Munny D.I.Y. Vinyl Art Figure

The world`s greatest do-it-yourself toy just got shrunk! The geniuses at the Kidrobot labs have managed to squeeze MUNNY`s endless world of possibilities into a miniature, 4-inch frame. Paint, draw, or scribble; pierce, pose or clothe. Available in pink, blue and white, each mini MUNNY includes a mystery accessory, a sticker and a mini marker.

The world`s greatest do-it-yourself toy just got shrunk!

The geniuses at the Kidrobot labs have managed to squeeze MUNNY`s endless world of possibilities into a miniature, 4-inch frame. Paint, draw, or scribble; pierce, pose or clothe.

Available in pink, blue and white, each mini MUNNY includes a mystery accessory, a sticker and a mini marker.

Product Features

  • Soft vinyl toys, matte white are meant to be customized with paints, markers, sculpts, etc or left alone for display
  • Comes packaged with one 4″ vinyl toy (pictured on the outside of the box), a mystery accessory, “Hello My Name Is” card, practice sticker and a marker
  • Arms articulate at the shoulder joint and head has full 360-degree rotation, head and arms are removable and figure is easily reassembled
  • Recommended for all ages 3 years and above
  • Diy toys are for “do-it-yourself” projects – but have fun with friends, have a munny party or a custom munny show




Comments

Reviews

Glowia says:

Very Fun! I bought several of these, as gifts for a cousin, and for my younger siblings. Not gonna lie these are fun. You can essentially do whatever you want to make it your own. We bought clay, paint, and markers and had a blast. The glow in the dark one was also very cool.These kept me and my siblings busy for a few hours, and we truly enjoyed the time it took.I wasn’t a fan of the markers they came with though. After drawing on an area (even after it clearly had a few weeks to dry) if you touched the markered area it would get on your fingers, and then ended up back on the Munny where you wanted it to stay white, and then it stained the Munny.My point is buy the Munny, and some paint or any other supplies but DON’T use the provided markers.

Nadyne Richmond says:

so much fun! I ran a two-day event for user experience people, mostly interaction designers, for my company. About 60 people attended. Everyone was given a Munny. I also picked up a few boxes of assorted colors of Sharpies and scattered them around. I have to admit that I wasn’t sure if it would work.But it was a hit. Halfway through the first day, I saw that a few of the more enterprising people had already done a lot. Seeing their creations in progress spurred others to work on them. The only people who didn’t decorate their Munny were the ones who took them home for their kids. And there were some truly awesome creations. At the end of the event, we took two group photos: one of us, and one of our Munnys. It was great!

Stevie Muncy says:

New addiction I love the Munny collection. I spend a great deal of my free time customizing these little guys. So far I’ve only done three but there will be many more done. The only down fall is I find that the plastic doesn’t care for acrylic paint very well but with enough effort and proper prepping it works. I’ve purchased The Wolverine, Foomi (He became an ice creature. Paint pilled to give texture to the snow), and a standard Munny(I made him a plant creature-inspired by Groot) and each one presented a new creative challenge.

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