Friday, February 19, 2010

Makedo

how to makedo - the quick version from MAKEDO on Vimeo.

Remember those "Lego" or "Do-It-Yourself" hobbies kit U got from toy stores as kid. Well, I recall it quite very expensive and on more than one occasion, I need to break my piggy bank just to buy one if I managed to saves lotsa Angpow those day.


However, A Make Do "Kit for One" (USD 25) consists of a construction tool that cuts and perforates materials safely, 8 hinges and 30 connectors, which use a ziptag-style mechanism to fasten pieces together. As for what can be made, the imagination is the limit—suggestions on the site range from cufflinks to stage sets, and all manner of toys. Although such items can also be made using traditional glue and sticky tape, the focus of Make Do is on ensuring that everything involved is reusable. Packaged in a recycled cardboard tube, the components are designed to last, and are made from materials that can be recycled.



The people behind Make Do aim to "inspire social change through playful creativity". Virtually everything u have in your house or workplace can be turn into toy minus costly trip to toy stores. ^^. Hey! no a bad idea since u can saves moo-lah and create something creative for yourself!

Source: www.springwise.com, Makedo.com
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