Upgraded Childhood of the Day: While we patiently await the commercial availability of the device that turns drawings into toys, Child’s Own Studio has taken matters into its own hands — literally — designing stuffed animals from crudely-drawn illustrations sent in by children.
Cost depends on how labor-intensive the doll is, and is provided on a case by case basis. Each toy takes approximately 2-to-4 weeks to produce, but can be rushed if you absolutely must have it yesterday.
A sudden surge in traffic has the company’s site down for the count, but, mercifully, their Flickr photostream is still online.
There is one important thing the Child’s Own Studio FAQ page neglected to answer: What does Maddox think about all this?
Thinking things into being. Ha! This is such a great idea.