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The tutorials are very detailed and lengthy. I break them down into steps. Most tutorials are divided into around 8 short, easy-to-watch videos.
I provide the list of materials and I link to where they can be purchased online.
For every tutorial, I provide a list of materials and I link to where each item can be purchased online in the USA.
Even if you live in a different country, it will be helpful for you to click on the links so that you can get a good look at each item, and you'll know what to look for when you are shopping from either a local store or online store where you live.
Check out this page and use the "Filter by Main Material" to get an idea of which materials are most commonly used in Toymaking Magic tutorials.
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My tutorials are very in-depth and lengthy so that even beginners can confidently craft along!
I always choose projects that can be made by anyone, regardless of your skill level.
I can't wait to help you gain confidence adding new skills to your repertoire!
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When you subscribe to Toymaking Magic PREMIUM membership you get instant access to ALL of my video tutorials for Waldorf-inspired toys.
One new tutorial is added monthly.
There are tutorials for:
- Wet Felting
- Needle Felting
You can browse through them all HERE
When you subscribe to Toymaking Magic BASIC membership you get instant access to a selection of 30+ of my video tutorials for Waldorf-inspired toys.
No new tutorials are added.
You can upgrade to Premium at any time and downgrade back to Basic at any time.
You can browse the tutorials included in Basic HERE
There is no obligation to stick around. You may cancel your subscription at any time, even immediately after you join to avoid a second payment. You will still have access for 30 days.
Yearly memberships are available as well.
If I were to sell my tutorials individually, they would be priced around $25-$45 each.
And then you would STILL have to buy your supplies after that, which would make toy-making very expensive and discouraging to most families.
With the monthly membership, you pay to watch, not to own. Think of it as Netflix for toy tutorials.
Toymaking Magic tutorials are lengthy and detailed - a lot like a class, so if you consider what you would spend to attend an in-person crafting class, the cost is a total bargain.
My hope is that you find it to be a resource that you value subscribing to, even if you don't have time to take full advantage of it each month.
This is hard to answer, as it varies greatly between toys. Some toys can be made in a few hours, while some will take several days.