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Colorforms
Colorforms
This was a collection of colored plastic sheets with rectangular, triangular, and circular cutouts of various sizes. The cutouts would stick to a backing sheet of coated cardboard (and to each other) and could be used to create all sorts of artwork.

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Posted by Chuck Kopsho at 2:21 pm (PST) on Sun November 29, 2015   
I had a set of those, it was based on Irwin Allen's "Land of the Giants" TV series.
Posted by chrisbroz at 1:49 pm (PDT) on Thu August 6, 2015   
Looks like an older 'Winky-Dink' set...
Posted by DM Jors at 5:24 pm (PDT) on Mon September 30, 2013   
I had the Snoppy set of Colorforms and played with it for years.  I was able to dress the different characters in all sorts of outfits.  I think I wore it out and Mom had to throw it away.
Posted by Duff at 1:47 pm (PDT) on Wed April 24, 2013   
Did the set include cutouts in the shape of letters and numbers? I don't recall that in the children's version, but I'm not sure. My parents made animated titles for their 8mm home movies, and may have employed a set like that to do so.
Posted by dtdavis2012 at 8:44 pm (PST) on Fri January 20, 2012   
I remember how Captain Kangaroo used to advertise Colorforms.
Posted by Balonna at 2:08 pm (PDT) on Fri July 29, 2011   
It's fun to play, the Colorforms way! (jingle)
Posted by paktype at 4:38 pm (PDT) on Fri June 24, 2011   
"Its Colorforms fun."

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