How to make a cute little toy with just $3,000 worth of filament

My first thought when I saw the toy story: “I’ve never seen a toy story like this!”

I’ve never read a toy book before.

My second thought: “Oh, boy.

That’s a great idea.

I’ll buy a few boxes.”

And so I did. 

The first box I bought was a box of 1.5 million filament. 

My second box was a 5.5 lb. package of 1,600,000 filament.

I spent $8,200 on the filament.

(That’s a good chunk of change.)

I was also going to have to pay for shipping, but luckily, that’s not an issue.

I ended up having enough filament to make five pieces of toys that are all of a kind.

One of them, a “Toy Story 3D”, was so cute I had to give it away for free.

I bought it because I love toys and I wanted to make something cute.

(I’m really glad I didn’t spend the money on a laser cutter, because I would have spent more money than I have.) 

The toy story that I am making for you today, Toy Story 2, is a part of a series that I wrote for the site in 2011.

It is one of my favorite toys ever.

I’ve been working on it since 2012, and it is the first Toy Story I’ve done.

I am going to call it the “Toy Stories” series.

The toy story has its own theme, a story, and a character.

(In addition to the characters, there are other characters I’ve written for the story that you can see in this video.) 

Here’s the toy:The first thing I did with my toy story was to make some sort of “art-like” toy.

My first idea was to print a piece of cardboard out of styrene and glue it to a piece the size of my fist. 

I tried it out with some cardboard, cardboard cutouts, and cardboard cut-outs cut out of a sheet of cardboard.

It all worked, but I still felt like it was a bit of a gimmick.

The first attempt, though, made me think: What if I made this into a real-life toy?

It would look like this. 

That’s why I made the second version of the toy.

I tried a variety of ways to print this toy, but none of them felt as cool as this:A cardboard box full of styre. 

You can see how much styrene was in it. 

It looks like a toy that is about the size and shape of a fist.

You can see it printed with a variety the colors of styrenes. 

This is how the cardboard was printed on a sheet. 

These were the cardboard boxes. 

(A more detailed version of this can be seen here .)

The first version of my toy took about three weeks.

The second took about two months.

(And that’s just the first time I made it.) 

(Image credit: Toys in Toyland, Toy Story 2) I got to keep the styrene, and I got to make the parts of the box that are printed on the cardboard, so it’s actually very cheap to print.

I printed the plastic, and then I printed some of the plastic parts of it.

Then I printed an extra plastic layer to hold the pieces together. 

Here is what that extra plastic looks like. 

A very basic prototype of the part that holds the plastic. 

An early prototype of what the plastic will look like.

I wanted to keep things as simple as possible.

I’m not going to go into detail about the design of the pieces in this toy story, but here’s what I’m thinking: Each piece has a color.

A color will show up on the toy when you open the box, so I just made a bunch of plastic squares to show you how the colors change. 

If you are like me, you probably have a lot of colored pieces.

(If not, you should probably start reading this book for tips on how to make colored toys.) 

Each piece has some sort the other color. 

To make this toy as appealing as possible, I printed all of the colors in a single sheet.

(For the most part, I don’t bother to color all of my pieces.) 

I made a couple of prints of the parts. 

On the bottom of the cardboard box, there is a strip of plastic.

That piece of plastic is the plastic that holds up the box. 

Below the box are two strips of plastic with the same color, but different colors. 

So if you open up the plastic in the box and look at the pieces, you’ll see that one color is the color of the other piece of the boxes.

This is how it looks like when you print a toy. 

What’s happening is the pieces are all being printed in the same place,