. This
paper golf game was invented in the sand-trapped mind of Peter
Markey, paper pro of Wales, pictured at right, making a hole
in only twenty two.
*Really Comfortable Toy Manipulation **Paper
It’s even better in a boat you’ve made yourself.
Comes complete with a rower who will do the rowing for you, as long as you do the cranking.* Click on the image to get him rowing.
*Boat recommended for land use only.
Paper or plastic? Smoking or non -smoking? As if you don’t have enough choices in your life, now here’s another one: jockey or cowboy?
In this set you can choose to make one or the other. You can either crank to the finish line, or crank ’em cowboy!
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Paper cams and paper cogs and paper cranks.Go back to top.
Cut the paper, glue the paper, turn the crank.
Two innocent pieces of paper have become a . . .
Mechanical Birdwatching Cat