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Page history last edited by johanna janhonen 8 years, 11 months ago

Miniature Kinders and other Kinder projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas

 

Kinder is a trademark for chocolate made in Germany. Their most famous product is surprise eggs. Some of the surprises can be used in mini projects - e.g. metallic statues, wooden toys and plastic houses. Repainting and redoing them does wonders.

 

So many Kinders for me :D   


 

 

 

Links to miniature projects

G=Guter Geschmack?! Toy tuesday & thursday 2010
The Sugar Haul (11/52)
leluhylly

Sauerkraut mit Bratwurst?

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Kinder egg with surprise! - by Maria

 

Research/ Inspiration

  • These items are hard to get now because of new laws prohibiting small items in toys due to safety concerns.

 

Tips/Hints

 

Instructions for miniatures

 

Links

 

Videos

 

Miniature printables

 

Wallpapers

 

Other Printies

 

Blogs

 

Groups

 

Supplies for sale

 

Miniatures for sale

 

Books

 

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Comments (5)

Püppilottchen said

at 5:48 pm on Apr 1, 2010

Dear, Johanntii - Sorry, but kinder is a german trademark :) kinder is the german word for children und so the chocolate is namend children chocolate. Also the magic surprise eggs are german!! Funny you wrote this thread here, because i often use kinder stuff for my Lundby houses and thought about writing a post about all the tiny treasure. I also posted a picture at flickr today with some Lundby dolls and 2 brass figures from surprise eggs :D - i´ll put it into the minitreasure group and maybe you like to use it here?

Hugs, Nicola

johanna janhonen said

at 5:54 pm on Apr 1, 2010

Thanks for the correction - please add a link to your blog post too :)

Püppilottchen said

at 5:57 pm on Apr 1, 2010

You are welcome :) If i´m ready with the post i´ll make the link, thank you!!

Happy Easter, Nicola

Mary Ciccolella said

at 7:10 pm on Apr 1, 2010

Dear Johanna, the trademark may be German, but I can understand the confusion. I grew up in an Italian neighborhood (being Italian, of course!) and at Easter all the chocolate eggs had small toys in them. The Italians are crazy about it and it is very popular there and, of course, remember getting them as a child (that was a long, long time ago).Unfortunately, these items are hard to get anymore because of new laws prohibiting small items in toys due to safety concerns... Mary Ciccolella

Püppilottchen said

at 7:35 pm on Apr 1, 2010

Dear Mary, I guess the idea was maybe an italian idea ;D and a smart german took it and made something special and magic with it... and because small items in toys due to safety concerns, they put a very loooooong paper into the small egg saying: not for children under 3 years because small parts could be swallowed, written in each language you can imagine!

We still have them here in germany and will sure have some of these in our easter nests :D

Happy (magic-) Easter, Nicola

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