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HP’s INKmaginary Toys brings fun and creativity for parents and children

By Ken Wong - on 9 Nov 2022, 5:22pm

HP’s INKmaginary Toys brings fun and creativity for parents and children

INKmaginary is designed for parents and kids to have fun together. Image source: HP..

HP partnered with Singapore artist Jeffrey Kong to create INKmaginary Toys. Made from printed paper, it’s designed for parents and kids to re-imagine and enjoy learning at home.

With 15 INKmaginary Toys designs accessible via the HP Printables website, parents and children can experiment with imaginative storytelling at home and re-discover an interactive, hands-on approach to education and play.

Creating these free builds at home is simple – all you need is to print whichever INKmaginary designs you like, then cut fold, paste, and punch accordingly on bricks of your choice.

Along with the launch of INKmaginary Toys, HP is also promoting their Instant Ink program launched early this year. For a limited time until January 31, 2023, HP is offering an additional S$10 e-voucher upon purchase of an eligible printer and sign up for Instant Ink with valid payment details.

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