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about face

Recycled
Community Voted
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  • the story

Express Yourself

Artist Saxton Freymann wants you to turn your frown upside down. Literally. About Face comes with four different sized cardboard strips that form a face once put together. Only instead of eyes, noses, mouths, and hair, photographs of items found on the city streets or seashore are used to create cleverly amusing expressions. Light bulbs, necklaces, seashells, and bits of plants are a few of the choices you or your child can utilize to engage your imagination and give your own eyes some exercise while having endless amounts of fun. Ages 3 and up. Made in China.

  • details
Recycled
Community Voted
Item ID
23963
Ages
3+
Made from
soy-based ink, recycled grayboard
Measurements
Box: 7.75" L x 6" W x 1.5" D
Notes
160 object cards included

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  • reviews
  • q & a
  • voting

Q and A

When our community voted on this product, some also shared comments - read them below:

209votes, 29 comments

Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

We're all about encouraging children to use their imaginations, and we think About Face has it right on the nose. Do you know a kid who would smile at the sight of this card set?

Christine
Vote: Thumbs down!

Idea is cute but why can't creator's find an American source to manufacture their idea?

Michelle
Vote: Thumbs down!

Can make this at home

Tricia
Vote: Thumbs up!

These are great!

bernadette
Vote: Thumbs up!

Great idea if the price is right.

Claudia
Vote: Thumbs down!

I'd probably do something like this on my own.

Katy
Vote: Thumbs up!

This is a great item for children with Autism

Maria
Vote: Thumbs down!

doesn't see like there is a use for it.

Patricia
Vote: Thumbs down!

But why?

Max
Vote: Thumbs down!

Made in China, and kind of creepy.

Michelle
Vote: Thumbs up!

These would be great ice-breakers to use in our girls club for journaling

tonya
Vote: Thumbs down!

Could easily be made at home and again, another Made In China product, no thanks.

Nancy
Vote: Thumbs down!

It was a great idea until........I saw it was made in China :(

Teresa
Vote: Thumbs down!

Artist needs to find a nice place to have this made here and not China!!

barb
Vote: Thumbs down!

Can't imagine who I would buy this for. Again, not price to make a better decision and also not made in USA. It is paper for goodness sakes.

Torie
Vote: Thumbs down!

Again,, why support china

Elizabeth
Vote: Thumbs down!

doesn't catch my fancy at all.

Ann
Vote: Thumbs down!

Soy inks may be good...but why not find an American Manufacturer for this product?

Jackie
Vote: Thumbs down!

Cute idea......made in China. :(

Mary
Vote: Thumbs down!

Honestly - I can make it myself from things around the house. I'd rather recycle than buy..

elizabeth
Vote: Thumbs down!

No chinese please.

Pamela
Vote: Thumbs down!

I think of Uncommon Goods as something special. This doe snot appear to be. I would put it in the category of a greeting card - one reaction and it is over.

noelle
Vote: Thumbs up!

cute but i agree with the whole made in China thing...is that really necessary?

Abby

Made in china?

Linda
Vote: Thumbs down!

Why all this stuff made in China? Not something I would spend money on.

Susannah
Vote: Thumbs down!

It's easy to do this on my own at home. I don't need to buy a kit.

Julie
Vote: Thumbs down!

could be done on my own with a notebook and then rip the page segments. Not worth anything.

Kristin

No, just not original. Could probably make this at home (or a version of it)

Carol

Looks like fun but would have to be inexpensive.

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