Fuzzy Felt were produced by Allan Industries from 1950 onwards and were felt shapes which clung to a fuzzy board for endless picture variations. They reached their height of poplarity in the 1970's and are still going strong today, with old and new sets now produced by John Adams/Toy Broker.
Arts and Craft toys
I cant be alone loving these sorts of toys as a kid? Among my favourites were a Raffia kit and a simple sewing kit where you made a wallet,scissor holder,book mark etc http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w309/huggie74/B4fmMoQEWkKGrHqFi0EydnSIFRpBMqIy0w3Pw_12.jpg http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w309/huggie74/Picture165.jpg I also remember a basket weaving kit and a knitting loom. Hours of fun with something to keep at the end. Another past time was scrap booking with old greetings
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SPLAT, the Society for the Preservation of Letraset Action Transfers, presents a gallery of images showing Letraset's rub-down Instant Pictures; rub-ons, rub-offs, as well as other kinds of dry transfers, including products from John Waddingtons, Patterson Blick, Kalkitos, PrestoMagiX, Thomas Salter and others. We feature a chronological record of every series and set, and articles discussing them in detail. There is also a section for online games.