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Meet Tootee the happy bird.

This marionett is a unique design, made of laser-cut wood and hand-painted.

This cute bird has soft cotton legs, to give it wiggly and funny tumbling motion.
The fancy tail and wings are carefully made of soft colorful felt.

The bird has a simple wooden controller. A simple twist of the controller will make her walk or dance in a funny way.

The supporting strings are made of transparent fishing line and tied to the controller with laser-cut wooden rings. Pulling on each ring moves each foot separately.

One hand is all that is needed to work this marionette.
However, using two hands will allow you to show off Tootee’s large repertoire of tricks.

You can put on some music and this silly animal will join in a funny dance.
There are endless possibilities for creative dancing and walking this uniquely-designed chicken.
Use her to put on a dance show since he can move as fast as you like. Or if you prefer, just lay her to rest on her wall hanger, creating a unique wall hanging (and avoiding tangling).

Each marionette is provided with a FREE wood wall hanger.
The chicken is 34 cm (14 inches) high from feet to top of head
The chicken is 52 cm (21 inches) high hanging with controller.

Gift Idea for Boys and Girls, Wooden Toy, Bird Marionette, Puppet, Room Decoration,

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton, cotton ribon, felt, wood, laser engraved wood, laser cut wood, acrylic paint, strings
  • Ships worldwide from Israel
  • Feedback: 22 reviews
  • Favorited by: 877 people