Kahlo Cut-and-Make Puppet

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It’s hard not to recognize a Frida Kahlo painting as her portraits and self-portraits are so popular around the world it has been described as “Fridamania”.

That mania is for good reason! Her willingness to expose her personal pain via her paintings lead her to be, if not during her day but certainly now, one of the most important painters from the 20th Century 

The iconic Frida Kahlo comes to life with this cardstock cut-and-make paper doll that’s able to articulate her head, arms, and legs in life-like way. 
Measures 12.5” tall once put together with the included small brass split pin.
Add some string to hang on the wall or use a magnet to place on the refrigerator.
Learn more about Frida Kahlo through this video Frida Kahlo’s “The Two Fridas”: Great Art Explained 
Made in Hastings, United Kingdom

About the Illustrator

-Designed and produced by illustrator Louise Burgess who creates cut-and-assemble paper dolls that tap into the imagination of the inner child.

- Her company name “Wini-Tapp” honors Loiuise’s grandmother, a classy artistic lady who played the accordion, loved pug dogs and lashings of red lipstick.